Polish artist Marta Klonowska makes sculptures from glass shards, usually depicting animals she saw in classical paintings.
Organized child trafficking is one of the murkiest chapters in the history of Latin American military autocracies. The dictators in dark glasses may be gone, but exploitation of the vulnerable continues.
Eighty years after the Kristallnacht pogrom, every German can ask: How did my family react at the time? DW's Felix Steiner takes a personal look at how his family experienced the Night of Broken Glass.
Rioting in Chemnitz was reminiscent of how the 1938 Kristallnacht pogrom unfolded in Nazi Germany, says historian Wolfgang Benz. Friday marks the 80th anniversary of the Night of Broken Glass violence against Jews.
She flees, dreams of revenge and is cleverer than everyone else. In the debut novel of Russian-German author Bronsky, a young woman fights her way through life with wit and a whole lot of anger on the inside.
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