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In this edition: Scorpions play live in Paris, the sculptures of Portuguese artist David Oliveira and "Verde 25," a green, residential complex in the center of Turin, Italy. Go to video
One of Euromaxx's most popular reports was about a fully operational miniature airport in Hamburg. The set's detail gives the viewer an astounding bird's eye view of the action at this busy hub. Go to video
The Italian architect Luciano Pia turned a dream of co-existing with nature into reality in Turin, Italy. Euromaxx visits his project "Verde 25," 63 apartments where residents are surrounded by the tranquility of trees in middle of an urban setting.
Portuguese sculptor David Oliveira makes portraits of people and animals, but uses wire to create his sculptures. His creations then seem to hang in the air, creating an optical illusion.
The German band Scorpions is one of the first to take to the stage in Paris since the November 13th terrorist attacks. The members performed out of solidarity with France and their loyal French fans.
Playing Paris is always special for the Scorpions. In 1984, they inaugurated the concert hall in Bercy. In the wake of the recent terrorist attacks, Tuesday's concert signaled one thing in particular: solidarity with the band's fans in France.
The United Nations marks its International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women. Rising crime against women are a particularly worrying problem in India – where a brutal gangrape in Delhi three years ago made international headlines.
Kurdish forces recently secured a key victory against 'Islamic State' when they recaptured the Iraqi town of Sinjar. Now footage shows that the 'IS' militants had built a network of tunnels deep under the town. The tunnels were used as living facilities.
Germany has announced it will deploy 650 soldiers to Mali. Berlin says the troops will help the UN peacekeeping mission there and ease the pressure on French forces. The decision came after a highly emotional session in the Bundestag.
Russia has accused Turkey of a 'planned provocation' over the downing of a warplane on the Syrian border. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russia does not plan to go to war with Turkey, but would re-evaluate ties between the two countries.
The city of Dusseldorf is putting up pre-fab housing to accomodate 1,800 refugees. Many have been living in tents up to now. Families get their own showers and kitchen areas, but the new modular housing is only a short-term solution.
Ahead of the global climate talks in Paris, the World Bank is putting forward a plan worth 16 billion dollars over the coming years to help Africa cope with a changing climate - an urgent mission as soaring temparatures threaten to push up to 43 million more Africans into poverty by 2030.
An exhibition in Berlin shows the long process which led the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude to wrap the Reichstag in Berlin 20 years ago. They fought to get the legendary project approved over a period of 23 years.
After Turkey shot down a Russian war plane, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said the incident could result in cancelling important joint projects. DW examines what's economically at stake in the dispute.
Greece Refugee Crisis Some 590,000 refugees attempting the dangerous Mediterranean crossing have arrived in Greece this year. But the country has lots of economic problems and is in no position to take in a large number of refugees. Most want to travel on to other European countries quickly. Yet it's a huge logistic challenge to register and the refugees and give them temporary shelter.
Eliminating ciolence against women: commemorating couragous activists - Teaching Indian boys to respect women in a Pune Slum - Coping with the refugee crisis in Greece