We visit this city in the south of France which is putting on its Urban Art Festival. Many of the events focus on specific features of urban cultures like street art, skateboarding, hip-hop and surfing.
From empty city centers to shut businesses, this spring's coronavirus lockdowns are seared in the memories of many Europeans. Governments on the continent are desperate to avoid imposing such drastic measures again.
The Black Lives Matter movement and migration are helping to fuel the debate about Europe’s colonial past. To what extent does colonialism still shape European society? What questions should we be asking ourselves?
Berlin boasts that it's the cultural capital of the world. But DW's Gero Schliess writes that the German capital isn't showing enough vision and ambition during the pandemic to make it in a post-coronavirus world.
After weeks of protest surrounding the disputed August election, the inauguration was unexpectedly brought forward. But civilians in the capital reacted angrily to the development, taking to the streets once more.
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