Mushimire Fiacre from Kigali (Rwanda) wants to know: "Why do people scratch their heads when they're puzzled?"
Visiting Berlin for Chancellor Angela Merkel's African business summit, Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi spoke to DW about political turmoil in his country, migration issues, and when a leader should step down.
On the face of it, a point away at RasenBallsport Leipzig isn't a bad result, but Schalke's goalless draw provided precious few answers to the questions surrounding the team. And there are many of them.
The gloves were off when Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic appeared on DW's Conflict Zone. The interview whipped up a frenzy in a country not used to politicians having to answer hard-hitting questions.
Analysts say Comcast overpaid for Europe's leading pay TV operator which could mean higher subscription fees. But if shareholders approve the takeover, viewers could also get to choose from more original shows.
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