What looks like an idyllic rural setting is in fact akin to hell on earth. Award-winning German author Juli Zeh writes about the egotism of our time in a book that has once again received rave Reviews.
"The writer from a country without bookshops" is a portrait of exiled poet Juan Tomas Avila Laurel, highlighting the long, brutal rule over his homeland, Equatorial Guinea.
How can the world become more socially just? Indian scholar and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen was awarded the German Book Trade's annual peace prize for his work combating social inequality.
The celebrated performer talks about a struggling classical music industry, and makes a plea to politicians to better support musicians during the ongoing pandemic.
Carl Krone tamed wild lions and taught elephants how to ride a bicycle. His name and legacy continue to define Europe's largest circus — which is finding innovative ways to survive a pandemic.
If you want to take pictures with your smartphone and quickly share beautiful results, you need effective image editing tools. DW Digital tests the most popular apps. This week: “Darkroom".
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