On this week's show, we visit a women's soccer club in Berlin that has become a home away from home for refugee women. We'll also hear the story of how a DNA test became a life-changing gift for a woman who had just turned 60.
On a visit to Latin America, the US top envoy has blamed Cuba for propping up the Venezuelan regime. Moving on to Mexico, the focus was on trade and migrants, a day before a key trade deadline.
The Russian president said that Western societies are rejecting liberal values, as multiculturalism has alienated the "core population." Putin has been accused of promoting populist uprisings in the West.
Shown at Berlin's International Football Film Festival, "Pelé aus Neubrandenburg" highlights the little-known connection between the GDR and Africa. Its director told DW what's inspiring about Chérif Souleymane's story.
Despite being ranked behind North America by FIFA in its technical evaluation, Morocco is going ahead with its bid to host the 2026 World Cup. In April, US President Donald Trump warned against any opposition to the bid.
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