Dominik found purpose as a radicalized Salafist. He knows he was clueless and is spreading the word on YouTube.
Former US-marine Kurt wants to act against "IS". He's preparing to fly to Iraq to fight with Kurdish forces.
An imam, an ex-Salafist, a former US-marine - they are all united in the fight against radicalism and "Islamic State".
Thousands of asylum seekers have been landing by boat in Indonesia and Malaysia. And thousands are still stuck at sea. No one's keen to take them on. Instead many blame Myanmar's treatment of its Muslim minority, the Rohingya, for sparking the crisis. Over a dozen regional leaders have met to find solutions.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter is seeking another term as president despite the deepest scandal in its history.
On this week's show: NATO and Russia's rival war games get serious - Will Barcelona's new mayor shake things up?- Greek islands face influx of refugees - 'daddy leave', Norwegian style - Shifting political sands in Turkey and Poland, pre and post elections - Italians head to Berlin to launch start-ups – The city of gay lights - The campaign to revitalize the Elfdalian language.
The Journal from DW presents the most important news - up-to-date, in brief and quickly.
Anyone traveling through Germany will not be able to avoid the state of Hesse. It covers all from the Brothers Grimm fairytale landscapes in the north to the banking metropolis of Frankfurt on the river Main.
Nigeria inaugurates Muhammadu Buhari as its new presiden amid security and economic challenges+++South Africa denies it bribed FIFA to secure 2010 World Cup+++President Zuma exempted from repaying Nkandla money
The nerve-racking search for parking space could soon be a thing of the past. Siemens is currently testing radar sensors, which can spot available space. Car drivers are to be informed through an app on their cellphones.
Most UEFA members will vote against Blatter in the upcoming elections for the head of FIFA, Michel Platini has said. UEFA's chief did not reject the possibility of his organization withdrawing from FIFA competitions.
A quick rundown of the latest business headlines
More than a dozen banks have been named in the US Justice Department investigation into FIFA corruption. Bank of America, Citibank and others say they are cooperating with investigators. After our report we ask New York correspondent Jens Korte what Wall Street's saying.
Wolfburg coach Klaus Allofs is a German Cup hero. He's won the trophy four times as a player and twice as sporting director at Bremen. Join Kick Off for his take on the emotions and allures surrounding the German Cup. He's sure to have plenty to say, since he's got a chance to win the cup for a seventh time, and bring it back to VW's home city, Wolfsburg.
More than a million refugees have flocked to Lebanon since the conflict in Syria began. Many struggle to get by once they arrive. And there are economic consequences for the local population as well as the refugees.
David Cameron is touring European capitals, trying to win support for renegotiating Britain's ties with the EU. His message: his people might opt out of the bloc, if Europe doesn't give a better deal.
Coca Cola, McDonald's, Visa, Nike - they all are among FIFA's main sponsors. And, with their contributions to the FIFA system, they are now part of the corruption scandal.
Coming up on this edition of euromaxx: Photographers without fear, eagles and their bird's eye view, art from shards of glass and cuddly cats in a London cafe.
How much animal is there in us? The British photographer Tim Flach addresses this question in his work. His models appear almost human-like and his portraits have appeared in many publications from National Geographic to the The New York Times.
Felines get their money’s worth here! Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium in London at first seems like a pet shop. Actually, it’s a café – for cats! During the day humans are also allowed to sit down for a cuppa too though.