When it comes to billion-euro projects, planning is key, says Klaus Grewe. The independent project manager has helped launch megaprojects like London’s 2012 Olympics and Berlin’s Central Rail Station. Now he’s advising Mexico City’s airport project.
As a big exporter of goods, Germany is dependent on efficient infrastructure. Therefore, it's little surprise that China's new Silk Road project is also seen as important in Berlin. But too many questions remain open.
As voters cast their ballots, British press have used scare tactics to swing the public mood. While ideological divides are deep, voter turnout may be the biggest challenge. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Two days days before the UK general election, pollsters are still predicting a comfortable win for the Conservatives. However, Labour has managed to close the gap. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Twelve of a group of 100 white rhinos have left South Africa on a plane to Botswana to protect them from poachers. A spokesman for the Rhinos Without Borders group said the animals coped well with their 15-hour trip.
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