Photo artists Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda are brightening up Instagram. Plus: an art historian who's devoted a book to the German sausage. And: the chequered history Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate.
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Jewish artists living in Berlin express their views on recent anti-Semitic incidents in Germany
A court in Copenhagen has sentenced the Danish inventor Peter Madsen to life in prison for killing the journalist Kim Wall. Madsen says he will appeal against the conviction. The murder is one of the most mysterious and macabre cases Denmark has ever seen.
Eric Bensaïd had a house built that’s already full of stories. The interior’s retro-look comes from a colorful fusion of designer furniture and recycled materials. And the view of the Mediterranean is unbeatable.
S. Africa’s unions brought most of the country to a standstill on Wednesday. They called a general strike to protest against the proposed national minimum wage of $1.60 per hour and changes to the labour law.
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What do sausages have to do with art? And what does art have to do with sausages? A new book by Wolfger Pöhlmann traces the cultural history of the German wurst. He traveled all over Germany for his research.
Anna Devís and Daniel Rueda play with perspectives, patterns and shapes in their colorful photos. The two artists integrate themselves into their surroundings to form larger compositions. Their Instagram fans love it.
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Women across Poland have been protesting a planned tightening of the restrictive abortion law. Women's power has become a force to be reckoned with in politics in the country.
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was in France to mark a special centenary. Other services took place across the world, including in Australia, New Zealand, Turkey and the UK.
What's changed in the textile industry five years after the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh ? --- Women in Poland take to the streets to protest planned tightening the country’s restrictive abortion law
Five years ago the Rana Plaza complex in Bangladesh collapsed, killing more than 1100 textile workers. This disaster laid bare the shady dealings within the industry, but what has changed since then?
Varicose veins can cause serious problems such as thromboses. In Good Shape discusses risk factors, preventative measures and treatment options with a vascular surgeon. Also on the show: Helping the visually impaired with everyday life, and exercise addiction.
Followers of various religions wear special head coverings to express their faith and show humility and dignity. Yarmulkes, mitras, veils and turbans are made of a great variety of materials.
Small changes to their environment can help people with very poor vision cope with everyday life. Introducing strong color contrasts in the home, for example. Self-help groups can be a welcome support for the visually impaired and their families.
Regular exercise is good for you. It can help prevent excessive weight gain, diabetes and high blood pressure. But some people find they obsess about the exercise or sport they pursue and overdo it. That can be bad for the body and the psyche.
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