The Italian car manufacturer is famous for its compact cars but now intends to take a new direction. With its new Spider model the company attempts to change its image towards affordable sports cars.
It'll be the first car show since a German court empowered cities to impose bans on diesel cars, leaving Europe's biggest automakers in a spin. A looming trade war with the US is another worry. Janelle Dumalaon reports.
Sales of diesel cars are falling steeply and manufacturers are forced to offer steep discounts for new and used diesels alike. But the auto trade fair in Geneva shows the electric future is only slow in coming.
Trump's latest threat to impose taxes on vehicles made in Europe cast a shadow over this year's car show in Geneva. EU officials fear the US president could impose protectionist measures in other sectors, too.
The magical nanny, portrayed by Julie Andrews, first floated over London in 1964. Disney actually wanted to produce a sequel to its hit musical a year later. Now, over half a century later, Mary Poppins finally returns.
She launched to fame with "Dragon Rider" in 1997 and has since become one of Germany's most successful authors. In an interview with DW, star kids' author Cornelia Funke spoke about why words can be challenging.
He's hard to miss with his black sunglasses and cap-like blond hair: Heino is Germany's most famous folk music star and a cult figure, and at 80, he's still going strong.
As of 2019, visitors to Berlin's Museum Island complex will gain access to its different museums via a new building, the James Simon Gallery designed by star architect David Chipperfield.
Sarah Willis celebrates Christmas in Berlin with a visit to the opera Hansel and Gretel at the newly re-opened Berlin State Opera. A quick visit to the Christmas Market next door was also a must!
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