Alfredo Romero is an attorney from Venezuela. When a man came to him whose son had been killed in a demonstration against the government, Romero became a human rights activist.
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The German Bundesliga champions are in Qatar for their winter training camp. In an interview with DW, Human Rights Watch’s Wenzel Michalski criticizes the trip, urging the club to publicly address human rights issues.
During a tense press conference in Paris, Turkey's Erdogan said journalists are "gardeners" of terrorism and got into a spat with a French reporter. France's Macron said he raised concerns about human rights in Turkey.
Images of violence and mass arrests in Tunisia recall scenes from the country's 2011 Jasmine Revolution. But Tunisians can now demonstrate just how robust their new democracy really is, says DW's Bachir Amroune.
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