Rahiba Rahimi started Afghanistan's first fashion label with designs using a combination of traditional handiwork and contemporary styles. She hopes her business will contribute to rebuilding her war-torn country, but not everyone supports her work.
A migration official said the introverted nature of the 18-year-old refugee was at odds with homosexuals "being rather social." The young man feared for his safety in Afghanistan, where homosexuality is illegal.
In former Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, many still believe a woman's place is in the home. But two Afghan sisters want to bring a digital revolution to their country by teaching girls how to code and use computers.
The ongoing conflict in Afghanistan has the country firmly in its grip. Security advisor Philipp Schweers looks at the current situation and what it means for refugees to return there.
He is one of Germany's best photographers, and his main theme is war. Andy Spyra told DW about the hurdles and limits of high-risk photography - and why it fascinates him.
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