As a child, Inge Deutschkron survived the Nazi terror by going into hiding in Berlin. She grew up to become a committed Social Democrat and journalist. On Holocaust Remembrance Day, she will address the Bundestag.
In California, the Global Climate Action Summit is trying to convince the world that the US can still play a leading role in the fight against climate change. Local leaders say they won't be deterred by Trump's actions.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx turns to the legacy of the Polish Solidarnosc movement of the 1980s as a source of fresh hope. The chairman of the German Bishops' Conference spoke to DW about Europe, democracy, and freedom.
Inge Deutschkron was one of 1,700 Jews who survived the Holocaust in the Berlin underground. Now 95, the renowned German-Israeli publicist has not tired of reminding the world of the atrocities committed by the Nazis.
Trade frictions between the US and China are getting worse again with a fresh round of tariffs. Yet it's not just about trade, but something more fundamental, says economist Thomas Straubhaar.
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