Two Australian surfers are on a mission to stop plastic pollution in the ocean. They've developed a floating trash can that filters and collects garbage that has made its way into the sea.
Take a walk in a Berlin park or woodland right now and you'll be met with the familiar, overpowering fragrance of wild garlic. Did you know you can eat it too?
During meetings with EU leaders, US President Donald Trump threatened to curb the sale of millions of German cars in the US. In comments leaked to German press he said Germany was acting in a bad way.
A regional court has called into question a new system created to pump fresh life into Italy's flagging museum network. The scheme has been credited with reviving visitor numbers and revenue across the country.
Grape rot fungus has taken a devastating toll on France's wine-producing regions. A natural pesticide being tested in Bordeaux may be just the ticket to restore the country's grape-growing glory.
Why Germany's cheap food prices may need a rethink, French farmers look to natural pesticides to boost dwindling wine production, and Norway steps up climate protection of its "doomsday" seed vault.
Greek former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has been injured after an explosive device went off in his car, media say.
NATO members are hoping to appease US President Donald Trump with firmer plans to increase national defense spending.
This week: A grieving Manchester pulls together following Monday's suicide bomb attack. Noisy protestors greet Donald Trump in Brussels; a mass trial of alleged coup plotters opens in Turkey. And two cultures on one stage in Vienna. Also, containing the migrant housing crisis in Berlin; is Albania making progress on stamping out corruption? And putting the brakes on diesel cars in Madrid.
An Australian Indigenous Children’s Choir has just wrapped up a European tour with performances in Germany, Slovenia and Austria. For many of the young singers from Australia’s tropical north, it was their first trip away from home- And as Kerry Skyring reports from Vienna, a chance to put cultural exchange on the stage.
The new French president will host Vladimir Putin next Monday, for a first meeting since he pledged to deal firmly with Russia. Despite rifts over Syria, Ukraine and cyber attacks, experts predict interesting talks.
US President Donald Trump was in Brussels on Thursday to attend his first meeting of NATO, the alliance he once threatened to abandon. NATO polished the choreography for a picture-perfect meeting between President Trump and his European allies. But as Teri Schultz reports, activists took to the streets of Brussels to make clear they were not rolling out a welcome mat.
In Turkey, more than 220 suspects went on trial on Monday accused of plotting last year's July coup attempt. They include the former chief of the air force and dozens of senior military officers. The trial is taking place at a courthouse on the outskirts of Ankara that was constructed especially to try coup suspects.DW's Turkey correspondent, Dorian Jones talked to Helen Seeney.
British police and security forces are continuing to map the network they suspect supported Salman Abedi in his suicide terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday. Meanwhile, the city itself is trying to move on. It's traditionally been a diverse community priding itself on tolerance and inclusion. So how will an attack, attributed to radical Islam, affect this northern UK city?
Albania has a poor reputation when it comes to corruption. A culture of bribery and payoffs permeates all levels of society and government. But the country has aspirations to join the European Union, so a massive anti-corruption cleanup is underway. Nathan Morley has been to the capital Tirana to find out more.
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We were here! Take a picture and share it on Instagram. Some 80 million photos are posted daily to the network worldwide. Here are the sights that have proven most popular among users.
The motto of this year's Venice Biennale is "Viva Arte Viva." Curator Christine Macel invites visitors to celebrate freedom of art and explore the dream worlds of artists.
It's time for France's new president to start packing his bags to move to the Elysee Palace. DW takes a look at the luxurious address where Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte will be living.
The Polish capital is a place of contrasts. Through the ages kings, conquerors and dictators have all left their mark on Warsaw, but so too have freedom fighters and artists.
The sea, the sky and the golden sands in between. Secluded coves, hidden beaches, and gorgeous little towns. The Côte d'Azur or French Riviera has all you need for a perfect vacation.
For the last six weeks, French artist Guillaume Bottazzi has been creating a vast mural in honor of the victims of the Brussels terror attacks.
Cycling holidays are inexpensive, ecological and popular. And an extensive network of bike paths criss-crosses Europe. Have a look at the routes most popular with Germans.
Across Europe, modern concert halls are no longer relying on spectacular performances alone. The architecture of the venue itself is designed to signal: this is where music is being played!
Fans of amusement parks have a smorgasbord to choose from in Europe. Here are ten tips for parks that deserve a place at the very top of anyone's list.
Stroll through the French capital and see just enough sights to leave yourself time to enjoy the French way of life: ten suggestions for an journey of discovery through the city on the Seine.
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