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Asma Khan employs an all-women team at her award-winning London restaurant, the Darjeeling Express. As she serves up the Indian cuisine of her childhood, she's fighting for equality in a male-dominated industry.
Former US military advisor and veteran Brad Bowman talks to DW’s Brent Goff on “The Day” about the telephone conversations between General Mark Milley and his Chinese counterpart in the wake of former President Donald Trump’s election defeat. Bowman concludes Milley’s conduct was appropriate given the constitutional ‘stress test’ that the United States was undergoing in the transition period.
Former US diplomat Robert Daly, an expert on Sino-US relations, tells DW’s Brent Goff on “The Day” that the formation of the new US-UK-Australia alliance is meant to send a signal that Chinese hegemonic dominance of the western Pacific is “not going to be accepted by much of the rest of the world.”
Australia, the US & UK will share top military secrets to check China's growing military might. The new AUKUS security pact includes Australia's first nuclear-powered submarine. Plus, a US general who tried to stop a president from starting a war.
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IMF head Georgieva accused of pressure campaign - Salvadorians take to the streets - 'Dieselgate' trial kicks off in Germany
'Dieselgate' trial kicks off in Germany - Nikola and Iveco produce 'zero emissions' truck - Nigerians fight for pollution compensation
Angela Merkel's biggest fan is a Greek restaurant owner in Bremerhaven. He has now even commissioned a wax replica of the Chancellor.
Many people with a migration background can vote in Germany. But not all of them exercise their right. How do they view Germany's politics?
Only fifteen percent of German voters are under 30. How important are they in this election campaign? What is the best way to get them politically engaged?
The destruction caused by Germany's catastrophic flood has made climate change a burning campaign issue. Some flood victims feel abandoned by politics.
All the Chancellor candidates are pro EU – this is good news for Germany's allies. But each candidate has a slightly different take on what that means.
Who will succeed Angela Merkel as German Chancellor after the September 26th election? How important are the votes of young people and migrants?
Angela Merkel has always been careful with her public statements. That has often led to political gains. But in the age of social media, this strategy no longer works.
ECOWAS leaders meet over Guinea coup++France kills Islamic State leader in Sahel++South Africa's opposition goes to court over former President Jacob Zuma's parole
Dangerous war games in the Baltic - All bets are still on in the week before the German elections - In the UK, food shortages mean the cupboards are bare - An Afghan journalist makes an emotional plea - Uncovering far right extremist networks in the German army - Rape victims say European rape legislation is still not adequate - And more
Women often have a deep understanding of their communities which helps them find practical environmental solutions. A movement in Southern India is conserving biodiversity by growing traditional herbs and plants.
Japan is far from the only place with autonomous vehicles on the roads, but its government has set acceleration of the technology as a key priority. But carmakers say it's going to be a bumpy road.
Europe is teetering on the edge of an energy crisis as prices skyrocket across the continent. Governments are stepping in to curtail prices, fearing the growing burden on households will threaten the economic recovery.
In this edition: We talk to Scott Roxborough about China's crackdown on celebrity culture, visit an open air exhibition of so-called tiny houses created by artists and architects, and go underwater to hear the sounds of Danish music group Between Music.
Roma musicians in Hungary have been struggling to survive for decades. The coronavirus pandemic has further dramatically worsened their situation. A Hungarian cultural asset is in danger of disappearing.
It is one of the most unusual approaches in the development of a vaccine against the coronavirus. The vaccine from the Canadian company Medicago is based on a plant and supposed to produce 50 times more antibodies than other vaccines.
Child labor is common in Myanmar. Impoverished families are often faced with the hard choice of exploiting or abandoning their children. Some underage workers are even adopted by their employers, leaving them exposed to physical and emotional abuse.
What can we learn from a bunch of rhesus macaques playing video games and 'choking' under the pressure? Also, it may be better for all of us if you don't get a 3rd jab any time soon, and a deep dive into the experiment that potty-trained cows.
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