Vienna has again topped the list of most-livable cities in an annual index published by British weekly The Economist. The city had previously held the title in 2018 and 2019
Extreme drought in Iraq have given German and Kurdish archaeologists the unique chance to examine an ancient Bronze Age city, Zachiku. It was a race against the clock
Despite a ban on Russian players, Kazakhstan's Russia-born Elena Rybakina has won the Wimbledon women's singles title. She beat Tunisia's Ons Jabeur, who was bidding to be the first female Arab Grand Slam champion
As travelers set off on vacations to avenge being grounded for so long due to the pandemic, they are getting a reality check. Logjams at airports are ensuring a rather rocky start to their long-awaited trips
Euro 2022 kicks off in England on July 6, with the hosts having sold plenty of tickets under the weight of expectation.
The South Asian spring festival of colors is celebrated during summer in Germany, with little of the feast's original religiosity
Women’s football in Africa is on the rise with bigger prize money on offer at the continental championship. This comes as more countries see women’s football as an opportunity to participate on the international stage
Museums in the UK are on high alert as protesters from the group Just Stop Oil target famous paintings, including a 500-year-old copy of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" and John Constable's "The Hay Wain"
The world’s biggest airliner, the Airbus A380, had been pronounced dead, almost on arrival. But it's flying high again as travel roars back. German flag carrier Lufthansa is among those bringing their superjumbos back
In a statement for peace, two award-winning photographers, the Russian Dmitry Vyshemirsky and the Ukrainian Yuriy Kosin, get together to exhibit their images documenting Ukraine in the past decades