In Osnabrück, homeless people give tours of the places where they spend their days and nights. The project organized by social services is designed to raise awareness of the plight of homeless people.
The terror attack in Barcelona has not prevented locals and tourists from taking to the streets and showing their solidarity. Anna Gumbau reports from the Catalonian capital.
Life on Monday returned to normal in most of Kenya, despite a call for a strike by the opposition. It insists the elections were rigged and refused to concede defeat, raising fears of more violence.
A judge at the High Court in London is hearing new evidence before ruling on whether a critically ill child should be sent for treatment to the US or be taken off life support. The case has drawn world attention.
We like to think our online and offline lives are separate things. But we're way past that. Our digital lives are now totally intertwined. "Twitter and Tear Gas" author Zeynep Tufekci tells DW why.
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