He's got a tough job in a tough location. Martin Verhülsdonk is a prison guard in western Germany. He deals with hard-core criminals every day. To do his job Verhülsdonk needs to be tough, but also caring.
Surgeon Bruno Reichart has successfully implanted a pig's heart into a baboon. He tells DW why harvesting from other species could address a chronic shortage of human donor organs.
Before 1933, there were some 2,800 Jewish temples in Germany. Today there are 130 synagogues and prayer rooms - a reflection of the tumultuous past of German-Jewish life, but also evidence of its current resurgence.
A joint exhibition held in three museums in Hanover demonstrates how artists are working in Germany today. The show focuses on the current conditions of art production in the country.
Who is old when and where? "Grey is the New Pink," a multimedia exhibition in Frankfurt, seeks to answer the question. DW talked to the curator.
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