One in three people snore in their sleep. What causes these sounds, which can reach decibel levels matching those of city streets? And how does a doctor recognize whether snoring is making someone ill?
The orange harvest draws migrant workers to southern Italy in the wintertime. Once there, the squalid living and working conditions make most of them sick, reports Sara Manisera from Rosarno.
Europe's capitals are full of variety and Berlin is no exception. When it comes to football however, Germany's capital lies in the shadows. The reasons why are vast and intriguing, as DW's Jonathan Harding explains.
As first rounds go, this weekend was a good one, which bodes well for the 2015-16 season. There were some big results and a few awful performances, which gives DW's Alex Chaffer much to talk about.
Austria has begun housing refugees in tents. The government says it's a last resort to deal with the greater influx of people seeking refuge. Alison Langley reports from a tent city in Linz.
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