Tens of thousands of young people from southern Europe's crisis-stricken countries are escaping to London to find work. But as Stephen Beard discovers, many of them have had to settle for far less than their dream job.
Germans' view of Ukrainian history often has more to do with Russia than Ukraine, but a new commission aims to change that. Its co-chair fills DW in on what historians have to offer when it comes to the current crisis.
Although most Russians are not upset about the FIFA arrests in Zurich, leaders in Moscow suspect a US conspiracy. Development of World Cup sites in Russia is moving full steam ahead.
A German national working for the GIZ was released after spending more than 40 days in Taliban capitivity. Foreign Minister Steinmeier said he was "relieved" to know the aid worker was free and in government care.
The immense success of writers such as Richard David Precht, festivals of ideas and philosophy magazines is has made thinking hip again. But is this legitimate philosophy, or more a lifestyle trend?