In today’s episode reporter Mischa Heuer is in London to meet British fashion designer Guy Hills. He founded his fashion label Dashing Tweed in 2010 and it soon became an established name in the British capital.
Health is wealth, they say. But sometimes health pursuits benefit both the patient and the doctor's fortunes. Once such case is Hungary's burgeoning wellness industry and a small but growing niche for foreign patients.
In an open letter, top musicians have warned of a "cultural jail" if the UK leaves the European Union. Dog owners also turned out in London and Glasgow to make their voices heard for a "Wooferendum" against Brexit.
At only 16, Nigerian-American Zuriel Oduwole has already met 28 presidents, is the youngest filmmaker in the world, and a passionate activist for educating African girls. She tells DW what drives her.
Berlin, Paris and London jointly urged an investigation into the fate of Jamal Khashoggi and demanded that those responsible "are held to account." Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia warned it would retaliate against any sanctions.
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