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.
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
Cities across Europe are reeling from deadly terrorist attacks. While they're relatively new in Europe, terror attacks have long been a reality in cities in Asia or Africa. How can cities be made safer?
From Thomas Mann's controversial novel to a satirical book about Adolf Hitler: DW's Kino team picked its seven favorite film adaptations of German works of literature.
From the floor of the Frankfurt stock exchange to the concert hall of the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie — hundreds of thousands of Germans read aloud or listened to children's books to help develop a lifelong love of reading.
AC/DC's co-founder Malcolm Young has died at the age of 64. A look back at the legendary band's career.
Formerly a noble residence, today a university - the Electoral Palace in Bonn.
Sarah Willis gets an exclusive look behind the scenes at the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv during the preparations for a performance of Gounod´s “Faust” and meets Israeli musicians Na´ama Goldman and Dan Ettinger.
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