For six months now, thousands of Indian farmers have been besieging Delhi with a protest camp. Their colleagues in Germany also stage regular demonstrations in central Berlin. We hear why they all feel mistreated by their governments.
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Germany's wolf population has risen sharply in recent years — as has the amount of farm animals killed. Wolves are a protected species, but farmers are fed up.
After violent clashes broke out between protesting farmers and police during a tractor rally held on India's Republic Day, protest leaders are under pressure. But this doesn't mean they plan to step back.
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