Why German researchers are concerned about the future with Donald Trump in the White House? Also on Spectrum: North and South Korea are divided by far more than political resentment - we're going to look at how differently people in the two Koreas speak. And finally - ever wonder how blue jeans are made? We're going to meet the northernmost producer of jeans in the world - in Norway.
A federally-funded program in the US helps reformed white supremacists get out of ethnonationalist movements. It was founded and is run by former right-wing extremists themselves.
Jakarta has been hit hard by hours of heavy torrential rain, flooding the capital's streets and submerging thousands of homes. It isn't immediately clear how many have been displaced by the flooding.
Head of Germany's populist AfD party meets with Russian officials in Moscow. DW News speaks to correspondents in Moscow and Berlin to ask why Frauke Petry is paying high-level Russian politicians a visit in the year of the German election.
The latest figures reveal that foreign investments fell in January in China. That's something Beijing seems keen to play down. But it also says that it wants to make China more attractive for foreign companies, and plans to open up opportunities in new sectors.
With his authentic yet surreal portraits, South African photographer Pieter Hugo reaches out to the marginalized. His exhibition, "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" is now on at the Wolfsburg Kunstmuseum.
The London exhibition "Robots" presents the most exciting humanoid robots of the last 500 years. Today, robots look and act more like humans than ever before.
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One of California's strongest storms in years, dubbed a "bombogenesis" or "weather bomb", has hit the state, killing two and bringing torrential rain and flash floods.
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The award-winning filmmaker Margarethe von Trotta has been referred to as a "leading force" of the New German Cinema movement. As she turns 75, here are the main stations of her career.
US-backed Iraqi forces have pushed towards western Mosul in an offensive against IS.
From its unique towns and cities to its untamed wilderness, Alaska has plenty to offer. Travel through the northernmost US state by train and embark upon fascinating excursions into Alaska’s natural world.
Rio is getting it's dancing shoes ready for Rio is getting it's dancing shoes ready for this year's Carnival. But after years of economic crisis, revelers are pinching their pennies and putting the squeeze on local businesses.
After two years of war in Yemen, hundreds of thousands of children are severely malnourished as famine looms.
The times when coaches smoked on the sidelines were Hamburg's glory days. They were also Thomas Berthold's teenage years. He enjoyed the Clasico between HSV and Munich, and sees a tiny glimmer of hope for a return to that rivalry.
What a surprising emotional outburst. The Italian rock has woken up in Berlin. Carlo Ancelotti sticks up his middle finger at Hertha’s fans. Thomas Berthold remembers quite a similar case and offers a clear opinion.
Drive it! looks at vehicles from VW, Volvo, Mazda, Citroen, and goes for a spin in a classic Renault.
Protesters in London are demonstrating against a planned state visit from US President Donald Trump.
Maria Justina Minila Sampathraj or "Mee-nee" is an Indian pastry chef competing with the very best at the World Championships in the French city of Lyon. This despite the fact that European desserts like fancy cakes have little tradition in India.
Finland is currently testing whether providing everyone with a basic income would be a feasible concept. Supporters say it'll have to come anyway with the advance of robotics. Others are not so sure.
Martin Schulz is in the running for the position of German Chancellor. On September 24, he will go head to head with Angela Merkel. This portrait is an insight into his life - he speaks about his political career and personal principles.
Sarah talks about beats and musical borders with Germany´s top electronic and club music composer - the DJ and producer, Henrik Schwarz. He combines his music and the classical world with the German Chamber Orchestra.
President Donald Trump announced Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster will take over for Michael Flynn, who resigned as National Security Advisor after just weeks on the job following questionable contact with Russian government officials. A veteran of both Iraq wars, McMaster has no known ties to Trump and is considered an independent-minded officer.
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