Germany's far-right Alternative for Germany party is holding a convention ahead of national elections in September. Hundreds of delegates have come together in person in the eastern city of Dresden – despite a surge in coronavirus cases in the country.
Torture in Syria - a German court has been deliberating it for one year now. It is an extraordinary process: not only are the defendants being held responsible, but also the Assad regime itself. Survivors are hoping justice will be served.
Agriculture will have to change drastically in the future if it is to meet global demand. Food production will become increasingly difficult in the face of growing challenges like rapid population growth, climate change and soil exhaustion.
DW viewer Diego Gamboa lives in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay. He guides you through his city, shows you the old town, the beach promenade and Montevideo's biggest park.
German sculptor Jesse Strixner uses massive blocks of wood to carve stunning garments. From Tennis socks, to jackets & underwear—her creations appear astonishingly real and are on display in exhibitions.
In Germany, frustration mounts at the country's patchwork approach to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to take power away from the 16 federal states to decide on COVID measures.
IMF calls for debt relief for poorer nations - German firms propose Beirut port reconstruction plans
In South Korea, esports are trumping soccer when it comes to public screenings. Fans often meet to watch League of Legends in bars. Especially during tournaments, many gamers prefer collective viewings to watching alone at home.
Bordering India may seem a logical destination for those forced to leave the military's violent crackdown in Myanmar. But can those who do feel 'at home'? DW meets a family settled in Delhi. Some viewers may find this report disturbing.
Germans are increasingly frustrated at the slow roll out of the vaccination drive and ongoing lockdown. DW speaks to Dr Sohrab Fahimi, a Berlin doctor who says that while he can't keep up with the current demand, the expansion is cause for hope.
In Good Shape talks to Dr Gernot Marx, board chairman of the German Society for Telemedicine. The intensive care physician is convinced that patients could benefit greatly from the digital networking of doctors and clinics.
Arkansas has become the first US state to pass a bill outlawing gender-affirming medication or surgery for transgender people under age 18. We meet one trans teen whose life may be massively changed by the restrictive legislation.
How does the rest of the world see Germany? Rachel Stewart investigates the most common German stereotypes for Meet the Germans.
"Joseph Beuys. The Space Curator" To mark the 100th anniversary of this important German artist's birth, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart is showing an exhibition until mid-July. The title refers to a space that Beuys himself set up in the museum in 1984.
As Germany battles another wave of coronavirus infections, many shops, hotels and restaurants are facing bankruptcy because lockdown measures are crippling business.
EU leaders are meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara to see how serious he is about repairing relations. The EU has criticized Turkey’s record on human rights and increasingly assertive foreign policy in recent years.
The Rocket Factory Augsburg is out to conquer the pocket-rocket market using 3D printing. And a German-based EU program uses micro-satellites to revolutionize climate research, communications and Earth observation.
Kaffenkahn barges were used for transportation on German waterways starting from the 17th century. Now German archaeologists have found and filmed twelve wrecks on the floor of Lake Werbellin near Berlin.
In a TV speech German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier asked the Germans to pull together to fight the third COVID pandemic wave. More and more Germans are losing confidence in the government because of the slow roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines.
Thousands of Germans are heading for the Spanish island of Mallorca for Easter holidays, despite coronavirus travel warnings. Mallorcans are torn between hope of economic recovery and fear of rising case numbers. How risky is this trip to paradise?
Germans are dissatisfied over how the country has handled the coronavirus crisis. Angela Merkel's governing CDU party is slumping in polls. DW asked people on the streets of Berlin for their take on the government's pandemic management.
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