Adam Gusowski and Piotr Mordel founded the ironically-named "Club der polnischen Versager" - the "Club of Polish Losers" - in Berlin. Far from being a losing proposition, it’s a popular venue for theater and cultural events.
In the early 1800s, a British ambassador took sculptures from the Parthenon back to England. Greece has demanded their return ever since. With Brexit, Greece might finally have the upper hand in the 200-year-old spat.
Borussia Dortmund will lose one of their best players from last season, but after just two league games the club is top of the Bundesliga table. There are many reasons why, but Nuri Sahin might be the most important.
A performance of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in New York City has opened a new chapter in an ongoing debate in the US about the limits of art and satire in a time of political division.
A true icon of pacifism and class struggle as well as one of the most recognized German artists of the 20th century, Käthe Kollwitz was born 150 years ago. DW takes a look at her life and art.
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