Today on Euromaxx: One of the most successful Christmas songs in pop history came out 30 years ago: British band Wham! shot their "Last Christmas" in Saas-Fee in Switzerland, and Euromaxx goes there to revisit the story. Also: A major exhibition at the Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart celebrates Bauhaus artist Oskar Schlemmer. And: cocoon architecture, a creative approach to small living spaces.
The Anti-Islam protests of the Pegida movement have mobilized thousands of Germans. They are demonstrating for the preservation of German identity and demanding that foreigners who commit criminal offences are expelled from the country. Are these protesters driven by genuine concerns? Are they just disillusioned with politics or are they racist?
Christmas comes early for soccer fans: A full package of Bundesliga action is waiting for you. Midweek sees the season's 16th round of play, followed by number 17 on the weekend. Some clubs will feel richer, others robbed, and still others more than ready for winter break. A Kick off! special.
Two-tier network: why net neutrality is under threat. War-zone sleuth: How British blogger Eliot Higgins deciphers videos and photographs from war zones. And in our Exit: Christmas Spirit: How employees at a photo service are preparing for the holidays.