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The West Bank: Chaya Tal is one of 430,000 Jewish settlers living among 2.7 million Palestinians. The young German is aware that her presence alone is a provocation for many Palestinians. But that does not deter her.
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The changing of the guard at the Palace, the best view of the marina as well as the Botanical Gardens and the Maritime Museum: DW viewer Sandra Crovetto shows you the sights in her adopted homeland Monaco.
Go on a boat trip with friends and end the day sitting around a roaring campfire: DW viewer Victor Konishchev presents his travel impressions from the north of Russia.
Visiting research scholars at the Alfred Wegener Institute spent a year working on the German North Sea island of Heligoland. And they are still out there, 50 kilometers from the coast. The coronavirus crisis cut them off from their families.
Thailand's work elephants often lead a miserable existence. Animal welfare activist Lek Chailert has set up a sanctuary for rescued elephants in northern Thailand. There the animals can enjoy their retirement.
For decades in Switzerland, up to 60,000 people were disenfranchised or abused by state administrators. The reason: they did not conform to social norms. The victims are now fighting for compensation and acknowledgement.
A growing number of women have proven themselves in the traditionally male domain of motorsports. DW presents five of the best: from Michele Mouton and Jutta Kleinschmidt to Ellen Lohr, Susie Wollf and Sophia Florsch.
DW reporter and World MMA champ Julia Dorny checks out three nice-price first-timer cars from different segments: the Fiat Tipo, SEAT Ibiza and Audi A1 Citycarver.
After World War II, the US army left behind tens of thousands of jeeps in the Philippines, which locals converted into share-taxis. The government now has plans to put an end to these colorful Kings of the Road.
Allotment gardens are hugely popular in Germany. But why is that? DW's Olaf Krieger ventures forth to find out more. Armed with a pair of shears, he tests his mettle by attempting to trim a straight hedge.
German farmers say they're getting a bad rap. They're being blamed for climate change, the 'insect apocalypse' and the horrors of industrial livestock farming. But they say the truth is far more complicated than that.
Discount supermarket chains like Lidl and Aldi offer rock-bottom prices. So farmers are pressured to cut costs - to the detriment of animal welfare, labor conditions and the environment. But many shoppers can't afford to pay more for their food.
The price of olive oil has plummeted in recent years. Spanish olive growers now fear for their livelihoods as a result. Some have started selling their olive oil directly to consumers online - with success.
Keep punching until your opponent is finished. Tens of thousands of Russians do just that in their free time. They get into the ring to fight, no holds barred. Kirill Michailov - known in freefighting circles as "The Killer" - is one of them.
With her NGO Toybank, Shweta Chari fights for every child's right to play. She says it's the only way they can develop into happy and empathetic people. Together with schools and communities, she builds play areas for children.
For centuries the Nenets people have wandered across northern Russia with their reindeer. But now, climate change threatens to bring an end to their nomadic existence. Researchers are looking for a way out of this man-made crisis.
What if you're in love but can't express it in person because of travel bans? Some lovelorn couples have started a campaign they're calling "Love Is Not Tourism," hoping governments will help them.
Many Spaniards had hoped for a relaxed summer, but for weeks now, coronavirus infection rates have been rising again. The latest hotspot is the city of Barcelona, where more than 7,000 people have been infected within a few days.