At the tender age of 30, engineer Kathrin Marx is in charge of some of the largest construction projects in the southwestern German city of Mainz. She says she's not cowed by highway bridges, church steeples or chemical plants.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition is set for a two-thirds majority in Sunday's election, according to exit polls. Abe says his imminent task is to deal with the crisis over North Korea.
The United Nations has been teaming up with companies to reach its development goals. Critics think that’s a horrible idea. DW spoke to Cloe Franko, a political activist who calls the initiative a "PR scheme."
RB Leipzig had a light schedule when they came second last season but that's not the case anymore. With fixtures in three competitions against some big clubs coming up in October, their strength in depth will be tested.
For months now the media in Madrid have taken a hardline course against the Catalan independence referendum. The Spanish government's response to the vote on Sunday inspired a change of heart.
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