She loves pink and adorns her motorcycle with it. Mai-lin Senf is one of the world's few stuntwomen. We learn more about her passion for adventure.
DW's Klaus Krämer explains how Martin Luther's publication of 95 Theses against so-called "indulgences" in the Catholic Church started a religious revolution.
They worship the same God, but the principles of their faith are different. Five hundred years after the Reformation, there are still painful divisions between Protestants and Catholics.
Once a place of horror, the secret prison island of Yaros in the Aegean Sea may soon have a new lease on life. But after a long and painful past, the transformation is no easy task.
Messaging service company Snap has gone public on Wall Street. Investors helped the stock take off the ground, but the IPO entails a number of risks, as the firm's business model is weak, argues DW's Sophie Schimansky.
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