Mustard was highly prized by the Chinese 3000 years ago. Even today, mustard-making is an art and there are hundreds of varieties. Ruth Breuer has taken over her family’s mustard-making business and still uses their traditional recipes.
War, famine and poverty are devastating Yemen. Millions of people are in dire need of food and medical supplies. Among the worst-affected are young mothers and their kids. Gouri Sharma and Mohamed Hussein report.
Tiger bones and rhino horns may have a role in traditional Chinese medicine, but critics say that trendy health products with no medical value made from endangered animals are only a status symbol for the wealthy.
Many who fled the 2013-2014 conflict in the Central African Republic are returning home to find their houses destroyed or occupied by other displaced families – a further source of tensions in the conflict-torn country.
Fans now mourn as a three-decade-old tradition will come to an end. When it began in 1985, the soap opera "Lindenstrasse" got miserable reviews and many predicted a short life for the series. Here's why Germans love it.
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