Around 3,500 demonstrators marched through the district to protest for squatters' rights
Frahm explains how a 'spontaneous decision' has led to the band's second release in five months
The crackdown could cost owners a €100 fine
Airbnb has become a platform for professional landlords, buy-to-let investors and property management companies. So much for the 'sharing economy' in London.
At least 31 people were killed and nearly 200 injured in three terror attacks on Brussels Airport and the Maalbeek Metro station
How should we think of this faded coastal town - and all the others like it? There's room for all sorts beside the seaside, discovers Hastings newcomer Tom Blass
The explosion occured around 8am local time in the western district of Charlottenburg
The Technical University of Berlin, Technical University of Dortmund and the university of Essen Duisburg have all closed prayer rooms
The actor and the lead singer of Travis met when they bumped into each other in Berlin in 2008
The groom derided the behaviour as 'unacceptable'
Berlin charges no tuition fees, whereas London universities charge students up to £9,000 each year
Photography was never just about depicting the world as it is. From its earliest beginnings to the age of the selfie, the urge to put on a show for the camera has proved irresistible. And it has produced some of the art form's most astonishing images. John Walsh rubs his eyes
Lini cubes can be joined from all four sides, resulting in more creative options than when playing with LEGO.
Thorsten Wiedemann said he experienced no nausea, headaches or eye problems during his VR marathon
Conspiracy theorists have accused police of attempting to cover up an alleged attack
So long as Jones, a former Booker Prize longlistee, sticks with poignant reflection, the novel is on strong ground