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Dengue fever is a sickness that spreads via mosquitoes faster than any other. And climate change exacerbating the danger, with warmer and more humid conditions boosting mosquito populations.
Michelangelo, Botticelli, da Vinci - Florence is a Renaissance treasure trove. You could spend days in the Uffizi alone, but the city on the River Arno offers much more!
"Mr. Erbil" is a gentleman's club in Iraqi Kurdistan. The members dress in stylish western fashions, and insist on courteous behavior -- in a region ravaged by war and destruction. They're trying to change Iraqi society.
Experimenting with perspective: Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba puts animals on glass plates, then presses the shutter release. Using this technique, he's even taken photos of horses from below.
A Finnish magician tries out his sleight of hand on dogs - with astonishing results. Jose Ahonen has turned into a YouTube star when he decided to upload videos of his experiments online.
Skiing through forests, hurling themselves through the air and sliding across a frozen lake at over 100 km/h, the athletes of France-based MadCow take on extreme and off-the-wall challenges.
Many Syrian children have physical and psychological wounds. According to UN statistics, 80,000 have had to have limbs amputated. Those in Turkish refugee camps are trying to forget the traumas of war.
British farmers in Kent are worried ahead of Brexit. Many have accused the government of not being up to scratch in the negotiations. They would like another referendum.
Marcos grew up in the woods of Galicia with wolves. He thinks humans are the animals' greatest enemy. He considers himself half-wolf, half-human, despite living amid society over 50 years.
French artist Benedetto Bufalino plays with our perception of everyday objects. He's turned concrete mixers into disco balls, phone booths into fish tanks and houses on their head.
A suite with no walls and no roof: two concept artists have created a room in the Swiss Alps with a view like no other. On a hilltop at 1200 meters' altitude is a double bed where guests can sleep under the stars.
Do we really need to talk about work during our lunch break? The time would be better used getting out of the office altogether, says workplace guru Krieger. Get out to the park, enjoy the sunshine! Or find a quiet spot to meditate.
Startups are keen to expand fast in order to attract investors. Mattress company Emma has been crowned the fastest growing startup in Europe. DW caught up with co-founder Max Laarmann in Amsterdam.
Using the Internet means leaving behind a trail of data. From online shopping to social media posts, information about our online behavior is big business for companies. But if our data is so valuable, shouldn't we ourselves profit from it?
Public awareness of burnout has grown in recent years. But has the discussion actually changed our attitude to work? DW speaks to a man whose work left him physically and psychologically exhausted.
Residents of Sieben Linden in Germany have embraced an eco-friendly way of life. Their dwellings feature thatched roofs, they're economical with resources, and they don't waste water by flushing toilets. But is the eco-village a realistic model?
For many people, racing against the clock has become a normal part of daily life. But it hasn't always been like this. What was life like before clocks were invented, and how did their arrival shape economic and social life?
3D video art isn't restricted to projections on tourist attractions during light festivals; they can also be projected onto tabletops and walls, as the artist collective Skullmapping shows.