They produced their first album themselves, released it on the internet, and became international pop stars: Milky Chance. Four years later, following several sold-out tours, they've put out their second album.
On this week’s programme: The widely revered civil society leader Sombath Somphone is believed to have been abducted in Laos in 2012. We'll hear from his wife, who is still haunted by her husband's disappearance. We'll also hear how tenants in Berlin are fighting back against rent hikes. And the heated debate in Italy over whether Roma people should be given public housing.
Hundreds of thousands have protested in Hong Kong since June. Will Beijing do more than exert pressure and make threats to the demonstrators? What will the West do?
Guests: Bernhard Bartsch (Bertelsmann Stiftung), Cherie Chan (DW), Hao Gui (DW)
Hongkong Peaceful Protest - Mooncakes in Hong Kong reflect themes of protest - Vintage Porsche fails to sell amid auction confusion
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