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.
Ahead of Turkey's presidential election, author Ece Temelkuran praises her compatriots' unbroken spirit. She says it is a model for all who have begun to experience the maddening absurdity of right-wing populism.
She comes from Tanzania, where music is part of everyday life — at church, celebrations or on the streets. Liz Shoo was part of the school choir, and has been a longtime fan of German musicians such as Gentleman.
Omar Mohammed, a young historian from the Iraqi city of Mosul, has founded a platform to document the crimes committed by "Islamic State." Has Mosul Eye made a difference?
Prominent actors, authors and journalists gathered in Berlin to protest the imprisonment of journalist Deniz Yücel. They called on Turkey to release him, but are also sending a message to populists in Europe.
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