Freelance journalist Alexander Burakov, who reports from Belarus for DW, was sentenced to twenty days in prison by a court today.
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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.
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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.
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This month's highlights include documentaries on Germany's car industry and the competition for living space in China's cities. Euromaxx offers insights into what is probably the most famous perfume in the world.
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To celebrate the German Diversity Day 2021, DW would like to invite you to a virtual tour of the offices and studios of Germany's international broadcaster.
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.
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.
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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.
DW’s Undercurrent was a newsletter pilot project that ran in 2021. Every Thursday the Undercurrent team brought you closer to the stories that shape our world, with our global network of correspondents and contributors.
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.
Irene Khan fears for the lives of journalists - especially women. As UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of expression, she observes a worrying trend - and fights to reverse it.
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On this week's show, Spain grapples with the environmental impact of the renewable energy boom. Young entrepreneurs in Kenya discover how a tiny critter can make a big impact on food waste. And Mexico takes the lead in kicking the herbicide glyphosate to the curb for the sake of its native bees.
Gynecologists in Germany want pregnant women to be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccinations. But there is confusion about the facts. Here is what you need to know.
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The DW Global Media Forum 2021 will explore 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.
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