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A new security rule for Hong Kong has been welcomed by businesses focused on China, but the longer-term damage to Hong Kong's autonomy and business environment could prove serious.
In the latest of a series profiling Black entrepreneurs in Berlin, DW talks to Kwame "Juice" Owusu, a Ghanaian who moved to Germany as a child and who now runs an event management company.
Shareholders of Germany's flag-carrier have accepted the conditions of a multi-billion euro government bailout to keep the airline aloft. The deal gives the German government a 20% stake in the airline.
The patriotic song Rule Britannia tells Britons they will "never, ever be slaves." Yet millions were enslaved or traded by the British, who reaped economic gains. DW examines the debate in Britain today.
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