It's thought officials in Pyongyang have begun limiting the number of visitors to the capital, as it struggles to provide enough facilities.
Facebook expected to launch cryptocurrency - Chinese tourists flocking to North Korea - Life is no bowl of cherries for US fruit exporters
Russia in the middle of Baden-Baden: Our drone shows you the Russian Church with its impressive golden dome.
Our drone today flies you to Germany's largest opera house.
Rwanda aims to become a tech hub on the African continent. Over the last decade many start-ups popped up and young tech savvy people are pushing for the market.
A trip along Chile’s National Route 7, the Carretera Austral, takes us into the stunning wilderness of Patagonia - a place that many German emigrants chose as their new home almost a century ago.
Albania’s chances of EU membership are slim. The Balkan state is considered one of the most corrupt countries in Europe. Bribes in the construction business are commonplace.
It's one of the most heavily militarised borders in the world, but now its opened to tourism. Following de-escalation measures between North and South Korea, the de-militarised zone or DMZ that separates both countries, has been opened for hiking.
Heligoland is a small archipelago that belongs to Germany 50 km out in the North Sea. The main island is made of unusual red sandstone. Lukas Stege checked it out.
Every April, punks in leather jackets dance the pogo and swill beer for three days on the island of Düne. The festival is called Rock’n’Roll-Butterfahrt and attracts bands and fans from far and wide.
Up to 3000 day trippers visit the island every day during the season. It may be small, but there is plenty to see - architecture, geology, flora, fauna, sea and sky, and Nazi-era ruins.
Viewer Yohanes Paulus Bisma from Singapore shows us kangaroos, dunes and turquoise waters in and around Sydney, New South Wales.
Düne is the smaller island in the archipelago and a nature reserve. It is home to the largest colony of gray seals in Germany.
A growing population impacts on all sectors of society: food supplies, employment, education and the health sector. Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa. But over the last two decades, the country has seen a marked decrease in fertility rates.
DR Congo’s President Felix Tshisekedi visits Tanzania and Burundi, to boost the chances of his country joining the East African Community +++ WHO emergency panel meets on Ebola after Uganda deaths+++South Sudan government shuts down five embassies for lack of funds.
Our host Lukas Stege takes the ferry to the North Sea archipelago, enjoying a stiff breeze along the way. Upon arrival, he goes on a tour of inspection, greets guillemots, cracks crabs and sings sea shanties.
A meeting place for the rich and beautiful as seen from above: the traditional casino in the spa hotel Baden-Baden.
The Frieder Burda Art Museum houses works of classical modern and contemporary art.
We're getting ready for a summer break at Stammtisch in the last episode of the season. But before we roll out those beach towels to reserve a sunny spot in Germany's seventeeth Bundesland, New York Time's Melissa Eddy and Die Zeit's Ferdinand Otto join Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner for a look ahead to the rest of the summer. Plus, we have all the usual political gossip from Berlin.
The dignitaries and crowds have left the beaches of Normandy after last week’s ceremonies marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The allied invasion liberated Europe from the Nazis during World War Two. The veterans of that war are now in their nineties, and many feel an urgency to pass on the history they lived. As Jake Cigainero reports, they found a way to do just that.
The annual European drug report is out and the perhaps dubious title "Cocaine capital of Europe" goes to the United Kingdom. Nearly five per cent of the UK's 15-34-year-olds have used cocaine in the last 12 months. That's raising serious questions about what's fuelling the surge in demand, and how criminals are innovating to reach that increasing market. Jack Foster has more.
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Last year, Nigeria's government moved Democracy Day to June 12th, to remember what is considered the country's freest and fairest election since independence. DW correspondent Flourish Chukwurah reports on the day's historic importance.
Cheap EU chicken exports continue to decimate Africa's domestic industry. We meet one of the few poultry farmers left in Ghana.
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