Markus Mössler repairs bicycles in a van he's converted into a mobile workshop. He offers his services regularly at various places in Munich and even makes house calls. Sometimes he works until late at night because the demand is so great.
Yoshinori Ohsumi won this year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for unraveling the mechanism of autophagy. He showed the amazing process through which cells dispose of their waste.
In its 115-year history, the Nobel Prize has endured just one innovation - the prize in economic sciences. It could use an update. It needs a dedicated prize for computer science, says Zulfikar Abbany.
Germany is taking on an important, pioneering role to combat the worst of abuse on social media. Facebook may hate it, and some legitimate concerns apply, but doing nothing is not an option, says DW's Jefferson Chase.
Feeling foreign was one of writer Peter Härtling's favorite subjects - because he experienced it himself as an orphaned war deportee. The acclaimed German author has passed away at the age of 83.
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