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Africa’s colonial overlords brutally stripped it of countless cultural treasures. Now, the fate of these items is being hotly debated in Europe and Africa as well.
Oil fuels the economy but fouls the environment. One of the earth's last great oil reserves is located at Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. The quest for black gold has drawn people from all over the world to the region
DW is celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday! The two-part series asks viewers to ponder "a world without Beethoven" to reveal how his innovations continue to influence music far beyond classical genres today.
How likely is it that we will one day discover a planet with an ecosystem like Earth's? What if the Earth's diverse and complex life forms are unique?
Is there room for feminism in the Muslim world? The role of women in Islam is a frequent subject of controversy. Few other religions are so tainted with bias.
Did the Saudi state plan the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi? Was Khashoggi so much of a threat to the Saudi regime that it was prepared to commit a terrible crime to get rid of him?
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Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin say they want to make their countries "great again.” Trump was Moscow’s preferred candidate in the 2016 US election. But now, the Kremlin may be having second thoughts.
UNESCO says the world’s second largest film industry, is based in Lagos. A German technology investor played a part in the success story of Nigeria’s movie business, known as "Nollywood."
Enormous fires are destroying forests and communities around the world. Each year, 350 million hectares of forest go up in smoke, the equivalent of six times the size of France. Is there any way to stop it?
Gaza is a war-zone - surrounded by Israel and controlled by Hamas. The works of an Armenian photographer taken in the 1940s and the 1960s show a Gaza that is little known today.
How have democracies and authoritarian regimes reacted to the novel coronavirus pandemic? A team of investigators travels the world and interviews virologists, public health experts and ordinary people to find out.
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