Dirk Plähn cleans up the things that make most people feel horrified: body parts, pools of blood, traces of accidents. The "state-certified disinfector" is a tough man to shock, but he says he still hasn't gotten used to the smell of death.
The women broke down as they toured the Kuala Lumpur airport as part of their murder trial. Both maintain that they were tricked into smearing the deadly chemical agent, after being told it was a harmless prank.
As security becomes increasingly prioritized by German politicians, Berlin's Alexanderplatz has been dubbed one of the capital's most dangerous spots. DW's Kate Brady accompanied Berlin police on a Saturday night patrol.
Hundreds of police officers have moved to raid apartments and seize property of a Hells Angels' charter in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The Concrete City biker club is said to include "proven criminals."
The exhibition "Bloody soil. Scenes of NSU crimes" at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin features the locations of right-wing murders. DW spoke with photographer Regina Schmeken and found out how the project impacted her.
© 2017 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version