Christina Ijabla was kidnapped by Boko Haram in Nigeria two years ago and managed to escape from a prison camp about a month ago. She spoke to DW about her life in captivity and the fate of the Chibok girls.
On DW's "Conflict Zone," Macedonia's Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki told host Michel Friedman that "we want to join the European Union and want to be part of the European answer."
Europe's relationship to Russia; attacks against journalists in Turkey and the refugee crisis – these are only a few of the issues that the Deutsche Welle (DW) Global Media Forum will take up in Bonn from June 13 to 15.
Writer and pro-democracy activist Dr. Alaa Al-Aswany has been named a columnist for DW. Starting May 24, the author will publish a weekly debate piece in Arabic about pressing political and social issues.
Deutsche Welle's flagship channel is now available 24/7 in Washington DC as well as being broadcast nationwide via satellite in HD.
In its 12th annual award, Deutsche Welle honors exemplary online activists and their work from around the world with "The Bobs – Best of Online Activism." The winners hail from Bangladesh, Iran, Germany and India.
On its tour through Arab cities, DW's "Shababtalk" visited Doha, Qatar. Host Jaafar Abdul Karim and his guests discussed allegations of bribery and inhumane treatment of workers in regard to the Football World Cup 2022.
Co-leader of the German Green Party Cem Özdemir was the guest on this week's edition of "Conflict Zone." He told host Tim Sebastian that he thought Angela Merkel's policy on Turkey was one of her biggest defeats.
On DW's "Conflict Zone," Turkey's EU Ambassador Selim Yenel told host Tim Sebastian that his government was "very patient" regarding EU membership.
The award honors a person or initiative taking a stand for human rights and freedom of expression. DW will be awarding the Freedom of Speech Award 2016 to Sedat Ergin, editor-in-chief of the Turkish daily "Hürriyet".
Deutsche Welle and Channels TV celebrated the launch of their coproduction Eco@Africa in Abuja, Nigeria.
"There will be a deployment of NATO troops on the territory of the Eastern flank," Poland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski told DW host Michel Friedman on this week's "Conflict Zone."
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta is calling for reform of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Otherwise Kenya might consider pulling out of the institution, Kenyatta told DW.
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