Hundreds children live on the streets or in the heating tunnels of Bucharest. Underground they can stay warm and survive the hard winter. Now, aid workers are trying to provide them a way out by teaching them marketable skills such as circus tricks.
The transfer fees paid during the summer window climbed to grotesque dimensions. Sports philosopher Elk Franke spoke to DW about a development that has alarmed many.
The number of refugees crossing the Black Sea to get to Romania has risen. The country's tabloid press is describing it as an "invasion." DW's Cristian Stefanescu reports from Bucharest.
The foundation works with young adults who've fallen through the cracks of the social system. The staff want to get stray youth off friends' couches and into their own apartments. Carla Bleiker reports from Cologne.
Sierra Leone has begun Thursday mass burials of the hundreds of victims of the deadly flooding and mudslides that hit Freetown. A third of the victims were children. Red Cross has said about 600 are still missing.
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