Deutsche Welle has filed a claim in a civil court in Ankara for the return of video material containing an interview with a Turkish minister.
Immediately following the recording of a television interview with the Turkish minister of youth and sports, Akif Cagatay Kilic, for DW's talk show "Conflict Zone," Turkish authorities confiscated the video footage.
A documentary about the Greek star conductor Teodor Currentzis will premiere on DW on Saturday, September 17. The film focusing on the director and the top Russian orchestra MusicAeterna is a co-production.
"Saigas in distress" is the title of a new multimedia report by Deutsche Welle about the mass extinction of the endangered Kazakh antelope.
What about new kid on the block Leipzig? How will eastern Germany’s sole representative fare in their debut season? You can get the answers to all these questions on DW’s flagship sports show The Bundesliga.
At the start of Germany's Bundesliga football season, DW announced the live radio broadcast in Africa of matches via FM. Commentators will follow one match in DW's two most successful African broadcast languages.
DW has terminated its working relationship with a freelancer from the Arabic Department, with immediate effect. The colleague published a post on his private Facebook page, unmistakably calling for a criminal offence.
Dozens of segments from the wall were now discovered in a trash sorting facility in Berlin by a Deutsche Welle reporter.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has recorded a marked increase in its audience reach over the last year. 135 million people watch, listen to or use DW programs and services at least once a week, compared to 118 million in 2015.
Nearly two years after Yosri Fouda, one of the most renowned journalists in the Arab world, had to cancel his show on Egyptian TV, DW enables the investigative journalist to once again address his viewers in the region.
Ahmed al-Basheer, satirist from Iraq, Aeham Ahmed, Syrian pianist, Ammar Abo Bakr, Egyptian street artist, as well as German musicians Samy Deluxe and Fetsum discussed the effects of art on politics.
Limbourg greeted more than 2,000 guests from over 100 countries, including representatives from a number of partner broadcasters, at the media conference from the German international broadcaster.
Germany's President Joachim Gauck speaks to the Global Media Forum 2016 at Deutsche Welle:
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