A Syrian Kurd once held captive by "Islamic State" is now trying to help expose extremists hiding among refugees in Germany. Masoud Aqil talks to DW about his efforts.
Women make up over half the world's population, but you wouldn't know it from reading the news or watching TV. With women's voices put on mute, even at DW, the media can't claim to provide the whole picture.
More than a week after murdered councilwoman Marielle Franco was laid to rest in Rio de Janeiro, the dust is far from settling. Brazil has been confronted with its inequalities, Donna Bowater and Priscilla Moraes report.
Great performance for the New Palace. From mid-June, the new exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the fall of the Prussian monarchy in 1918 will be shown there, and extensive restoration work is underway.
The creation of a new pan-African free trade zone is intended to pave the way for the world's largest interstate market. But there are still hurdles to be overcome, says DW's Ludger Schadomsky.
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