In an exclusive DW interview, German Chancellor Merkel criticized US President Trump for his remarks at the UN General Assembly.
Peter Limbourg, DG of DW, met with Marie-Christine Saragosse, the director general of France Médias Monde, in Berlin. They agreed on a closer cooperation in order to convey European values to a young audience.
With only a few days to go until the German national election, Deutsche Welle provided insight into the campaign for its viewers around the world with a unique live TV debate.
The Egyptian authorities have blocked access to the Deutsche Welle information platform without prior notice. "Qantara.de" is not the first website to fall foul of the regime.
Tens of thousands of users in and from Africa, the Middle East as well as Afghanistan and Pakistan have used the online platform "InfoMigrants" since its launch four months ago.
On July 15 DW will launch a multi-media project focusing on classical music. The project features conductor
Alondra de la Parra as both protagonist and reporter in a series of 26 web videos and six television shows.
The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany's foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria to hold the police officers involved accountable.
A traveling exhibition featuring the work of seven conflict photographers opened as part of the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum in Bonn on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
Prominent experts from the media, politics and NGOs called upon the media to step up their efforts for gender equality and diversity at the Global Media Forum.
Today Deutsche Welle launched a story series for young Africans. The project, sponsored by the Gerda Henkel Foundation, will present 25 outstanding personalities of African history as a web comic and radio portraits.
DW Director General Peter Limbourg presented this year’s Freedom of Speech Award to Jeff Mason, president of the White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA), at the Global Media Forum in Bonn on June 19.
A group of the world’s leading international broadcasters is supporting a new website that helps internet users around the world bypass internet censorship.
“I have a message for all despots, autocrats and dictators: You will not oppress freedom of speech forever. Freedom of speech is stronger than you.” With these words, DW Director General Peter Limbourg opened the GMF.
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