Scotland has been part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1707.
But in recent years the Scottish independence movement gained momentum, despite more autonomy gained through devolution. This page gives you all DW content referring to Scotland - in a chronological order.
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city where asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants are assimilating into their new communities with help from a local charity. Maggie Lennon set up The Bridges Programmes in 2005 to support people and their families with integration. More than 10 years later, her support network is in demand more than ever. She told Keith Walker more.
On today's programme: Catalonian separatists and Spanish justice – French women rally against sexual harassment – Blaming the victim in Italy? – German police lack new recruits – Estonia and e-Residency – High tech drone fights bird poachers in Cyprus - Scottish bagpipes blast their way back into fashion
Israel is known as 'the land of milk and honey'... well, now you can add whiskey to that list! A small team of distillers crowdfunded the launch of their own single-malt. And there couldn't be a better time: global whiskey sales are growing 5 percent a year. It's part of a growing trend of new craft distilleries outside the traditional homelands of Scotland and Ireland.