Online journals: are political blogs losing their clout? Online models: in China, the internet has spawned a new profession. And on Exit: a musical ode to Tel Aviv.
In his video, Israeli artist Ophir Kutiel, alias Kutiman, pays tribute to the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv. He mixed the soundtrack from snippets of instruments typical for the city on the Mediterranean.
An estimated 400 million Chinese shop online. That's given rise to a whole new profession: the online model.
Internet firms Baidu and Weibo are censoring a widely-used disparaging nickname for the North Korean leader, poking fun at his girth, reports suggest. The censorship comes as China reiterates its "internet sovereignty."
KINO Favorites - Our pick of the best German sci-fi films include movies from Roland Emmerich and Tom Tykwer. Dystopian visions, futuristic fairytales and, hands down, the coolest sci-fi dance scene in movie history.
The French political satire magazine "Charlie Hebdo" is releasing its first edition in Germany on Thursday. Former "Titanic" editor-in-chief Martin Sonneborn predicts it won't go over well.
70 years old, and still going strong. "Panic Rocker" Udo Lindenberg has played the biggest concerts of his career this year. More than 300,000 fans bought tickets for his latest tour. Now, there's a new live album.
Bare bottoms, piles of pennies, chastity belts and choo-choo trains are among the artworks by the four artists nominated for Britain's prestigious Turner Prize, to be revealed on Monday.
A software expert is to warn German MPs about the threat of false news ahead of next year's election. Chancellor Angela Merkel is concerned the use of so-called social bots could harm her chances of a fourth term.
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