For years, Fadi Saad was a member of a youth gang. A few days in prison proved a turning point in his life. He finished school and became an office clerk. In his free time, he defuses conflicts as part of a voluntary neighborhood management scheme.
The Berlin Wall fell 29 years ago, and Germany has been a united country again since 1990. About 83 million people live here: "original inhabitants," newcomers, migrants. Can they be characterized?
Bottle collectors have become a common sight in German cities. Who are they? How much do they make? And what does digging through trash in broad daylight feel like? Our reporter took to the streets of Berlin to find out.
Analysts say Comcast overpaid for Europe's leading pay TV operator which could mean higher subscription fees. But if shareholders approve the takeover, viewers could also get to choose from more original shows.
A headscarf is often associated today with the head coverings worn by Muslim women. But an exhibition at Vienna's Weltmuseum shows the many — and sometimes contradictory — meanings the headscarf has embodied over time.
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