A series of attacks has rocked the Belgian capital. In sympathy, Euromaxx broadcasts a hymn to Brussels – with music by the famous Belgian singer Jacques Brel.
The Atomium in Brussels is nine interconnected spheres intended to symbolize the peaceful use of nuclear energy. Built for the Expo 1958 world’s fair, it's now the Belgian capital's most popular landmark.
Weird and wonderful traffic signs or steps that lead into a wall. These curiosities in the Belgian capital Brussels have been captured by photographer David Helbich in a blog and book called "Belgian Solutions."
At the top of this year’s World Happiness Report is Norway. What is its secret? Plus: a visit to the Atomium in Brussels, one of Europe’s 10 most popular landmarks. And star photographer Juergen Teller in Berlin
Netflix has won the rights to produce a movie about the 2011 terror attack in Norway, carried out by Anders Behring Breivik, which claimed 77 lives. "Bourne" director Paul Greengrass will take up the project.
Big data is being used in political campaigning like never before. But for better or for worse? Mathematician Cathy O'Neil spoke to DW about how algorithms can be used as weapons that undermine democracy.
Renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel has been a vocal critic of Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Now the government has retaliated by canceling his planned US tour with Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra.
Unusual galleries and bars are attracting more and more tourists to the Hungarian capital's Jewish quarter. Unlike Hungary's prime minister, the alternative art scene does not approve of closed borders.
Star oboist Albrecht Mayer is Sarah Willis's guest on this episode explaining and celebrating the oboe – the 'Instrument of the Year 2017'!
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