Egyptian security officials have demanded that DW partner broadcaster ONTV stop showing "Women at a Turning Point." The interview format, hosted by Egyptian journalist Reem Maged, is produced by DW and ONTV in Cairo.
Deutsche Welle is expanding its cooperation with partner stations in the Baltic states. DW Director-General Peter Limbourg: “An important signal at the right time.”
DW correspondent Ubale Musa lost his accreditation at a joint press conference between Chadian President Idriss Deby, on an official state visit in Nigeria, and the country's outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan.
At a Carnegie Europe event, in cooperation with Deutsche Welle, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier discussed challenges to Germany in the future as a key foreign policy player from Europe.
To mark International Women's Day, the UN, GIZ and DW were among the groups that founded the network Gender@International Bonn. Its initiators see gender equality as both an engine and goal for sustainable development.
The Broadcasting Board has adopted DW's strategic plan from 2014 to 2017 with a strong majority at a joint meeting with the Administrative Board on February 27 in Berlin.
Deutsche Welle will launch its new English TV channel on June 22. The news and information channel will officially go on air during DW's annual media conference, Global Media Forum.
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