Italian Parmesan is probably the world's most famous cheese. But today this cheese-making industry is kept alive by immigrants from India. It is thanks to them that the traditional Italian dairy-product is still available.
Nearly every day, there are attacks on the few foreigners in Poland. The opposition blames the country's ruling right-wing nationalist party, whose leaders rarely dissociate themselves from racist violence.
For all the A-listers hitting the Berlinale red carpet this week, Berlin continues to host the most public, and provocative, major film event in Europe.
Language is a matter of survival, says Chinese-British author Guo Xiaolu, ahead of the International Literature Festival in Berlin. She tells DW about writing in English, and why she thinks refugees are good for Europe.
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