Great idea! A soccer match ends the Middle East conflict. The loser has to leave the country. Director Eyal Halfon has made a biting satire about the never-ending conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.
The president of the German football association Reinhard Grindel says politicians must find a solution to the diplomatic crisis in Qatar. But he feels soccer can provide a social impulse there and in Russia.
What would happen if Israel and the Palestinian Terrorities solved their decades-old conflict with a winner-takes-all soccer game? A new Israeli-German film poses this absurd question - with entertaining results.
High risk: Hong Kong’s artists fight for more democracy. Also: soccer as a force for peace in the Middle East conflict; a wrathful novel about immigration; and the roving European biennial Manifesta hits Zurich.
Thirty years after its release, "Dirty Dancing" about a teen summer romance is as popular as ever, with a recent TV remake and sold-out musicals around the world. Here are 10 things you didn't know about the film.
Holocaust historian Eberhard Jäckel, known for his award-winning publications aimed at understanding Hitler's worldview as a means of making sense of the war, has died at the age of 88.
From Marlene Dietrich in the 1920s to the influence of The Beatles and the rise and fall of Nena's Neue Deutsche Welle, German pop has changed a lot in the past 90 years. A Frankfurt exhibition takes a closer look.
How long can we live in luxury? Ruhrtriennale arts festival director Johan Simons is driven by questions of globalization and inquality in an event that offers visions for the future.
In Catalan, Spanish and English, responses flooded social networks in the aftermath of the Catalan attacks. Voices from music, arts, and culture expressed condolences and sympathy, often through touching images.
The Barcelona terror attack seemed to deliberately target tourists. The Catalan city offers a wealth of cultural attractions. Here are some of the sites that draw millions of visitors to the city each year.
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