On this week's show, we hear from a Dalit hip-hop artist highlighting India's caste system, a spreadsheet whiz whose data expertise has helped launched major investigations and hear about life as a black woman in France. All this and more.
When political conflicts make it into the penalty box, emotions run high. That goes doubly for World Cup time. This time around, nationalism is on the offensive – and journalist Krsto Lazarevic finds that pathetic.
This team isn't selected by a coach, it's chosen by the people: Fifteen German parliamentarians are going up against their Russian counterparts in a football match this week. Their goal: Use sports to win at politics.
The Three Lions have fallen short of high expectations with alarming regularity. A 6-1 win over Panama doesn't suddenly make them favorites for the World Cup, but DW's Matt Ford is pleased that England are fun again.
Fifty years after countries signed the UN Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, there are still nearly 15,000 nuclear weapons spread around the world. Experts today believe that complete nuclear disarmament remains unlikely.
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