Several studies show that people considered good-looking are more likely to get ahead in their careers and earn more than others. They are often taken to be more capable and trustworthy.
The German government is slowly delivering on its promise to hash out a new immigration law to fill the massive gaps in the market for skilled labor. But experts say the law can only do so much.
When the Formula One season wraps up on Sunday, it will probably be the final race for one of the sport's best drivers. However, Fernando Alonso isn't leaving motor racing altogether. DW takes a look back at his career.
When Angela Merkel became Germany's first female chancellor in 2005, many saw this as proof that it is not always a disadvantage to be underestimated by inner-party rivals. DW looks back at the beginnings.
While Bayern Munich's struggles are stealing the spotlight, another of Germany's Champions League teams is going through a sticky patch of their own. Julian Naglesmann faces perhaps the biggest challenge of his career.
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