A 2015 book by the nobel prize winner called A Strangeness in My Mind shows Istanbul's speedy development. It is a melancholic and partly autobiographical look at the author's home city.
The chief prosecutor in Istanbul has issued arrest warrants for two Saudi officials, who were close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
In an exclusive interview with DW, Nobel Prize winner Harald zur Hausen talks about cancer-causing viruses and his incomprehension towards vaccination scpeticism.
The EU has told Saudi Arabia to "shed full clarity" on what it openly calls the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Still wavering is US President Donald Trump, whose ally Riyadh denies orders came from the top.
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's latest work, "Never Look Away," has been shortlisted for a best foreign film Academy Award. Here's more on the work that's also a tribute to the German artist Gerhard Richter.
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.
Cathedrals are larger and more magnificent than other churches, as they're usually bishops' seats. Such imposing edifices were built as early as 1,000 years ago on German territory.
All people deserve access to a creative and expressive life, says Vijay Gupta, the founder of Street Symphony. Sarah Willis meets and performs with some of the residents of the infamous Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.
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