Katie Meade is a head-turning sensation: The American is the first woman with Down Syndrome to be the face of a beauty campaign. She thinks: Beauty belongs to everyone.
Despite self-described shyness, the German schoolgirl once teased for her long legs rose to become a top supermodel. A new book gathers Schiffer's best photos together and celebrates her iconic career.
The 2017 Ibrahim Index of African Governance was released on Monday. Philanthropist Mo Ibrahim spoke to DW about Africa's demographic dilemma, the Zimbabwe coup, and Ghana as a model of democracy.
The recent decision of IBM to call its home workers back to the office has raised doubts about the future of telecommuting globally. Arthur Sullivan reports about the latest developments in Germany.
The discount fashion business keeps growing because low, rock-bottom prices are seemingly irresistible for German shoppers. Are there limits to its growth in one of Europe's most fiercely contested fashion market?
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