In an exclusive interview from the W20 women summit on gender equality, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talked to DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge about pressing issues women face in a digitalized world.
A new digital archive is shining a light on the history of German feminism. The archive was launched 50 years after an angry female student hurled tomatoes at student leaders, demanding to be heard.
Several recent studies have shown that Germany lags behind other rich, OECD countries in terms of female representation in the corporate sector. A new study on public companies in the country continues this trend.
On Sunday, Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women driving. While the few women who have driver's licenses are thrilled about hitting the road, activists warned that the journey to full women's rights will be a long one.
Many German companies are struggling to find workers. One Bavarian brewery has turned to refugees to help fill the gap.
The damaged cabin of the spectacular new Zugspitz cable car during an emergency exercise last week could be salvaged. However, for safety reasons, the cable car will have to stand still for a longer period of time.
Police are closer to solving one of Germany's most mysterious missing-person cases. A man has confessed to transporting the corpse of a 9-year-old girl who vanished 15 years ago to the forest where it was found in 2016.
Following an informal Brexit summit, EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said EU-UK relations should not be "dramatized." But shortly after, British PM Theresa May criticized the EU, saying the UK "expects" respect.
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