One-hundred-year-old Bruno Rottenbach is the oldest active journalist working in Germany. His fingers are no longer as quick as his mind, so he dictates all the articles for his quarterly magazine published in Tauberbischofsheim.
Three Nobel laureates, who recently visited the isolated state, describe the severe restrictions North Korean academics face in their work. An invitation to bring top students to the West has been ignored, they tell DW.
I was born in 1987 in Eschwege, a small town in Hessen. I lived there until my parents caught the travel bug, packed me and the barest necessities and moved to Spain.
After the fall of apartheid, South Africa's national broadcaster, the SABC, was transformed into a vibrant source of independent information. But things have since changed – and not for the better.
After four decades in print, Gwen Lister says she's often seen as a dinosaur. Here's why the publisher of "The Namibian" believes print is still relevant in Africa – even in the face of a digital tsunami.
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