How have the events on New Year's Eve in Cologne changed life in the City? Jaafar Abdul Karim went to speak to one of the victims and also to North African migrants in Cologne, who fear that their lives have changed for the worse.
The journalists hosting the interviews represent a modern, cosmopolitan Germany: Ines Pohl, DW’s new Editor-in-Chief, and DW presenter Jaafar Abdul-Karim.
Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pledged Turkey's forces would lay siege to the Kurdish-controlled Afrin "in the coming days." Previously, Kurds denied reports of a deal with Damascus to fight the Turks together.
With a plethora of crises and rising populism across the globe, Germany's international broadcaster is facing fresh challenges. On Tuesday, Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to speak at a ceremony marking the anniversary.
The Malaysian government has proposed a law that would impose jail terms of up to 10 years for creators and publishers of "fake news." Critics, however, accuse the government of ulterior motives.
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