Mustard was highly prized by the Chinese 3000 years ago. Even today, mustard-making is an art and there are hundreds of varieties. Ruth Breuer has taken over her family’s mustard-making business and still uses their traditional recipes.
Once a craft practiced by village women, "tatreez" has become a symbol of women's resistance, identity and heritage. Fatima Abbadi, who spent years exploring its rich and turbulent history, told DW how that happened.
Hailing from Syria, Afghanistan and Eastern Europe, they attend the same integration class in their new home. Despite different backgrounds, these high school students all have one thing in common: motivation to succeed.
The police shooting in Minneapolis was condemned in Australia, where Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull labeled it "shocking" and "inexplicable." The victim's family supported the charges as "one step toward justice."
The French Front National's congress this weekend is an attempt to relaunch the far-right party ahead of next year's European elections. But can the party regain its mainstream appeal? Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
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