Deutsche Welle has expanded the reach of its long-established Arabic-language TV channel, which is now available in Europe. The main objective is to help the hundreds of thousands of refugees coming to Germany learn more about their host nation.
State television showed Ilmars Rimsevics arriving at the anti-corruption agency where he was questioned for more than seven hours. The prime minister said there was no danger for the financial system.
Fragments of speech and ethereal sounds reach the ears of passers-by in Bonn's government district: It's an installation developed by Norwegian artist Maia Urstad out of over 60 years of broadcasting activity.
DW's 10-part TV series follows German award-winning entrepreneur Fridtjof Detzner on a journey through Asia. Looking for visionary ideas, he meets with startup founders working on innovative and inspiring solutions.
Armed gunmen broke into the Kabul offices of 24-hour satellite TV station Shamshad after setting off explosions. Within hours, security forces brought the latest attack on Afghan media offices to an end.
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