The members of the Syrian band Khebez Dawle sold their instruments to pay for their passage to Germany. They now live in Berlin and work through their experiences in their music.
Over one million Syrian refugees are currently believed to be living in the small kingdom of Jordan. They fled their country's raging war that started seven years ago. In the past few months, some have returned to Syria. But for many that's not an option.
They've escaped war, but now poverty is forcing Syrian refugee families to send their children out to work. The United Nations says 180,000 refugee children living in Lebanon are forgoing an education to work long hours for as little as $2 per day.
The two-part documentary follows four people who are torn between the security of their places of refuge in Europe and the news and videos from friends and relatives in Syria that reach them daily on their smartphones.
Fringes of a taboo-breaking society, fast cars and pioneering alpine works: The exhibition "Modernist cinema" at Bonn's Bundeskunsthalle museum shines a light on one of the most fertile periods of German film.
She launched to fame with "Dragon Rider" in 1997 and has since become one of Germany's most successful authors. In an interview with DW, star kids' author Cornelia Funke spoke about why words can be challenging.
Signature sunglasses and platinum blond hair — Heino looks back at decades of folk and German pop music, and more recently, a foray into heavy metal. At age 80, he is a veritable music legend in the country.
Sometimes you have to look at an artwork twice to really understand how surreal it actually is. These artists have specialized in the art of illusions.
Characters who aren't white, male and straight have always existed in video games. They were just forgotten. High time to remember the beginnings of queer video games!
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