23-year old Rahma Khaled has Down syndrome, but was determined not to let it stand in her way of becoming a TV presenter. She’s been working at the Egyptian channel DMC for nine months.
Egyptians are voting in a referendum that could confirm President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's rule until 2030. But in a poll few expect to be free or fair, many say they are aware of only one choice: vote yes.
Dozens of short videos featuring Uighurs crying silently have surfaced on a popular Chinese video app. Activists say the videos may contain hidden messages and are a form of protest against China's "re-education" camps.
One of the world's oldest Christian communities has been rocked by the apparent killing of one of its bishops. A disrobed monk has been taken into custody, and social media has been banned at the monastery.
Women make up over half the world's population, but you wouldn't know it from reading the news or watching TV. With women's voices put on mute, even at DW, the media can't claim to provide the whole picture.
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