DW's Chinese-language online content is now easier to access in China, despite censorship. This cooperation between DW and Greatfire enables users to freely access DW's website, blocked by Chinese authorities since 2008.
The latest edition of Shababtalk (youth talk show) on DW (Arabia) has triggered off both a strong and controversial reaction. The discussion round with young Arab and German guests focuses this week on homosexuality.
For the multimedia series "Terror in Africa," Deutsche Welle correspondents Jan-Philipp Scholz and Adrian Kriesch have visited centers of terrorism in Africa. The series is available on TV, radio and online.
Love, danger – and grammar: The third season of "Jojo sucht das Glück" (Jojo's Search for Happiness) adds another 33 episodes to this telenovela, an entertaining e-learning program produced by Deutsche Welle.
"In the Service of the Public," a new study released by DW Akademie, examines the transformation of state broadcasters into independent media in various countries, including those in Moldova, Mongolia and Myanmar.
Is Berlin by the sea? Does coffee grow there? Is it quiet? The answers are yes, yes and yes! Find out more in "Worldwide Berlin," a joint cross-media project by DW and rbb, starting November 28.
"We are very concerned, and the way the Chinese government treated Gao Yu in the past months is intolerable," says DW Director General Peter Limbourg on the trial of the Chinese journalist, who has also worked for DW.
Starting November 19, DW launches a radio series on Ebola for listeners in Africa, initially in English, followed by four regional languages.