Typical tourist tours of Paris are dominated by stories of men and usually gloss over the role of women in shaping the city
Major rivers across Europe are at their lowest levels in years, and climate change will only make things worse for aquatic ecosystems. But allowing nature to take back control can help fix some of the damage
Sustained extreme heat, forest fires, dried-up rivers, water shortages: The consequences of climate change are a stress test for tourism in Europe's vacation hot spots
Greenlandic women are transforming the Arctic's art scene and releasing their Indigenous identity from its colonial past. They're pushing for visibility and representation through their craft
On a trip to Canada, Pope Francis has asked Indigenous residential school survivors for forgiveness for the serious abuse and erasure of identity and culture that they endured. But is an apology enough?
This year, Arooj Aftab became the first Pakistani artist to win a Grammy for her rendition of a famous ghazal by the legendary Mehdi Hassan. She spoke to DW about the challenges she faced on her way
K-pop has become South Korea's export hit, and the music has found a decent — and growing — fan base in Germany. What's the hype about?
Every week we feature a popular form of travel. Camping is enjoyed by people of all ages, in Germany and all over Europe, who want to be free and independent
Salman Rushdie was stabbed multiple times during an event in rural New York. His attacker has entered a not-guilty plea at an arraignment.
To commemorate India's 75th Independence Day, DW's Seerat Chabba unpicks common stereotypes and tropes that she's come across in conversations and pop culture