German federal prosecutors are investigating evidence of chemical warfare in Syria. DW and Der Spiegel gained exclusive access to witnesses and documents that form part of the landmark inquiry.
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When coronavirus deniers pose as victims of alleged Nazi methods to justify their actions, it's all about the prerogative of interpretation. We have to stand up to such nonsense, says Martin Muno.
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Dubravka Šimonovic spoke to DW about the reality and implications of gender-based violence against female journalists.
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Last week, news and background information on the U.S. election on the DW websites accounted for about a quarter of the total usage. From November 3 to 8, DW provided comprehensive multimedia programs in 30 languages.
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DW correspondent Blaise Dariustone was threatened and physically attacked on Friday, November 27 in Chad's capital N'djamena by security forces in the studios of FM Liberté, a partner station of Deutsche Welle.
Celebrating Beethoven's 250th, an international festival is creating movement in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, despite the pandemic. DW was there.
Just in time for the U.S. presidential elections in early November, a new fact-checking team was formed in DW's Editorial Lead, Information and News department.
Aspiring international journalists can apply online until November 27. The 18-month traineeship will begin in September 2021.
The new “Insomnia” campaign will highlight DW’s many initiatives for freedom and human rights – accessible in 23 languages, online and via social media.
The two-day digital conference Diversity 2020 by the Charta der Vielfalt initiative and publisher Der Tagesspiegel starts today. Zahra Nedjabat, Jaafar Abdul Karim and Chiponda Chimbelu will participate on behalf of DW.
Spear-phishing e-mails have gotten more and more sophisticated and extremely difficult to detect. We strongly advise recipients of e-mails from an alleged DW sender to get in touch with DW.
The Turkish-language program +90 is now available on Instagram. The joint project of DW, BBC, France24 and Voice of America was launched in April 2019 and has already over 342,000 subscribers.
Taking their motto "Confronting the Powerful" very seriously, hosts Tim Sebastian and Sarah Kelly pull international political decision-makers and experts out of their comfort zone and onto the "hot seat" every week.
Since mid-August Yalda Zarbakhch has been in charge of DW‘s Farsi Service. The political, social and media develoments in her native Iran have impacted the journalist's life from the very beginning.
From September 1, Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi heads the Dari and Pashto Service. The 32-year-old joined DW in 2010 and has worked in the Programs for Asia and the English-speaking social media team, among others.
Follow a group of young budding reporters from across the continent as they discover more about the people and issues that impact them. In this first installment, 14-year-old Silvia Adhiambo tells the story of a young tutor helping kids with their math studies in Nairobi's Kibera slum.
This month's highlights include a selection of documentaries on Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the impact of global warming on the Arctic and the career and politics of Pope Pius XII.
Learning German can be quite a challenge. But help is at hand! Meet the Germans host Rachel Stewart shares her favorite German language hacks.
The Rocket Factory Augsburg is out to conquer the pocket-rocket market using 3D printing. And a German-based EU program uses micro-satellites to revolutionize climate research, communications and Earth observation.
The dance company SZENE 2WEI brings together performers with and without disabilities. Jörg, a dancer with Down syndrome, is training with the company. He wants to be a professional dancer. The company sees his talent rather than any disability.
Does a planet belong to the country that first landed there? The Outer Space Treaty says no!
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Germany's international broadcaster DW is actively fighting against censorship using the software Psiphon. The latest update of the DW app for iOS has integrated the software.
This issue of DW's corporate magazine Weltzeit explores the impact of an unprecedented pandemic on media and society, and the role of a well-informed public in fighting global injustices such as racism and repression.
Join the Global Media Forum 2020 on November 23 for a virtual session discussing revenue models for media organizations in a world of digital competition. The session begins at 14:30 (UTC+1).
In Latin America, being an environmental activist is more dangerous than ever. A network of journalists across the continent has been documenting the scourge of violence, trying to bring global attention to the issue.
DW journalists come from 60 nations and work in 30 languages. Diversity is at the heart of what they do. Here they share what diversity means to them in their everyday work.
In 2018, we launched the DW Freedom project to strengthen our support of freedom of speech and media freedom.
DW Director General Peter Limbourg: 'The Freedom of Speech Award 2020 is dedicated to all courageous journalists worldwide who are suffering repressions because of their reporting on the pandemic."
Promoting media freedom worldwide: That is the mission of the DW Akademie. In an interview with Internet portal deutschland.de, Director Carsten von Nahmen explained the importance of this mission.
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