First, it was the housing market, which crashed after Spain's property bubble burst. Then, it was young people, who have had to cope with seemingly omnipresent unemployment. And now, Spanish horses are going to the dogs.
Among the countries worst hit by Europe's debt crisis was Spain. Construction fueled the Spanish economy for years. Now it's collapsed along with the housing market there. Among the victims, Spanish youth - where the unemployment rate tops 57 percent. But there's another group of unexpected victims - Spanish horses. Lauren Frayer traveled to horse country in the south of Spain and sent us this report.
Turkish nationals are voting at polling stations in Germany in their country's presidential election. This is the first time that Turks living abroad have been able to vote outside the country.
There's a hiking trail that encircles Berlin and promises dozens of calm lakes, indescribable natural beauty and Cold War artifacts. The catch? It's 416 kilometers long. DW's Katherine Sacks has taken on the challenge.
Religion is playing a huge role in the election campaign of the first direct ballot for the Turkish president. Both main parties are campaigning by using their Islamic devoutness to gain votes.
Find an open field. Add a DJ and some beer. Call a few friends. Poof! You've got an open air party. Back in the 1990s, open airs were ubiquitous in Berlin. Now they're illegal - so Berliners are getting creative.