In many parts of India, temperatures are soaring, reaching above forty degrees Celsius for 32 days in a row. The state of Bihar has been hit especially hard. More that 180 people there have died from the heat, and water supplies are running low.
US President Trump is launching his re-election campaign in Orlando, Florida. The latest polls show him trailing many of his Democractic rivals. Plus, Facebook & crypto-currencies. Should you trust the social media giant with your money?
Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has been buried in the capital Cairo, a day after his sudden death. Human rights groups, including Amnesty International are now calling for an independent investigation into his death
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.
Demonstrators are staging another sit-in outside government headquarters to pressure the territory's chief executive Carrie Lam to resign. The protest comes a day after one of the largest rallies in Hong Kong's history, with some two million people out on the streets.
Magnificent castles to this day represent the past power of Prussia in north-eastern Germany. In addition to their main residence in Berlin, the Hohenzollern family had many magnificent buildings built in Brandenburg.
After days of unrest and street protests in Hong Kong, the city's chief executive Carrie Lam suspended a proposed law that would have allowed people to be extradited to mainland China. Activists want it to be withdrawn entirely.
Seatrekkers rely solely on their own physical endurance to explore gorgeous coastlines through diving, hiking and swimming. We accompany participants on a 3-day workshop to learn more about their unusual sport.
Every year thousands of Italian scooter fans flock to the Vespa World Days. This time they took place at Lake Balaton in Hungary. Riders came from more than 40 countries -- including a Vespa acrobatic group from Munich.
Thousands of scooter fans flock to Hungary for the Vespa World Days. Also on the show: Seatrekking -- a land and water adventure. And a festival devoted to Austria's beloved dish Kaiserschmarrn.
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.
Drugs and chemicals company Bayer has launched a PR offensive to counter the growing criticism over its weed killer round-up and the controversial key ingredient glyphosate. The company says it’s listened and understood, and will find an alternative.
Has US President Donald Trump just thrown open the 2020 presidential election to foreign spies? Is he a threat to national security? And is his tough stance with Europe over 5G technology strengthening China?
The Day's Brent Goff speaks with Julianne Smith, former Deputy National Security Advisor to Vice President Joseph Biden during the Obama administration.
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.
A risky election rerun in Turkey - Two Hongkongers are granted asylum in Germany – German rescue boat captain faces jail in Italy – Stemming the exodus from Kosovo – Passing on the D-Day torch – UK is ‘Europe’s cocaine capital’ – Germany remembers Anne Frank – Unlocking change in eastern Europe – Russia’s role in the Middle East – Nightingales in 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.
Anne Frank is one of the most famous victims of the holocaust. Her World World War II diary is considered one of the most important works of the 20th century. She would have turned 90 on June 12. To mark the occasion 40 thousand students in Germany from hundreds of schools have taken part in Anne Frank Day. Keith Walker speaks with DW political correspondent Thomas Sparrow.
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.
WHO considers sounding international alarm as Ebola spreads to Uganda killing one boy+++Ghana forces rescue two kidnapped Canadian women as rise in abductions spark concerns+++Nigeria marks Democracy Day
Police in Moscow have detained hundreds of protesters at a rally in support of journalist Ivan Golunov. This comes a day after prosecutors dropped drug-dealing charges against him for lack of evidence. Golunov's supporters say he was framed.
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