Apprehension about travel could be felt globally following Tuesday's attacks in Brussels. Numerous airlines either canceled or diverted their flights to and from the Belgian capital.
On Friday, a cruise ship carrying around 3,000 passengers will dock at St. John's harbour in the Caribbean island of Antigua. It will not be where the passengers expected to land when they booked, however.
This weekend, yet another anti-tourism demonstration will take place in the city of Palma de Majorca. How much tourism is too much? DW talked to Torsten Kirstges, an expert on tourism, to learn more.
Heinrich Böll was a critical voice in the young West Germany, and often met with hostility. To compensate, he flew every summer to a rugged country on the edge of Europe - between moorland and the sea.
"Islamic State" has claimed responsibility for a knife attack in Brussels on Friday. A man armed with a machete was shot dead after attacking soldiers in the Belgian capital.
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