Studio Talk with Dr. Ulf Marnitz
It may sound like something out of Frankenstein, but it’s a milestone in the field of brain surgery. By implanting micro-electrodes in the brain, doctors can prevent the trembling that accompanies Parkinson’s disease.
Tatyana Felgenhauer, a well-known journalist for Russia's top independent radio station Ekho Moskvy, has been stabbed in the throat by a man who burst into her studio. Felgenhauer is in an induced coma in hospital.
Scorpions have a bad reputation. Namibian scorpion researcher Martin Handjaba says it's unjustified. He tells DW about their painful stings, why they glow under UV light and why we shouldn't kill them.
The low-cost Irish airline has suffered its most turbulent period, with almost a million individual flight cancellations announced in the space of two weeks. But what’s behind the drama and can the carrier soar again?
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