David Attenborough talks to President Obama about issues facing the natural world today.
The longevity of the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE) sector and its economic impact is more important than ever, in the face of a global economic slow down.
Ken Griffin, chief executive officer at Citadel, discusses the potential for making New York City his permanent home and his frustration at the political climate in the city surrounding Amazon's HQ2.
South Africans Ross and Rich from Star Crossed Tattoo explains how tattoos and travel memories are intertwined as experiences.
Travel photographer Kyle Mijlof was one of the first South Africans to travel to Saudi Arabia on a type of tourist visa for a Formala E event.
"Many people are sharing more online because they don't realize it could be used against them," says net activist Markus Beckedahl. He spoke to DW about data protection and IT security. Digital savviness doesn't just happen - it needs to be learned.
Gerald Knaus is a founding member of the European Stability Initiative, ESI. He has been studying the plight of refugees and migrants since the Balkan Wars of the 1990s. We spoke to him about the challenges posed by migration and the UN migration ...
Omid Nouripour was just thirteen when he arrived in Germany as a refugee from Iran. Today he is a Green Party member of the Bundestag. He speaks about the cruel impact that war has on a young life, how he came to view Germany as home, and the peop...
Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) has been travelling to parts of SA that have been struggling with water issues long before Cape Town.
Germany is considered Europe's strongest nation, both politically and economically. Just like a century ago, it is viewed as culturally sensitive but ruthless when it comes to wielding power. How can it counter the fears of its neighbors and partn...
"People in eastern Germany believe they've been given a raw deal, that they've been shut out," says Bodo Ramelow, head of the regional government in the state of Thuringia.
Judith Enders was just thirteen when the Berlin Wall came down. It was a seminal experience for her - like many of her generation - and she put together a book about people's lives under communism. She asked people how it felt for them and whether...