Sebastian Livya from Kottayam in India wants to know: Can we understand the language of birds?
Winner of the German Book Prize, translated into many languages: Uwe Tellkamp's monumental work revives a vanished world in Dresden's bourgeoisie during the late GDR period, offering a major novel about society.
It doesn't feel that way now, but Germans weren't enthusiastic about football in the 19th century. Christoph Marx, a World Cup historian, explains how special terms for soccer were developed to change that.
Many women arrived on the red carpet dressed in black to show solidarity with victims of sexual abuse and harassment. In the awards, German director Fatih Akin's "In the Fade" was named best foreign language film.
A few million years after the dinosuars went extinct a large, beefy, penguin rose to prominence in New Zealand. It wouldn't have been the kind of bird people could catch or kill — it could easily overpower a man.
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