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DW News - Live Coverage: Memorial Service for Germany's Covid-19 Victims

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Live Coverage: Memorial Service for Germany's Covid-19 Victims

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The 77 Percent

The Magazine for Africa's Youth

Inglês We meet Nigerian journalist Tobore Ovuorie, who went undercover to expose the work of human traffickers. And our Street Debate takes a look at how young Nigerian women are lured to Europe by traffickers offering dubious promises of a better life.

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Sports Life

The Marketization of Citizenships, a Golden Ticket to the Olympics

Inglês Athletes changing allegiance is becoming more common. Marie Branser, a German judoka, received her Democratic Republic of the Congo citizenship just months after applying and hopes to represent the DRC in Tokyo. Table tennis player Xiaona Shan, however, waited years to become German but won silver in Rio when she finally did. This week Sports Life looks into the marketization of citizenships.

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Jonas Kaufmann - Tenor Supreme

Inglês Arts.21 joined Jonas Kaufmann at Naples' Teatro San Carlo and the Vienna State Opera. The star tenor opened up about the joys and frustrations of opera, the ups and downs of his career, the coronavirus, and knowing when it's time to leave the stage.

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SHIFT Special

Inglês Digital nomads travel the world, unpacking their laptops wherever it's nice, so long as there is WiFi. But is the life of internet nomads really as idyllic as it looks on Instagram?

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