Jens Philippi runs a small plant nursery in Saarbrücken, and has made it policy to hire staff members with disabilities. In recognition of his work, he’s now won an award from the state of Saarland.
Petty thieves are stoned, burglars are beaten to death or lynched. In many African countries citizens administer justice because they have little trust in the police.
Millions struggle with tropical diseases causing blindness and other disabilities. DW talks to expert Martin Kollmann about getting vital drugs to the communities that need them the most - amid war, famine and unrest.
What does it cost the state to take in refugees? Germany's Heinrich Böll Foundation has looked into this issue. The result: Immigration can even turn a profit, Dorothee Schulte-Basta said in an interview with DW.
A semilegal industry traffics in ghostwritten Ph.D. dissertations for 2,000 euros a pop, a cross-border investigation has found. Aleksandar Manasiev reports from Macedonia and Semir Mujkić in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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