A 2015 book by the nobel prize winner called A Strangeness in My Mind shows Istanbul's speedy development. It is a melancholic and partly autobiographical look at the author's home city.
The "one-armed" warlord suspected of organizing the airport attack that left 46 people dead "blew himself up," according to Georgian officials. The Chechen militant was considered a key extremist recruiter in Europe.
The Uzbek national has confessed to firing indiscriminately at a crowd of revelers at a famous nightclub in Istanbul. He claimed a Russian operative of the "Islamic State" militant group ordered him to commit the attack.
International artists have called for the release of the German-Turkish journalist and publisher who on Sunday will have been held for 300 days without charge. He was moved from solitary detention a few days ago.
Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water" leads Golden Globes nominations with seven nods. Germany is well represented with Fatih Akin and Hans Zimmer among nominees.
The renowned novelist, screenwriter and essayist has long courted both critical acclaim and ill-fame in equal parts. As Austrian man of letters Peter Handke reaches another milestone, his legacy remains an open book.
A young woman tells fascinating tales of faraway mythical places. Her life depends on it. This hour, the fairy tale of Arabian Nights translated into music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
From the Erzgebirge mountains to Germany’s Berchtesgaden region and up to the Zugspitze. Check out ski runs, take a cross-country ski course, and spend a night in an igloo atop Germany’s highest mountain.
Berlin, Berlin! Germany's capital is full of music and many episodes of Sarah's Music have been filmed here. Sarah Willis shares some of her favorite Berlin episodes so far.
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