The Vienna Boys Choir wants to overcome its elite image. But that's not the only thing that has changed at the centuries-old institution.
The European Union's top foreign policy diplomat has arrived in Iran's capital, Tehran. Catherine Ashton will discuss Iran's nuclear program and ties between the Islamic Republic and the EU.
They are normal boys who like to play football, have PlayStations and listen to rock music. They attend school, do their homework and sing in the world famous St. Thomas Boys’ Choir.
Nuclear talks between Iran and six major powers have been halted while the participants hold further consultations at home. This comes as a European Parliament delegation visits Iran in a sign of a thawing of ties.
Mahraganat: Cairo's Music Revolution. A Report by Khalid El Kaoutit.
Two decades after the darkest chapter in Rwanda's history, the country is still coming to grips with the reality of the genocide, and striving to achieve reconciliation between victims and perpetrators.
DW's Juri Rescheto travels to Crimea to find out how Russia's annexation of the peninsula is affecting everyday life. He finds why some are happy about becoming part of Russia, and why some others are not.
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