Under the code name "Peter Bernstein", Holger Friedrich reported on fellow soldiers during military service for the National People's Army.
The survey measured recycling, energy wastage and single-use plastics.
Euronews looked at how Apple prepares to take on Netflix; why the rise and fall of Wework could spell trouble for other tech companies looking to list, and an interview with Bozoma Saint John, an industry leader in branding.
A publisher has scrapped a book by American author Naomi Wolf on gay persecution in 19th century Britain after the work was exposed as having errors.
The Daily Mail decided, for presumably commercial and sensationalist reasons, to publish syndicated images of the dead victims, contrary to the prevailing spirit of industry protocols. I found it a surprising, distressing and outrageous editorial decision.
Trump didn't start this fire, but he stoked the flames as the antagonizer-in-chief, bringing us to a dangerous new low in American life.
"I want you all to know from the bottom of my heart, I apologize for what I said. I know it was wrong and I am so sorry," she said tearfully on air.
Georgia TV journalists quit live on air over allegations of censorship
A newspaper in Poland has ignited a debate after announcing a plan to print "LGBT free-zone" stickers with its next issue.
Euronews has signed a deal with Serbian media group HD-WIN to launch Euronews Serbia, a news channel and digital platform aimed at a Serbian-speaking audience.
Afshin Rattansi, who presents ‘Going Underground’ on RT, called the Media Freedom Conference a 'politicised charade' after the network was banned from attending.
Of the 75 highest-earning stars at the BBC, nearly half are now women. But if the gender pay gap was a scandal, the ethnic pay gap is a disgrace.
Colombian President Ivan Duque has been telling creative industry experts, gathered on the French Riveria, how he's focusing on the Orange economy to drive growth and employment.
Ukraine, in conflict with Russian-backed forces in the east of the country and faced with Moscow’s annexation of Crimea, is promoting the official state language. Campaigning for the use of Kyiv, Ukraine wants to escape from the shadow of its Soviet past.
Cutting-edge technologies have been turning heads at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity on the French Riviera.
Travel is one industry that has been fuelling creative chat at the Cannes Lions festival on the French Riviera.
Attracting young spenders who are passionate about luxury is one of the big talking points at this year's Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, taking place on the French Riviera.
The 66th annual Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has kicked off on the French Riviera, with health innovation among the big issues sparking debate.
Jones denies any knowledge of the images, and Infowars describes the emails as a "malware attack attempting to embed" child porn on their servers.
More than 10,000 creatives from around the world have descended on Cannes this week for the French city’s other big festival – the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
Some people at the annual Eurasian Media Forum believe artificial intelligence will cause the next "renaissance of humanity" but others think this will come at the cost of serious inequality. Witness the debate in this feature of Focus.
World politics, global overconsumption, the arrival of artificial intelligence, and a peek into the blogosphere - the 2019 Eurasian Media Forum Kazakhstan doesn’t shy away from asking big questions.
Authentic Brands acquires the rights to market, develop and license Sports Illustrated and its franchises, but Meredith will pay a licensing fee to operate the editorial operations.
‘The world today: Transforming reality?’ The theme for the 2019 Eurasian Media Forum poses a big question. The summit, taking place on 22nd to 24th May in Almaty, Kazakhstan, digs deep into the key issues facing the media today.
While Europe is ranked higher than in other regions when it comes to press freedom, rights groups say much more needs to be done.
"A free press is essential for peace, justice, sustainable development and human rights. No democracy is complete without access to transparent and reliable information," the UN Secretary-General said on Friday.