Tessa Dóniga made her name with her photo series "Break/Fast", which takes the word ‘breakfast‘ literally. The images portray everyday objects in surrealistic contexts. Tessa Dóniga lives and works in Madrid.
The arrival of hundreds of migrants at Spain's southern border has set alarm bells ringing. While the government has weathered the storm so far, a worrying trend is noticeable. Santiago Saez reports from Madrid.
Mayday from holiday paradise: In the Spanish province of Cadiz locals are troubled by drug dealing, tobacco smuggling and gangs of human traffickers. Stefanie Müller reports from Algeciras near Gibraltar.
Loopholes in Germany's penal code allow upskirting — the act of secretly taking images under a person's clothes without consent — to go unpunished. The movement against upskirting is picking up steam across Europe.
Russia are through to the quarterfinals of their own World Cup after eliminating 2010 winners Spain on penalties. The game finished 1-1 after Spain struggled to break down the resolute hosts.
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