Andreas Erhard owns three watchtowers originally erected along the Iron Curtain by the East German army. He also invested extra money in cleaning them up. He sees the towers as living history, and has opened them up to the public.
The 5000-year-old artifacts were seized by police from a now-defunct London dealer in 2003. After 15-years, experts established that the collection was looted from Iraq after the fall of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
A German court has sentenced Long N.H. to four years in prison for helping Vietnam's secret service abduct a former executive in Berlin. Ex-oil boss Trinh Xuan Thanh has since been sentenced to two life terms in Hanoi.
At Russia's military summer camps, children are trading city comforts for Kalashnikovs and camouflage. In a country where patriotism and nationalism are on the rise, DW found out why kids want to try out military life.
In an exclusive interview, the NATO chief says that Moscow is investing heavily in modern warfare, which "lowers the threshold for Russia's use of nuclear weapons." He also gives his views on Trump and the Alliance.
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