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.
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.
Fatih Akin's "In the Fade" has been shortlisted for the Academy Awards' best foreign language film — one out of nine films selected for the category.
The 16,000-square meter settlement had a fuel factory when it was part of communist East Germany. But the village started decaying after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
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