Two thirds of medical students are women. But there are very few female doctors in leadership positions. Just ten percent make it to the top of their profession.
Chief physician Doris Henne-Bruns says that should be changed. Report by Anja Kimmig.
From the throne to jail: Erich Honecker was hunted, homeless, exiled and jailed in his last years of life. The former East German strongman fell with his state. He was arrested on July 29,1992.
Kabul's Darul Aman Palace was originally built to house Afghanistan's parliament. Men riddled the building with bullets during four decades of war, leaving it in ruins. Now women are putting the palace back together.
For the first time in Germany, a museum is publically digging into the colonial roots of its own collection. Curator Julia Binter tells DW how looking at the past can change how we view "foreigners" today.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic party has published a new position paper ahead of the 2017 parliamentary election as it battles a public surge to the right.
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