Leaving home to flee to another country is one of the most existential and arduous experiences one can make - especially when you're 80 years old, sick and the refugee camp you've been heading to, is full.
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Conditions for journalists around the globe deteriorated in two thirds of the world's countries, according to an annual report from Reporters Without Borders.
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The "first daughter" of the U.S. joined a panel discussion at a women empowerment summit in Berlin.
Today a donor conference for Yemen starts in Geneva. After nearly three years of a fierce civil war and foreign military intervention, Yemen is threatened by a huge hunger crisis.
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For several nights, thousands of young people in Serbia have been protesting against Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic.
Images of war and terror are almost all the world sees of Afghanistan these days. But with the arrival of spring, joy and hope rejuvenate the capital, as it celebrates Nowruz, says DW's Nabila Karimi-Alekozai.
Yuliya Samoylova calls it a lifelong dream to sind at the ESC. But as it’s taking place in Kyiv, it may not come true.
For decades FARC guerilla fighters were not allowed to have romantic relationships. Now they are catching up.
Women can't change tires? "Of course we can," says DW's Manasi Gopalakrishnan.
Divas do share! Adele and her little gramophone - for DW's Sertan Sanderson, it is the #DWmypic of the week.
President Trump issued an executive order and Yalda Zarbakhch suddenly couldn't travel to the US any more. The German-Iranian DW reporter finds solace in a picture from Chicago's O'Hare airport.
#DWmypic: Abu-Bakarr Jalloh says that the people from Gambia can hope for better times.
Trump's son-in-law is going to be a senior adviser to him. DW's Nancy Isenson says Trump appears to have trust issues.
People are still dying in Aleppo, and there are not enough doctors in the Syrian city. DW's Falah Elias has described what is happening as ethnic cleansing and has asked what the international community is doing about it.
Football is considered the biggest passion in Brazil. After soccer team Chapecoense's tragic plane crash, a whole nation is mourning. DW journalist Philip Verminnen is devastated, too.
Donald Trump shows that he will govern as he campaigned: unpredictably and with many contradictions.
DW's Nancy Isenson says election promises are detached from reality.
An estimated 7,000 people lived in tents and huts in Calais in northern France. Police have now closed the camp, refugees are on the road again. For Rob Mudge, this picture symbolizes Europe's failure to address the refugee crisis.
DW's Jessie Wingard will never forget the faces of the scientists when Schiaparelli failed to send a signal.
They are the biggest ethnic group in Ethiopia but they are rarely heard: The Oromo people are demanding their rights.
The international community pledged over $15 billion in aid to Afghanistan.
More than 33,000 Jews were killed by the Nazis in Babyn Yar in Kyiv.
Brangelina's break-up gets more attention than some terror attacks. Do we have a right to judge, asks DW's Kate Müser.
DW reporter Shamil Shams finds it difficult to come to terms with a tradition of ritual slaughter.
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