Japan is marking the third anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that left thousands dead. The country has been struggling to rebuild and to clean up the radiation at the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
A Japanese school's confession that it discriminated against female applicants on the grounds they would leave the profession after marriage has triggered an angry backlash in the country. Julian Ryall reports.
Many grieving Genovese have paid their final respects to the victims of the Ponte Morandi bridge collapse. For some, the tragedy is the latest failure of Italian politics. DW's Elizabeth Schumacher reports from Genoa.
Ricarda Lang received death and rape threats after her comments about supporting climate refugees were published. The spokeswoman for the Green Youths says she won't stop voicing her opinions despite the experience.
Lightning, engineering failure or aging infrastructure? Whatever the cause, Italy's government seeks to launch infrastructure projects that could bring it up against EU budget rules.
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