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Traffic jams, unemployment, and integration. There are numerous problems in Germany's Ruhr area. But a new government is about to be elected in North Rhine-Westphalia. DW examines the country's most populous state.
The people of Youngstown are fed up. These rock solid Democrats are looking for something new. Peter Geoghegan reports from the 'Rust Belt' town where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is gaining ground.
Germany's rust belt was once SPD heartland. But their poll numbers are tumbling ahead of regional elections, thwarting hopes to unseat Chancellor Merkel in September. DW's Elizabeth Schumacher reports from Oberhausen.
On November 6, 2017, Paul Biya marks three and a half decades as president of Cameroon. The authoritarian head of state is one of the longest serving leaders in the world. Cameroonians sharply differ over his legacy.
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