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Soccer fans all over the world are gearing up for the sport's next big highlight: From 14 June, 32 national squads will begin battling it out for the coveted World Cup. The opening match of the 21st FIFA World Cup is between Russia and Saudi Arabia. Title-holder Germany plays its first game on the 17 June against Mexico. German fans will be hoping that their team can hold on to the very end. Maybe they’ll even clinch the championships again in the final on 15 July at the Luzhniki Olympic Stadium in Moscow. The Germans have already won the cup four times – in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014.
DW’s Nachrichten (news) and magazine shows will be providing full coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. With a particular focus, of course, on the progress of the German team.
日期及時間: 6月3日 (星期日) 6:30am
“Freespace” is the motto of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, which
invites participants to engage with the social and creative potential of the public space.
This is a precious commodity in the lagoon city, which has been threatened by rising water
levels for decades. So, it's no surprise to learn then that Venice 2018 will play a bigger role
in the world exhibition. The German pavilion focuses on a very particular free space: In its
contribution “Unbuilding Walls,” curators, the architecture studio “Graft” and former East
German political activist Marianne Birthler explore what happened with areas in Berlin and
along the former inner-German border, occupied by the Wall until 1989. A special edition
of Kultur.21 broadcast from Venice reports on new architectural approaches – from reunified
Berlin to rural China.
日期及時間: 6月8日 (星期五) 12:15am, 10:30am
In October 2017, Raqqa was liberated from the clutches of the Islamic State movement (IS). The city in northern Syria had for a long time been the unofficial capital of the so-called IS Caliphate, declared in 2014. Hundreds of civilians died in the battles for Raqqa, which has been reduced to rubble. It's a scene of utter devastation. The documentary In den Ruinen von Rakka shows what life is like for those left behind.
日期及時間: 6月9日 (星期六) 07:30am, 10:00am, 3:45pm, 7:00pm
The global obesity rate is continually on the rise. It's thought that more than two billion people are currently affected. So the focus now has to be on losing weight – for the sake of health and well-being. In Germany alone, half the population would like to shed some pounds. But why do so few manage? After all, the diet market is saturated with offerings: Weight Watchers, low-carb, the paleo or pineapple diets, miraculous powders that claim to reduce hunger pangs. Crash diets may help for rapid weight loss, but then the yoyo effect comes into play and dieters soon find they're back where they started. What's the secret to long-term weight loss with no negative impact on the human organism? Which foods are allowed, and what’s taboo? And which sport is the most effective way to burn fat? Fit & Gesund presenter Carsten Lekutat explores some answers to these questions with nutrition expert Dr. Stefan Lück.
日期及時間: 6月13日 (星期三) 12:15am, 10:30am, 9:30pm
The documentary Fragiles Gleichgewicht – Menschen in der globalisierten Welt weaves together the stories of people on three continents: African migrants who want to escape to Europe, Spanish laborers who can no longer make a living and Japanese employees growing isolated in the modern world. Although we may not have much in common on the surface, we are all people and that connects us. We all have ambitions, desires and hopes. Therein lies the opportunity to not just focus on the negative effects of globalization, but to create something new, together. We're guided through the film by the former president of Uruguay, José “Pepe” Mujica, who repeatedly appeals to our humanity.
日期及時間: 6月19日 (星期二) 07:00am, 11:15am, 6:30pm, 10:45pm
Amsterdam's canals are world famous. A boat trip through the city's dense waterway system, lined with picturesque buildings, is a highlight of any visit to the Dutch capital. But what few visitors to Amsterdam know is that some of the beautiful gabled houses have gorgeous gardens. The idyllic green spaces are well-hidden and for private use only. But once a year, locals and tourists are allowed a glimpse behind the brick facades – during the “Open Tuinen Dagen,” or Open Garden Days. It's a chance to enter and admire nearly 30 green oases. Euromaxx takes a look by embarking on a tour of Amsterdam's secret canal gardens.
日期及時間: 7月1日 (星期日) 12:15am, 10:30am, 9:30pm
War crimes and human rights violations are being brought to court with increasing frequency. These days, in almost all the world's conflict-and crisis-torn regions, people are using their smartphones to document what's happening to them. Past atrocities can be partially reconstructed with the help of satellite images. The two-part documentary Digitale Ermittler shows how the latest technology is helping to uncover these crimes all over the world.

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