A heat wave continues to bear down on Europe - with high temperatures in Gremany. Meanwhile, wildfires are burning in Spain.
Wild horses are again roaming free in western Iberia, near the border between Spain and Portugal - millenia after the Romans settled there and domesticated them. It's part of one group's larger vision to 'rewild' Europe.
Unemployment in Germany has fallen, according to the latest labor market data. But a fresh report has revealed that the number of jobless still hovers above the 3 million mark.
Spain has been keen to win back third position in world tourism by setting a new record in foreign arrivals last year. The surge has played a pivotal role in the country's struggle to leave the recession behind.
Americans would not be shocked if they found out that German intelligence services monitored them, former CIA Director John McLaughlin tells DW. He also explains why he feels mass surveillance is justified.
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