DW visits a high school in what's known as a "problem area" of Berlin. With less than half of the year ten students expected to pass their final exams, we meet one young woman who's determined to succeed, and find out how she does it.
Ironically, it's a state institution, the University of Havana, that's running communist-ruled Cuba's first startup incubator. It's supported by the Humboldt University of Berlin. Andreas Knobloch went to visit.
Almost half of all Kenyans can't afford to consult a doctor when they fall sick. A team of young Kenyan IT specialists came up with a prize-winning plan to change that.
In an exclusive interview with DW, Salomon Kalou has said he wants to extend his stay in Berlin beyond 2017. However, the former Chelsea striker still hopes to end his career where it started: at Dutch club Feyenoord.
A third of German businesses are unable to fill all trainee positions available. One reason is that more young Germans are going to university rather than take up apprenticeships after finishing high school.
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