Fritz Klotz from the Black Forest has worked as a chimney sweep for fifty years. He learned the trade when he was fourteen, and half a century on, he still loves his job.
With skin art long associated with Japan's underworld gangs, one artist is defying pressure from the authorities to give up his profession. And supporters say that if he loses, the entire industry in Japan is at risk.
The school is being widely lauded for its efforts to empower Pakistan's marginalized transgender community. But will it change the widely entrenched conservative mindset? Shah Meer Baloch reports from Lahore.
The KaDeWe is one of the largest department stores in the world and a place to revisit the Berlin of yesteryear. While many treat it as a second home, for columnist Gero Schliess it's also a place for farewells.
For over 20 years, Reiner Leist has taken a photo nearly every day from the window of his Manhattan apartment. His unique, long-term project "Window" reveals the evolution of the city - before and after 9/11.
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