The latest installment of our series about the EU's capitals takes us to Warsaw, where Euromaxx reporter Mischa Heuer meets Adam Jaworski, alias top DJ Adamus.
The superstar Swedish DJ's shocking death at age 28 was mourned by fans and musicians around the world. Avicii's family has said the musician "really struggled with thoughts about meaning, life, happiness."
Set against EU chastisement of Warsaw and volatility in global share prices, the Polish economy and stock market remain oases of calm confidence. DW asked the new head of the Warsaw bourse, Marek Dietl, if it can last.
Bayern Munich survived a scare at home to Hoffenheim, while Frankfurt, Leverkusen and Schalke kept pace in the race for Europe as Dortmund and Leipzig dropped points. Elsewhere, Augsburg held Cologne to a draw.
They regularly top the international charts and headline dance festival line-ups around the world. Why are German DJs in such demand worldwide?
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