DW marks its 60th anniversary at the Global Media Forum in Bonn.
The jihadists in Iraq show no sign of tiring. Christians in Mosul have almost all fled to Kurdish areas of Iraq that can hardly cope with the influx, Irbil mayor Nihad Qoja tells DW.
After 97 years of family ownership, Forbes Media has sold a controlling stake in the firm to Hong Kong-based investors, a move that symbolizes the rise of Chinese ownership of media firms, analyst Ken Doctor tells DW.
In a dubious anniversary, authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko marks 20 years as Belarus president. How has Europe's last dictator managed to stay at the helm of the eastern European country for so long?
What role does the Internet play in public protests like those in the Arab World, in Turkey or in Ukraine? And how do media react to certain events? The 2014 Global Media Forum seeks to find the answers.
© 2014 Deutsche Welle | Legal notice | Contact