Birgit Blösel from Bavaria is a single mother who has been out of work for five years. She'd like to find a part-time job for the mornings, but her search has thus far been in vain.
As she prepares to hand her job over to a robot, DW's Kate Ferguson makes the case for reforming Germany's social security system to better suit the new recruit.
From teachers to bookkeepers to police officers, migrants seeking jobs are in demand in Germany, particularly in the public sector. Nevertheless, they continue to face significant discrimination in the labor market.
Davie Selke's goalscoring form continued for Hertha Berlin but coach Pal Dardai singled out the striker after Werder Bremen salvaged a late point. Selke and Hertha are making progress, but both still have much to learn.
Romania's justice minister is aiming to stop his own compatriot from heading the EU prosecutor's office. Critics say the move is another example of the Romanian government blocking the work of anti-corruption officials.
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