"Game of Thrones" hit our TV screens 10 years ago, becoming one of the most popular fantasy sagas of all time. The following scenes remain seared in our memories. Warning: spoiler alert!
Around 80,000 people have died from coronavirus in Germany. An official memorial service will be held for them in Berlin this Sunday.
It may seem like the plot of a gritty crime novel, but Nigerian journalist Tobore Ovuorie really did go undercover to expose the work of human traffickers. Her story has been turned into a Netflix film, but the memories of her ordeal still haunt her.
A Polish salt mine provides relief for post-Covid patients - The Dutch go techno to learn more about easing coronavirus restrictions - Is the EU about to reset ties with Turkey? - What kind of impact will the pandemic have on Rome’s historic centre? - Greenland’s rare-earth election - A spat between Latvia and Russia over a war memorial - Protests in France over veggie school lunches - And more…
Why are anxiety disorders on the rise? Is there a pill for fear? Fear can cause trembling, a racing heart, sweating, and stress. It's essential for our survival, but it can also make us sick.
Modern football with its shiny and glossy appearance and big money transfers didn't just come from anywhere. It all started back in 1992, a year that saw the first Premier League and UEFA Champions League seasons, and freedom of movement for players in Europe. Take a trip down memory lane.
London Police Chief Cressida Dick has rejected calls for her resignation following the police use of violence to disperse women who had gathered in memory of Sarah Everard, who went missing on March third while walking home from a friend's house.
Smells trigger memories, help us to find a partner and can even promote healing processes in the body. The importance of smell is especially evident when we lose it - for example after a COVID-19 infection.
You can’t always trust your memory. Memories can change over time. People can even come to believe they remember things they never actually experienced. A potential trap in crime investigation.
Autobiographical memory is what takes the longest for us to develop. A group of researchers studied children over a period of years and discovered that we have to work hard to develop our memory.
Born 150 years ago today, Germany's first democratically elected head of state is still very present in the public eye.
'Lest We Forget' is the title of a project by German photographer Luigi Toscano. Over several years he has been taking pictures of Holocaust survivors. It's a race against time that has pushed Toscano to his emotional limits over and over.
How many of the victims of the Third Reich do we remember by name? The Arolsen Archives have logged information on more than 17 million people who were victims of the Nazi regime. And they want to make sure that every name is remembered.
Peter Gardosch was 13 when he was taken to Auschwitz. He was the only one of his family to survive the Holocaust. For years, he could not talk about it — not even to his wife.
Donald Trump has arguably been the most divisive president in living US memory. He leaves office in disgrace as the only president to be impeached twice. He upended America's position in world politics, breaking longstanding alliances, but he built an unprecedented wave of support back home with his America First message. So how will history remember Donald Trump?
Our immune system will remember the coronavirus for a long time, years maybe, according to new data. This is potentially huge news for global vaccination efforts.
Crises and setbacks in life cause some people more trouble than others. Is inner strength something that can be taught? Also: how does food affect our mood and how can we improve memory.
Twenty years ago, Russia decided to take its first space station Mir – meaning both "world" and "peace" – out of commission. It was in service for 15 years housing cosmonauts from the East and astronauts from the West.
Piplantri in Rajasthan is covered in thick forest. That’s because 13 years ago, the head of the village launched an initiative to honor the memory of his late daughter: locals plant 111 trees every time a girl is born.
In the Czech capital, Prague, hundreds braved the icy Vltava River for a traditional annual Christmas winter swimming competition. Amid coronavirus restrictions, the Alfred Nikodem memorial swim was given a special exemption in its 74th year.
The Bundesliga is famous for its modern stadiums. Many were built for the 2006 World Cup which took place in Germany. But what was it like before? We take a closer look at Germany's grounds as they once were.
Check-in presenter Nicole Frölich wanders through pre-Christmas Berlin. From Brandenburg Gate over to KaDeWe, and the Memorial Church on the Ku’damm.
The Beethoven House was founded in 1889, and includes a museum and memorial site devoted to Bonn's most famous son. A new permanent exhibition shows what Beethoven was like as a person, as well as an artist.
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