Raj Prasad from Siliguri wants to know: What are light-emitting diodes?
The German capital's art scene includes installations far from state museums that evoke local history — for a limited time only. DW columnist Gero Schliess stumbles across two and is impressed by the stories they tell.
Germany's Constitutional Court has strengthened the rights of parliamentarians to obtain information from the federal government. In a landmark decision, the tribunal has ruled questions should be answered in public.
A Volkswagen employee has been convicted in the US for his role in the emissions-cheating scandal. But DW's Andreas Becker asks whether former VW CEO Martin Winterkorn may one day land in court, too.
Leonardo da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" is being auctioned in New York. The work sold for $60 in 1958; it's worth an estimated $100 million today. But did the old master really paint it?
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