In the 1920s, German automotive legend Carl Borgward neatly filled a niche in the market with his three-wheel Goliath F 400 mini van. Its two-stroke two-cylinder engine was strong enough to put Germany's small tradesmen on wheels.
The Berlinale International Film Festival is Germany's most important film event. Every February it draws cinema celebrities and fans from around the world. DW's Hallie Rawlinson reports on her first time attending.
Russia's offensive in Syria has brought unexpected consequences: US allies in the region are interested in acquiring Russian military hardware. But they could face serious backlash from the White House.
The building of Istanbul’s new airport is considered one of President Erdogan's prestige projects. But after hundreds of workers protested labor conditions, the police are now keeping a close eye on them.
Lionel Messi's second half penalty miss cost Argentina the chance to open their Group D campaign with a win. But the emotions couldn't have been more different for Iceland, who grabbed a point on their World Cup debut.
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