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The Tour de France is one of the world's biggest sporting events, alongside the football World Cup and Wimbledon. But so far, it's only open to men. A group of female cyclists in France wants to change this.
The world is likely to fail to meet its commitments on education. Under the UN Sustainable Development Goals, all children should be in school by 2030. But a third of the way towards the deadline, a review paints a bleak picture, especially for lo...
Lebanon, which has taken in more refugees per capital than any other country, has now declared some refugee camps for Syrians illegal. Some Syrians have to demolish their own homes.
The ten-day South Tyrol Jazz Festival boasts 90 concerts around the city of Bolzano, with 150 artists from across the world. Not only that. The shows are set against the jaw-dropping backdrop of South Tyrol's mountains.
People from almost every country in the world live in the German capital. "Planet Berlin" tells their stories. Fiona Bennett was born in Brighton, but now calls the German capital her home. She designs extravagant hats.
Euromaxx reporter Meike Kruger checks out La Patuma festival in the Catalan town of Berga. Where over the course of five days, townspeople dress up as mystical figures like dragons, giants or dwarves.
Lolita Hantantiana lives in Madagascar in a house she shares with nine other people. In her free time, the 15-year-old likes playing soccer. One of her goals is to improve her English.
Thousands of Romanians toil daily on Italy's construction sites, often illegally and for starvation wages. With no prospects in Romania, they make use of the freedom of movement in the EU. Their families stay behind.
Many farmers are afraid that Brexit will keep harvest hands from EU countries away. Both farmers and seasonal workers from Eastern Europe have benefited from the freedom of movement in the EU.
Buying real estate worth at least EUR2,000,000 will get foreigners citizenship in Cyprus. An EU passport allows visa-free travel in over 140 countries. The Republic of Cyprus' naturalization policies are controversial.
More and more Poles are settling in eastern Germany. Since the fall of communism 30 years ago, rural areas in the east have been depopulated. Now, Polish families are taking advantage of the low real estate prices.
Activist and artist Isabel Idun talks about periods. Idun co-founded a collective in Berlin called "Crafts and Cramps". Using art and political action, the group hopes to break taboos about menstruation. Isabel Idun studied cultural management, ma...
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.