Martje Salju blows her horn every evening - six nights a week at a height of 75 meters. She's the first tower watchwoman at Münster's St. Lamberti church, a job held exclusively by men since 1379.
At school, Jens Spahn said he aimed to become chancellor one day. At 22, he won a seat in Germany's parliament. Today, critics of Angela Merkel's centrist approach in the CDU are pinning their hopes on the 37-year-old.
Seyran Ates, the attorney, author and women's rights activist, has opened a Berlin mosque that preaches religious freedom and equality. It's a brave statement of tolerance in an age of increasing fundamentalism.
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