23-year-old Soufeina Hamed draws comics about her life as a Muslim. She's often confronted by prejudice and stereotypes in everyday life. She tells about it in illustrated stories full of humor and self-irony.
Dubbed "the German answer to 'Stranger Things,'" Netflix's first original German-language series, "Dark," offers a daring and angst-ridden confirmation of a TV renaissance in the country.
As 70th anniversary ceremonies for the state of Israel commence, DW looks back at seven decades of German-Israeli relations. The two countries remain firm allies, but their friendship is uniquely fraught by history.
A prominent US think tank has projected that Muslims' share of the population in Europe will rise. Excluding migration, the researchers expect Muslims to make up 7.4 percent of Europe's population by mid-century.
It is the most famous German film production company: Founded in 1917, Ufa produced films that remain great classics — as well as works of propaganda for the Nazis.
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