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The Leipzig Kunstkraftwerk museum is hosting an innovative video and sound installation dedicated to three Renaissance greats. Visitors can immerse themselves digitally into the famous works of art.
Gherdeina is a valley in Northern Italy and a popular winter destination. Ice climbing up frozen waterfalls is just one of the many attractions it has to offer. Beginners welcome - if you're not afraid of heights!
The weapons industry is comparatively small but it's often in the headlines. German weapons manufacturers can't sell to just anyone - the government has the final say. But why? An interview with the German weapons industry's top lobbyist.
A popular myth says that the metal rings on a trench coat belt are where you clip your hand grenades. Gerhard Elfers takes a sharp look at the overcoat originally worn by British military officers that's now a wardrobe mainstay.
Drones can also be weapons. Loaded with explosives, they're a bomb. Equipped with a camera, they're a tool for espionage. German startup Dedrone has developed systems to protect against drone attacks. Buyers come from all over the world.
A German-made shotgun or a Japanese katana sword - our German-Japanese reporter Kiyo Dorrer gave both of them a try. What's so great about shooting at clay pigeons? And why does a katana sword cost 10,000 euros?
War always brings death, suffering and destruction in its wake. But it can also be a spur to economic growth. From weapons manufacturing and technological innovation to exploitation of new territory and new markets, war can be a lucrative business.
In Estonia, just about every sector operates online, from health to education to financial transactions. That makes the country vulnerable to cyberattack. The most effective weapon against cybercriminals is a rather offline affair - user training.
The CES in Las Vegas is the world's leading consumer electronics show - and now also attracts carmakers and automotive suppliers. The big issue for them right now is autonomous driving.
The Toyota Hilux has been a global phenomenon over the decades, selling over 18 million vehicles since its launch in 1968. For half a century it's been considered all but indestructible.
The original Beetle ceased production years ago -- and now it's literally the end of the line for the modern edition too. Volkswagen has now unveiled the "Final Edition". But will this really be goodbye forever?
Normally, this tandem cross-country skiing- and sharp-shooting event is reserved for the sporting elite. Now, in the established biathlon venue Ruhpolding, Bavaria, anyone can take a crack at this test of strength and skill.
Mont Blanc rises 4,810 meters above sea level -- that makes it the highest mountain in the Alps. A cable railway takes visitors to the 3,800 meter level - where they can enjoy spectacular views.
Journalist Carles Claver takes a tour through his home town and shows its historical and modern sides. The tour begins at the central market, the Mercado Central, and ends in the City of Arts and Sciences.
Brexit is affecting people's lives across Europe. DW's Linda Vierecke met an English woman who owns a shop selling British goods in the German capital. It's been operating successfully for decades - but now she's ready to retire.
In Kyrgyzstan, many people depend on Russia for their livelihoods. DW met one family whose breadwinner works as a caretaker in Russia, where he can earn more than at home. He and his family keep in touch through Skype, when they can get a connection.
The waste crisis in Lebanon is a constant problem. It's due to the combination of corruption, poor governance and weak infrastructure seen in many countries. The trash along the coastline near Beirut are frustrating residents -- and uniting them. ...
Austria is snowed under -- to the delight of skiers and the horror of homeowners. Even older Austrians are amazed by the amount of snow that's fallen in a matter of days. Soldiers, firefighters and volunteers are helping in the most affected areas.
Wild dogs are among the most endangered carnivores in Africa, with only several thousand left. The Save Valley Conservancy in southeastern Zimbabwe is one of the last places they can roam freely.
Away from the usual tourist spots, Spain's capital has plenty more to offer. Location scout Rafael del Vigo shows the locals' favorite places, which are worth a detour.