Around three million people in Germany are thought to be in care – a big challenge for society. Managers are looking to maximize profits at nursing homes, often at the expense of residents and staff.
As Germany's elderly population continues to grow, its under-staffed old age care system is struggling to keep up. Chancellor Angela Merkel recently made good on a campaign pledge and visited a nursing home in Paderborn.
Sure, there's been the odd mention of the UK's leaving the European Union at Farnborough, and the odd announcement that says "there's still a great in Great Britain." But aerospace is so global, you're unlikely to care.
After an ignoble crisis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has managed to save her government by committing to a refugee policy of isolation. Her open-arms stance is now history, writes DW editor-in-chief Ines Pohl.
Supreme Court Justice Kennedy's retirement could not come at a worse time: It allows a president who does not care to understand the most basic tenets of American civics to shape the US's highest court for decades.
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