Our studio guest is Professor Helmut Schwarz, head of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. We ask him why Humboldt fellowships are so popular with scientists.
Pakistan's ruling Muslim League party has failed to win the chairmanship of the Senate. Analyst Nadeem Akhtar tells DW that despite the loss, ousted PM Sharif's party would continue with its anti-establishment politics.
Increasingly popular, "golden visas" offer virtually scrutiny-free EU citizenship for rich outsiders. Critics say EU governments are ignoring the risks to collect quick cash. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels.
Geoscientists used to think volcanic hotspots were stationary. It helped us understand how tectonic plates - and continents - moved and where earthquakes lay. Now, evidence says they aren't stationary. Time to reassess?
With its interesting skyline and hip atmosphere, the second largest city in The Netherlands is gaining in popularity as a travel destination. DW’s Eesha Kheny found out why Rotterdam is a great place for a city break.
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