In the run-up to June’s general elections, the country’s opposition party announced plans for a new city called Merkez Turkiye that would cost $200 billion to construct.
The discovery of 700 marijuana plants is just the latest in an ongoing saga in and around Kreuzberg’s Görlitzer Park.
Someone has been plastering existing utility boxes to represent shocking statistics on street corners.
Mayor Anne Hidalgo has announced an "almost philosophical project" to take the famed river's quayside back from cars.
Mayoral candidate Ada Colau thinks squatters shouldn't be evicted from unused buildings. Some polls show she's in the lead.
How this brightly striped Kensington mews house became the talk of the fanciest part of town.
The city center, which isn't in great condition, is about to undergo a major transformation. Will people miss the way it is now?
Lower speed limits, subsidies and loads more bike lanes are all forthcoming. Will it be enough?
There are plenty of surprises in this new clean air ranking, including that London and Paris are doing a better job of addressing air quality than Amsterdam is.
The city is grappling with major socioeconomic shifts by getting organized at an unprecedented scale.
The long-planned Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link between Denmark and Germany moved one step closer to reality this month.
These businesses have survived this far, but they're fragile.
Investors from the United Arab Emirates appear set to give Serbia's capital a Dubai-style makeover. But tons of questions remain unanswered.
The city hopes to preserve a mix of social classes and slow down gentrification. But there's a risk the changes will encourage speculators to expand to new areas.
Hamburg's St. Pauli nightlife quarter deals with more than its fair share of rogue urinators. Residents there are hoping liquid-resistant paint will help.
The U.K. capital doesn't need a transatlantic role model. It actually has a far more relevant one closer to home.
The cycling mecca of the Netherlands plans to build a partially underwater bike parking facility to deal with its crush of two-wheeled commuters.
London billboards are sharing the stories of people moving both to and from the rapidly changing city. Some of them are quite painful to read.
The city's car-free zone, as it is currently designed, will only displace traffic, not reduce it.