Dispatcher Volker Bauermann is in charge of the railyard of Düsseldorf's public transport system. He makes sure cleaning the trains and trams goes smoothly. The cleaners have just eight minutes for each carriage.
The Bundeswehr's Frankfurt am Main warship is patrolling the Mediterranean as part of the European Union's Operation Sophia. It's a round-the-clock job for the crew. DW's Daniel Pelz followed the night watch.
1.President Wilson,Genf (67,000) |
2.Four Seasons, New York (44,000) |
3.Hilltop Estate Owner’s Accommodation, Laucala Island (40,000) |
4.Grand Hyatt, Cannes (37,500) |
5.Grand Resort Lagonissi, Athens (35,000) |
The North Korean leader's defected relatives have spoken with the Washington Post about the Pyongyang regime. As a child, Kim had a short temper and went on hunger strikes if he didn't get what he wanted, they said.
London Tube staff have walked off the job to protest an extension of service hours for what they consider inadequate compensation. It's the second shutdown of the UK capital's metro service in under a month.
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