A once splendid, now deteriorating church – and a young priest with a great idea: to brew a beer to preserve the church and keep the congregation together.
Revolution, Spanish flu and refugees: the situation in Belgium at the end of World War I was chaotic. An exhibition at the BELvue Museum tells the story of that confusing time. Bernd Riegert reports.
The UNESCO World Heritage city of Bruges is known for making visitors redefine their concepts of romance and tranquility. DW's Eesha Kheny took a trip to northwestern Belgium to experience this magic in person.
International reactions to Felix Tshisekedi's victory in DR Congo's election are marked by a lack of congratulations as runner-up Martin Fayulu says he is the real winner with 61 percent of the vote.
Stripped of prejudices: this is how the Romanian photographer Tiberiu Capudean hopes that people will see the men featured in his new photo series. "Naked" shows 200 nude gay men, in a quest to tackle homophobia.
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