The Hamburg Fish Market is a favorite haunt for many. Every Sunday, fishmongers sing the praises of their wares, providing plenty of entertainment and local color. Customers walk away with high-quality fish at low prices.
In the night of November 9, 1938, Jews were the victims of pogroms carried out in plain sight. Thousands of synagogues, shops and homes were destroyed. While the world was shocked, the reactions weren't strong enough.
For a city which relies highly on tourism, Prague is facing the strain of its own beauty. Many consider it an overcrowded and overrated experience. DW's Eesha Kheny shares her Prague impressions.
When Sam Okyere arrived in South Korea to study, he was met with racism. But he found a way to transform his negative experiences into positive ones, making a name for himself as a popular television personality.
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.
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