What’s a girl to do when her favorite handbag gets torn or stained? Throw it out? No way! "Zebra" in Berlin mends damaged purses. Demand is soaring - these days, there’s a 4-week-long waiting list!
New judiciary reforms in Poland will undermine the rule of law. Why is the country moving towards a new dictatorship, and where is the resistance? DW's Jan Pallokat reports from Warsaw.
Children have been among those worst hit by "Islamic State" occupation and the battle to liberate Mosul. They suffer malnutrition for lack of food, and toxic stress from the violence they witnessed, Judit Neurink reports
It is a gruesome case, even for long-serving criminologists and psychiatrists. The trial has begun for a couple who lured women into their house and humiliated and tortured them, killing at least two women.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says women’s rights are a priority commitment. But how is he planning on ensuring them and how will he fight corruption, security threats and human rights violations in his country?
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