The idea of prayer rooms in publicly funded universities is an increasingly contentious issue in Germany - where state institutions are meant to be secular. In search of a solution, we hear both sides of the argument.
Sirens blared through the streets of Christchurch last Friday after a man opened fire at two mosques, killing 50 people. New Zealand's prime minister and her government have since vowed to reform gun laws. There's a lot of soul-searching going on right now, and former WorldLink co-host Samantha Early, who lives in Christchurch, told DW about what the mood has been like over the past week.
In vitro fertilization — IVF for short — has been around since 1978. Fertility issues affect one in seven couples, and this method of conception has changed lives. And not just for parents. In some cases, conception is only possible via egg, sperm or embryo donation. So what does it mean for a child growing up knowing they have one or more donor parents they've never met? Elliot Wright reports.
The archbishop of Santiago has been accused of covering up sexual abuse cases, including that of former top aide Oscar Munoz. The decision comes as the Catholic Church fights for its reputation.
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