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 brutal murder of Marielle Franco has triggered protests nationwide and calls for justice. The tragic event has highlighted Brazil's crime problem and the vicious cycle of violence that exists in the favelas.
As the UK and Russia trade Cold War-era barbs over the poison attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal, how are locals at the scene of the crime coping with the public exposure? Samira Shackle reports from Salisbury.
Paint bags were thrown at the Turkish embassy in Berlin under the cover a smoke bomb, according to police. The color of the paint suggests Kurds were behind the act.
Many ties link Germany and Romania, and now the Eastern European country is guest of honor at the Leipzig Book Fair. While corruption affects its developing economy, Romania's rich cultural scene offers reasons to hope.
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