Starting November 19, DW launches a radio series on Ebola for listeners in Africa, initially in English, followed by four regional languages.
On the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Wall former German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher tells DW that he does not believe "the opportunities offered by the year 1989 were realized as they could have been."
George H. W. Bush was the US president when the Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago. In an interview with DW, President Bush talks about his personal view of the fall of the Wall.
DW is now cooperating with Channel 9, a Russian-language TV station with the widest reach outside Russia. This partnership will enable DW to reach a new international target group with a large number of programs.
As of Sunday, October 26, Deutsche Welle English radio programming for Africa will be broadcast in the mornings.
"Tito's Murder Squads - The Killing of Yugoslav Exiles in Germany" - a documentary on the probably longest series of unsolved murders in postwar Germany will be broadcast worldwide on DW television starting October 16.
"What holds you back" - that question is the starting point for Life Links. Young people around the world represent both the target audience and protagonists for DW's new documentary-style format.