Said Haider from Hamburg is of Afghan heritage and a practicing Muslim. He's studying law, and also volunteers with an organization working to integrate Muslims into German society.
As Berlin grapples with rising property prices, scores of squatters have taken over several residential buildings. In response, the owner of one empty building was willing to grant them a lease — with certain conditions.
Propelled by a worsening political and economic crisis, more than a million Venezuelans have emigrated across the globe in search for a better life. DW talked to two young Venezuelans living in the city of Cologne.
After decades of disappointment, England revolutionized its youth development program. In 2017 the young Lions lifted world and European trophies. How did they do it? And can the changes translate to the senior team?
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier asked the Shiite leaders what their communities were doing to fight hostility against Jews. The conversation took place amid fears of rising anti-Semitism in Germany.
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