The US state of Montana is the epitome of the Wild West, where men are supposed to be men and not talk about their feelings. This kind of toxic masculinity may be a factor in the high rate of suicide in the state, about double the national average.
He was born 200 years ago, yet Melville is still one of the world's most celebrated authors. His best-known book was so far ahead of its time that it was largely forgotten for almost a century before being rediscovered.
The Australian government is currently fighting in court to refuse medical care to dozens of sick children held on Nauru. About 1,100 asylum seekers still reside in the Australian-run detention center on the island.
Failure at this year's climate conference would be "suicidal," said the UN secretary general. DW's Louise Osborne and Jennifer Collins have seen frustration over slow progress. But young people are stepping up.
The German government has not yet responded in kind to the apology offered by Macedonia to a German citizen abused by the CIA in 2003. The wrongfully imprisoned Khalid al-Masri says he was tortured while in custody.
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