By 2018 there will be half a million people living on the streets in Germany. One man from Cologne is doing his bit to help - with a novel project called Little Home.
Women take charge of men on Carnival Thursday by cutting off their ties and giving them a kiss. The tradition hails from an era when women's rights didn't exist. This year, the #MeToo movement is also leaving its mark.
The unrest at the turnstiles and the delayed kickoff in London as FC Cologne returned to European football quickly turned the Billy Goats' fans into media scapegoats. DW's Felix Tamsut says this ire is largely misplaced.
A start-up program set up in Barcelona designed to help homeless people set up their own business based on their skills is proving to be a success. Hagar Jobse reports from Barcelona.
Peter Maffay, a popular German musician, has been honored with the Buber-Rosenzweig Medal for his public opposition to racism. His award kicked off a weeklong event promoting dialogue between Christians and Jews.
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