Ballet is grace and perfection, but it's also twisted ankles and stinky flats. We meet two young male ballet dancers whose passion for performance led them all the way to the State Ballet School of Berlin.
No one wants to be a victim, but boys in Germany were sexually abused in Catholic schools. Now a new play examines their struggles as adults - and comes painfully close to reality.
"The Jungle Book," one of Rudyard Kipling's best-known works, has been beloved by children for decades. But 150 years after his birth, the British author's legacy has been marred by his staunch support of colonialism.
Allegations of rape claimed by a Russian-German teenager have been deemed false by investigators in Berlin. They say the 13-year-old invented the story to mask having run away over problems she faced at school.
The German Family Ministry wants to double its budget for anti-radicalization projects, particularly against Islamism. Some say it's an effort that has been neglected for too long - and needs even more backing.
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