Lots of people work as freelancers for peanuts in start-ups and media firms in the hope their breakthrough is imminent. Many don't even make the minimum wage and their breakthrough never comes. Why this willingness to let themselves be exploited?
Twitterbots have a bad rap — that all they do is spread false news. But some are creative geniuses, and computer scientist Tony Veale told DW why.
Pentecostal churches are wildly popular in Nigeria — and increasingly rich, as they run thriving businesses empires on the side. Critics say they exploit people's faith.
Polls say that migrants aren't what Germans are most concerned about. So why do the media and politicians push the topic so much? Is the AfD profiting from their mistakes? DW's Jefferson Chase takes a self-critical look.
Labor protesters demand pay hikes and an end to illegal labor practices, while President Duterte declares a permanent ban on Filipino workers going to Kuwait as diplomatic ties continue to worsen. Ana P. Santos reports.
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