Traditional trades are attracting fewer and fewer young people in Germany; every fifth German youth fails to complete high school. So the southern city of Würzburg is trying to encourage drop-outs to get into trades.
On April 9, 2003, US soldiers toppled the statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad. Fifteen years later we know that this war cost hundreds of thousands of lives, plunged the Middle East into chaos — and was based on lies.
Three months after police cracked an online pedophile ring in southwestern Germany, the first suspect is facing court. Police in Freiburg said it was one of the most serious child abuse cases they've ever investigated.
It is a historic moment for Cuba: the end of the Castro era. But despite the change in power, people in the country are under no illusions that their problems will disappear, writes Yoani Sanchez.
Several hundred flights from Germany's main airports have been canceled, affecting an estimated 90,000 passengers. Public sector workers across the country are demanding a pay rise of six percent.
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