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The practices of Indian business family Gupta have been a hot topic in South Africa for years. Investigative journalists now say German software giant SAP also paid bribes to a Gupta company.
As India celebrates the 70th anniversary of its independence from British rule, many of the tasks the nation's founding fathers set for the leadership and people remain unfulfilled, says DW correspondent Kuldeep Kumar.
Essma Ben Hamida, co-founder of Tunisian microcredit institution Enda, was present when Ivanka Trump helped launch a loan program for women at the recent G20 summit in Hamburg. DW spoke to her in Tunis.
The FDP is poised to make a comeback in the upcoming German election. But how does one best describe the politics of Angela Merkel's potential kingmaker? Are they liberal, libertarian, both or neither? DW digs deep.
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