We talk to Dr. Parvis Mir-Salim about the problem of chronic otitis media
The trains in Germany don't always run on time, despite the stereotype, writes Syrian columnist Rim Dawa. But living in Germany has turned her into an on-time morning person. All it took was a little respect.
The media has become quieter regarding refugees in Greece, but the situation is still difficult. DW spoke with Jochen Ganter, a physician for Doctors without Borders to find out more.
In a new move designed to improve the work and life balance for Japan's employees, the government has announced it will impose an annual cap on overtime hours. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Lawmakers from Burundi's ruling party have endorsed their government's opposition to the proposed deployment of an AU peacekeeping force to their country, where chronic violence is stoking fears of civil war.
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