A car dealership in Berlin offers a course exclusively for women that teaches participants how to jump-start engines and change tires. As it turns out, women are just as good at car maintenance as men.
Under the shadow of an ongoing tallying dispute in Kenya’s presidential election, three women are set to become governors. However, there is still a long road to go as far as female representation is concerned.
As a big exporter of goods, Germany is dependent on efficient infrastructure. Therefore, it's little surprise that China's new Silk Road project is also seen as important in Berlin. But too many questions remain open.
State-run schools in the kingdom are now set to begin offering the courses for girls later this year. It is part of a liberalization process in the conservative Islamic country and a response to growing rates of obesity.
Six cities, two reporters, one question: What matters most to Germans ahead of the 2017 federal elections? Sumi Somaskanda and Nina Haase are hitting the road to find out.
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