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Anthony Sarpong opened his restaurant "Anthony's Kitchen" in the town of Meerbusch, near Dusseldorf, in 2015. It's since received a Michelin star. Now, Sarpong is sharing his favorite recipes in a book called "Anthony's Kitchen".
Fricska has turned the image of traditional folk dancing on its head. Four young men from Hungary show how exciting folk dancing can be. It's not all about old-style costumes and doing the steps in the right order.
Greek designer Katerina Kamprani transforms everyday objects so that they have no use at all. For example, a watering can that can't pour out liquid, or a cooking pot that has two handles on the same side.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch gets to know South Africa's second-largest city. Highlights of his tour include testing his mettle in the World Cup soccer stadium and a safari in Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park.
One of the divers in the dramatic rescue of boys from a Thai cave tells DW one year on about the breathtaking experience of not knowing whether they would find the boys dead or alive.
Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists. Reporter Dulcina Parra was kidnapped and barely escaped murder. She reports again and again on cases of corruption and the machinations of the powerful drug cartels.
Change of government in Greece: Many people have high expectations of the new Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. These include the fishing family Labadarious and the unemployed Vicky Paraskevou. DW has spoken with both of them.
Matthias Maurer has always dreamed of being the first German on the moon. Out of 8,500 applicants who share the same dream, he was one of only 10 selected. Now, he's going through rigorous astronaut training.
Too many cooks spoil the broth? Not in Marseille, where 1000 amateur chefs took part in a cookery class to learn how to make a typical Provencal starter, with instructions from a master.
Koka Nikoladze was born in Georgia in 1989 but now lives in Oslo. He is a musician who makes his own instruments, which he calls Beat Machines. He uses everyday objects to create the boxes with which he creates rhythms.
For their new project, the photographer Ulla Lohmann and her husband Basti Hoffmann have decided to climb the highest mountain in each of 47 countries in 470 days.
ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer could soon be joining a lunar mission. He's training on the Canary Island of Lanzarote, where the volcanic landscapes resemble the surface of the moon. He's also learning how to collect moon rock samples.
Artist Sadat Nduhira helps women to sew their own sanitary pads. Feminine hygiene products are expensive, while rags or leaves are not reliable. The project enables girls to continue attending school when they have their period.
Menstruation is a crucial biological process. Despite this, strange myths about periods still prevail around the world - in some cases being used to oppress women. In many cultures, women are considered unclean during menstruation.
They are Turks and black: descendants of the Ottoman Empire's African slaves form a minority in Turkish society that has long been all but invisible. Now, they're trying to reappraise their history.
In response to widespread discontent among the people and to promote unity, French President Macron has proposed closing the elite post-graduate ENA school of administration. He is himself one of its alumni.
In advance of Ukraine's parliamentary elections, President Zelensky has withdrawn some troops from the Donbas. War-weary Ukrainians elected him on his promises of peace. Now, they look to him to deliver.
Convertibles give drivers the ultimate summer experience, so this summer Drive It! decided to take out BMW's 430i. With 185 kilowatts of power under the hood and an adaptive suspension, driving fun is the first priority.
More than 30 million Passats have been sold since 1973, making it one of the most successful mid-size models around. Now after a facelift, VW's introducing the latest version of the vehicle. The real novelties are under the hood.
The Lexus ES is celebrating its launch in Europe, and is finally hitting dealerships in Germany. What's special about the luxury sedan is that it's powered by a late-generation hybrid drive.
Nearly every carmaker has at least one SUV in the stable. SEAT's are the Tarraco, Ateca and the Arona - each named for a place in Spain. Drive It! checks them out on tour. Join us to see Spanish sights and learn more about the cars.