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16-year-old Veronika Teflina wants to be a police officer. It won't be easy, because she comes from the Russian Taiga where her parents breed reindeer. To fulfill her dream, she attends a boarding school in Russkinskaya.
The worst war crime since the end of World War II occurred in July of 1995. Bosnian-Serbian soldiers murdered an estimated 8000 civilians. 25 years after the massacre, the wounds have not yet been healed.
Germany's Tonnies slaughterhouse brought wealth to Rheda-Wiedenbruck; decorated sidewalks, renovated buildings - new athletic facilities. But since the corona outbreak in the meat factory, the city is in an uproar.
Another Mercedes requires the special skills of Omer's repair shop in Berlin. See the team repair taxis in record time, while gaining new insights on the job.
Rwanda was a popular destination for foreign holidaymakers until the pandemic and lockdowns paralysed tourism worldwide. Visitors are slowly returning, but in the meantime virtual-reality tours can whet the appetites of many more.
A charter flight from Frankfurt to Beijing was a kind of trial run for resuming travel. The passengers were businesspeople and their families who wanted to get back to work. The many health and hygiene precautions included regular temperature checks.
Cruise ships may be major polluters and occasional hotbeds of infection, but cruises were very popular until COVID-19 hit. Eventually, large-scale operations will resume, but will the public be on board? Ben Fajzullin went to Hamburg to find out m...
Germany has a lot of allotments. Almost a million families have one. They are oases of tranquility and nature, and you can grow fruit and veg there too. The coronavirus has heightened their appeal all the more.
The coronavirus pandemic has suddenly put a spotlight on virologists, epidemiologists and physicists. Dirk Brockmann from Berlin's Humboldt University is one of them. DW asked him how he deals with his unexpected stardom.
Large parts of Argentina are still under strict coronavirus lockdown. But in the city of Rosario, life is returning to normal. What has the country's third-largest city done differently to battle COVID-19 more successfully than other parts of Arge...
Alisa Atkinson has built a unique home for herself in southern Belize. Her 'Earthship' is energy self-sustaining. The walls are made from recyclable materials, including hundreds of bottles.
Water is a valuable commodity in Tunisia, especially in the region of Kairouan, one of the hottest in Tunisia. Rain is getting scarcer and scarcer. Better water management could help dispel tensions and anxiety among the farmers.
Workers at German slaughterhouses have contracted the coronavirus en masse. Most of them are Eastern European migrants. The pandemic has once again shed light on their inhumane living and working conditions.
Coronavirus has also impacted the car industry, with demand and sales slumping. German-Italian automotive supplier Zender switched production and is now making protective masks.
French scientists are looking for ways to protect albatrosses from swallowing hooks on fishing nets. Some trawlers still ignore the regulations seeking to prevent these fatal encounters.
Villages across Russia are emptying as people flock to the cities. More than 20,000 have been entirely abandoned. Nevertheless, Rafgat Abzalov stayed put in Kirillo-Karmasan, even after everyone else had left.
Emerging from ancient trade routes, globalization has seen supply chains spread around the world and set millions of people in motion. But environmental and social problems are also on the rise. A historical look at how globalization happened.
Frontline medical workers in Moscow talk about lack of protection in the fight against COVID-19. A doctor and a nurse talk about the difficulties they face at work every day.
UK health officials expressed alarm after people flocked to British beaches. A heatwave saw large crowds packing popular resorts, fueling fears the coronavirus could spread. The government is threatening to close beaches if restrictions aren't obs...
Dirk Brockmann from Germany's Robert Koch Institut talks to DW about why New Zealand was so successful in containing the coronavirus outbreak compared to Brazil.