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The Moulin Rouge in Paris became notorious for its provocative can-can dance. One-hundred and thirty years on, it still attracts visitors in search of glitz and glamour.
There have been more than 100 bombings in Sweden this year - more than twice as many as in 2018. Experts blame the violence on feuding criminal gangs. And the police seem powerless to act.
A teacher from Uzbekistan had been cleaning for years in Moscow when she stumbled onto the club scene. Although there's increasing xenophobia in Russia, she's respected despite her ethnicity, age, and career as a cleaner.
The Mercedes G Class has survived for 40 years. Now, this cross-country vehicle has been thoroughly re-worked. The design language, with round headlights and fender-mounted turn signals, has not changed. But the interior and ride quality have.
The LA Auto Show is just over. And E-mobility is the tinsel-town topic. Not even the land of V8 engines and pickups can afford to ignore it. For carmakers exhibiting at the year's last major auto fair, it's a balancing act between present and future.
The Smart City Expo World Congress has been held in Barcelona. The goal was to change urban mobility while improving quality of life and reducing the environmental footprint - with concepts that combine technical, economic and social innovation.
A decision to buy an SUV is not usually based on logic. Who really needs high ground clearance and off-road capability? It's more about adventure - and looks. Audi now has a sporty, aggressive option in its range: The Q3 Sportback.
Christina is a student demonstrating against the old men who've run Lebanon into the ground. She's demanding reforms, but wants the protests to remain peaceful. So she and other women are positioning themselves between demonstrators and the police.
More than a dream: An Indian boy is inspiring his countrymen after being successful at swimming. But what makes Abdul Qadir's story remarkable, is that he has achieved this, despite having no arms.
Blanketing the Antarctic ice sheet in artificial snow might sound outlandish. But could geoengineering help to counteract runaway climate change? One thing is clear: many of the ideas could be very risky.
Abdoulaye Coulibaly is mayor of Fana in Mali and a climate change expert. He hopes to prepare his community for global warming. It's also a question of war and peace in the crisis-plagued country.
In a camp at the border between Bosnia and EU member Croatia, refugees are currently living in catastrophic conditions. Local authorities refuse to deal with the situation and demand that new camps be set up in other parts of the country.
Just outside Berlin, the remains of thousands of soldiers who fell in the Second World War are buried. The "Association for the Recovery of the Fallen in Eastern Europe" searches for the dead and has made a surprising discovery--74 years after the...
The trend researcher sees cultural changes underway. While older Germans still love big houses and cars, younger ones are, she says, more into experiences than possessions.
Cars, ships, planes and buildings have all been getting ever larger. Does that make sense? What are the limits and the alternatives? We also look at the role of tiny things in high-tech.
VW is turning out a sports version of its T-Roc, giving the Crossover SUV the 221-kilowatt engine from the Golf R and exchanging the sport mode for a Race mode. The T-Roc is designed to resolve the comfort and sportiness conundrum.
Roadsters like the Mazda MX-5 are built for driving fun. The MX-5 is one of the bestselling roadster in the world. Now, Mazda has updated the engine. We tested the MX-5 with a 135-kilowatt gasoline engine.
Skoda has unveiled its new Octavia in Prague. The bestseller's fourth generation is larger, and more dynamic and modern. The engines offered range from gasoline or diesel, both mild and plug-in hybrids, to natural-gas versions.
Chen Hui-ping co-founded the startup Sunnyfounder. The solar power fundraising platform is a pioneer in Taiwan, where photovoltaics are lagging. The government is pushing green technology, but industry still depends on fossil fuels and nuclear power.
Our fossil fuel-based civilization will collapse by 2028. That stark prediction comes from US economist and author Jeremy Rifkin. He says the first signs are showing on capital markets. His response is outlined in his latest book, 'The Green New D...
No more crude oil - would that be the end of the chemical industry? The entire sector is dependent on fossil fuel resources. But chemical companies are rethinking and developing climate-friendlier technologies. Evonik is working on CO2 recycling.
The chalk-and-talk approach is yesterday. Students at the Osterskov Efterskole in Hobro, Denmark, learn through role-play. 17-year-old Emma felt disadvantaged at a conventional school because of her dyslexia. She's hoping for a new start here.