There are more students at Germany's universities than ever, but children from working-class families are a rarity. The social network "arbeiterkind.de" aims to remedy that situation.
In a historical investigation, prominent US university Princeton unveils darker, unknown aspects of its past: the institution's involvement in slavery. DW talks with Professor Martha Sandweiss, who started the project.
A different lapel flower worn by the far-right at the opening of Austria’s new parliament hasn't gone unnoticed. FPÖ members wore edelweiss while denying that their past displays of blue cornflowers had Nazi overtones.
US governors, mayors and business leaders have come to the UN climate summit in Germany to show they care about saving the planet. They say President Trump's climate inaction is a slap in the face to the American people.
Over 10 years in the making, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the offshoot of the famous Paris art museum in the United Arab Emirates, claims to be the first truly global collection in the Arab world. Discover some highlights here.
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