Foreign journalists reporting on the flood disaster in China have been hindered in their work by normal citizens who feel the reporters are presenting a distorted picture of the country.
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The disappearance of Razan Zaitouneh and her colleagues has been one of the greatest mysteries of the Syrian war — until today. DW's investigative unit hunted clues across six countries to track down the perpetrators.
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Katrin Suder, chair of the German Digital Council, on establishing a federal digital ministry: 'If we put too little or too much responsibility into it, we are creating a bunch of new problems'
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George W. Bush: 'Merkel brought class and dignity to a very important position'
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This month the EU made a landmark decision to ban many single-use plastic products. In most countries, there is no adequate way to dispose of them, yet investments continue to be made in plastic production.
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From July 2, DW's new series HER – Women in Asia will be available progressively across DW platforms. The series portrays the lives and perspectives of diverse women from Asia.
DW Akademie is deeply concerned that its long-time trainer, Andrei Aliaksandrau, has been charged with high treason in Belarus and now faces up to 15 years in prison.
The European Union has many fans among younger people. But also plenty of skeptics. ENTR is a new international social media project for everyone, launched by DW and media partners.
DW's mainly virtual Global Media Forum (GMF) on June 14 and 15 will feature high-profile speakers, guests and participants from more than 160 countries. They will discuss aspects of the theme "Disruption and innovation."
Freelance journalist Alexander Burakov, who regularly reports for DW from Belarus, was released on Tuesday after spending 20 days in detention.
DW stands for independent, value-based reporting that fairly reflects diverse viewpoints. A message from DW's community managers.
Five filmmakers from Ethiopia have been chosen to receive one year of funding, training and mentorship from DW Akademie in a project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
DW's African Roots series portrays 50 personalities from African history. Narrated in African voices, they serve as the basis for audience debates in social media, on the radio, or at historical sites.
Ovuorie is the seventh laureate of the Freedom of Speech Award 2021. The award honors journalists' outstanding commitment to human rights and particularly, freedom of expression in the media.
DW is expanding its journalistic offering with Hungarian as its 31st broadcast language.
DW is expanding its news and information offerings for its target audience in Belarus in Russian and Belarusian.
With @dwnews_lagos, DW News marks its foray into TikTok with the potential to expand to other key markets.
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DW's program The 77 Percent has launched a new English-language Instagram channel. The channel aims to reach even more young people, particularly women, on the African continent.
On Monday, May 10, DW will launch the account dw_stories on Instagram. With a focus on personal and empowering stories from people around the world, dw_stories is already successful on Facebook.
DW has partnered with the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) as part of the NewsSpectrum Fellowship Program.
An exclusive data-driven investigation by DW reveals how Google's image search perpetuates sexist stereotypes. Women from Latin America, eastern Europe and southeast Asia are particularly affected.
Exciting stories on a wide variety of topics from around the globe: DW brings viewers background reports from the worlds of politics, business, science, culture, nature, history, lifestyle and sport.
Starting January 7, DW will be offering five TV magazines with subtitles in Hebrew as part of its comprehensive VoD lineup for audiences in Israel.
This month's highlights include a film with surprising insights into EU decision-making processes. A second film looks at the Ku Klux Klan in the US. In culture show Arts.21, we meet renowned architect Daniel Libeskind.
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Arts 21 meets Oksana Lyniv, the first woman to head the orchestra at the Bayreuth Festival.
A womens fitness center is giving Afghan women a place to build strength, physically and financially.
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Check out the highlights and top speakers that participated in the DW Global Media Forum 2021. We were honored to welcome these renowned voices from around the world to discuss "Disruption and Innovation".
The DW Global Media Forum 2021 explored ways to address disruptions with innovation. In the aftermath of an extraordinary year, we continue to meet challenges head-on with digital solutions and mutual exchange.
"On no account should we let our voice be silenced," DW Freedom of Speech Award laureate Tobore Ovuorie said in Bonn on Monday. Other GMF speakers also called for press freedom and the safety of journalists.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro believes COVID is a joke - but entertainer and YouTuber Felipe Neto is not laughing. He's taking the South American leader to task online, resulting in many followers and haters alike.
In a special award ceremony at the DW in Bonn, DW Director General Peter Limbourg honored the investigative journalist today as part of the Global Media Forum. Ovuorie is the seventh Freedom of Speech Award laureate.
Since 2015, the DW Freedom of Speech Award has honored a media person or initiative that has shown outstanding promotion of freedom rights.
In 2018, we launched the DW Freedom project to strengthen our support of freedom of speech and media freedom.
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