A major industry event, this year's Shanghai auto show attracted more carmakers than ever before. The high participation came as manufacturers double down on investments in China, the world's largest auto market.
It took a while for the goals to arrive on matchday 29 in the Bundesliga, but when they did the floodgates opened. Bayern, Dortmund, leverkusen and Bremen all won, while Schalke and Wolfsburg split the points.
Saturday was declared as an international day of protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the EU and the US. People all across Germany have taken part.
Nature equipped many living creatures with added extras to protect themselves from hungry predators. And this armor comes in many styles.
Wim Wenders has made his name as a film director. However, his motifs are not purely reserved for the screen - he is also a keen photographer, and his work portrays remarkable scenes and landscapes.
Newly published satellite images show the extent and speed of China's land reclamation activities in disputed waters of the South China Sea. The new land masses are believed to be primarily military installations.
Tears, grief and words of hope: on Friday German, Spanish and French dignitaries and relatives of the victims of last month's Germanwings crash in the French Alps gathered for a memorial service in Cologne Cathedral.
Unapproachable, independent, hedonistic: the cat is a fascinating creature. Sometimes it’s the purrs, sometimes the claws. That multiple nature has inspired artists, filmmakers and even fashion designers.
Few towns and lots of countryside - that's what Lower Saxony is all about. So much variety: from the North Sea mudflats to the hills of the Weser Uplands, the state is Germany's second-largest in terms of area.
Seeing things: The 2015 Hanover Fair for engineering was marked by visions of Industry 4.0, robots, automation, and sensors - everywhere. Join DW, if you dare, on a mild dystopian jaunt.
Johannes Stötter's canvas is human skin. His models are transformed into frogs, parrots and chameleons. His illusion is almost perfect - humans disappear and all that is left are the animals.
Sugar consumption is on the rise worldwide, and that’s having a serious impact on health. The WHO has warned of a “global epidemic.” Here are ten ways that sugar can make you sick.
The super-rich Sultanate of Brunei has seen the most lavish wedding of the year. Prince Abdul Malik tied the knot with IT expert Dayangku Raabi'atul 'Adawiyyah Pengiran Haji Bolkiah in a ceremony that lasted 11 days.
His books are known around the world. What is little known, however, is that Günter Grass was a talented painter, sculptor and Illustrator - a universal genius who explored the many dimensions of artistic expression.
It's happening, Bundesliga fans. Borussia Dortmund head Coach Jürgen Klopp will leave the club in the summer. It's been seven years of joy for BVB fans, so here are some of Kloppo's best moments in yellow and black.
War photography tends to focus on actual acts of combat. A photo exhibition in Essen's Folkwang Museum, however, shows another perspective: scars left behind by various wars on landscapes and faces.