Tea is the new coffee – at least according to the US hi-tech magazine “Wired”. That seems to hold true for Germany as well: Since 2006, tea consumption has been steadily rising, […]
Car-sharing apps have been popular for several years. BMW and Sixt’s joint venture DriveNow already has over 330,000 customers in Germany alone.
What happens if you give a homeless person one hundred dollars? Video blogger Josh Paler Lin decided to find out. After receiving the cash he went to a nearby park and starts […]
Eri Katayama lives in Otá, one of Tokyo’s 23 ‘special wards’, with her family. 19-year-old Eri just graduated from high school and is now studying in Tokyo. She gives us a tour […]
Russia’s Investigative Committee is investigating a Russian newspaper report alleging that a Ukrainian military jet shot down Malaysian Airlines passenger plane MH17 over the rebel-held eastern part of the country last summer.
Greek lawmakers have again failed to elect a president during a second round of voting held in Athens this morning. Stavros Dimas, the only candidate in the race, fell short of the […]
Found Tapes is a new weekly show that highlights some of the rarest, wierdest, and sometimes just really cool videos that people send to us. This week, Found Tapes hops in the […]
He won a shock victory over left-wing Prime Minister Victor Ponta in the November 2014 vote. The swearing-in ceremony took place almost twenty five years to the day after the collapse of […]
Sales of Vinyl records have reached 1 million in the UK, the highest figure since 1996, as the retro records made a long awaited comeback against downloads. Despite online streaming becoming the […]