DW visits a high school in what's known as a "problem area" of Berlin. With less than half of the year ten students expected to pass their final exams, we meet one young woman who's determined to succeed, and find out how she does it.
A German court has sentenced a man to life in prison for brutally killing a woman over three decades ago. Investigators tracked down the defendant thanks to DNA samples found on the victim's dress.
Many pupils have trouble with reading comprehension. As a result, they're at risk of becoming disconnected from society at a young age. Germany's MENTOR association takes a simple but effective approach to helping them.
Held in the city of Goethe and Schiller, Yiddish Summer Weimar is the world's most prominent annual Yiddish culture event. This year it revives the Jewish creative fervor associated with Weimar-era Germany.
Tabloid headlines and a popular cable TV series have made this boulevard notorious throughout the country. But some residents say the street's biggest problem is gentrification, not crime.
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