Former ultra-orthodox Jew and best-selling author Deborah Feldman in the Interview
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An award-winning pastry chef, a scenic train ride through the Alps and the magical Swedish capital Stockholm.
We report on terror in Europe and living with the threat of terror in Israel. We also look at efforts to fight HIV in Burkina Faso and a campaign to end the practice of instant divorce in India.
Richard Wagner and the Jews
The composer Richard Wagner was rabidly anti-Semitic. Nevertheless, Jews artists were among his biggest supporters. How can one explain this contradiction?
100 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing global projects that combat climate change.
Alex and Rebecca Giraud experienced the terror attacks in Nice first hand. They run a restaurant where the victims took refuge. How can they carry on after witnessing such horror? Can life ever go back to normal?
Our Summer Docs series presents the best Arts.21 documentaries from recent months. We start with “Close-up 2016” about four filmmakers from three continents who participated in the Berlinale Talents event.
DW's popular TV-magazine on European issues returns with a totally revamped Facebook page. Completely refurbished in design and feel, including a crew of fresh, young presenters.
384 trombone players gather in New York to try and break a flashmob world record during the 2016 International Trombone Festival.
Wacken Metal Battle 2015: Shiraz Lane (Finland), The Loudest Silence (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Dash the Effort (Bulgaria)
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