Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk, Japan's Mieko Kawakami are among the novelists on the International Booker Prize shortlist, which features a Hindi novel for the first time
Alienation and belonging, eros and disgust: The four feelings were central in 19th-century attempts to define identity. Composer Richard Wagner embraced them and made them "German"
A dramatic exit for India means the leading run-scorer in women's international cricket, Mithali Raj, will likely retire without a World Cup win. But her legacy as a pioneer of the sport for women in India is secure
Five countries will represent Africa in Qatar at the first FIFA World Cup in the Gulf. Reigning AFCON champions Senegal present the best opportunity for the continent’s football fans to cheer
The Tesla CEO has criticized Twitter in the past, questioning if the platform was truly committed to free speech. Now, Musk says he will make "significant" changes
Believed to have been stolen, the manuscripts worth millions went missing two decades ago. They were now returned in a gift bag with an Easter greeting to the librarian
Art historian Benedicte Savoy and economics researcher Felwine Sarr spoke to “Deutsche Welle” about the return of looted objects from France, as museums around Europe grapple with the question of what to do with colonial artifacts
Museums are a fountain of knowledge, but also a source of fascinating stories that help us understand the present. DW's Culture and Lifestyle head of department Rolf Rische comments on "Berlin's Treasure Trove."
After being rescheduled due to the pandemic, the 64th annual Grammy Awards were held on Sunday evening, April 3, in Las Vegas
Almost three years after the devastating fire, time pressure and quarrels complicate the reconstruction of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris