A Man Can Make a Difference - Benjamin Ferencz’s Fight for Justice - Part 2
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On this edition of Euromaxx Highlights
A moment of hope: The Scorpions play a big concert in Paris after the terror attacks. Artist Ólafur Eliasson illuminates a baroque palace. And: British adventurer Sarah Outen circles the northern hemisphere.
Guest auditor program for asylum seekers | Brussels - a ‘Jihad Central’ in Belgium? | Egypt tourism industry hit by flight ban | India: Program to end violence against women
Tracking the Climate - Around the World with Bernice Notenboom, Part 2
Everyone is talking about climate change. But what happens when a natural system suddenly flips out of balance? We accompany Dutch adventurer and science journalist Bernice Notenboom on a journey around the globe.
100 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing global projects that combat climate change.
Travel destinations on Discover Germany are Munich, Hamburg, the Ruhr region and Aachen.
Doctors from the aid organization Emergency treat war victims, refugees and other needy people. The French are refusing to give up their way of life despite the terror attacks in Paris.
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.
Sarah is in Vienna to discover the secrets of the Viennese Waltz. Expert dance instructor Thomas Schäfer-Elmayer sweeps her off her feet and live waltzes are provided by the ensemble The Philharmonics.
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