Our intestines work hard, digesting and absorbing nutrients from our food and making them available to the body. It’s a fact that if they were spread out, our intestines would be 400 to 500 square kilometers in area - twice as big as a tennis court.
Community colleges are a first step in many Americans' higher education, but they're also a political football. DW's Gero Schliess asked students and teacher in New Orleans about calls to change the schools' funding.
A tweet by a 17-year-old Cologne high school student has triggered a nation-wide debate about what students are learning in the classroom and how relevant it is to their lives.
A renewed border conflict between Israel and Lebanon has left people on both sides divided. Many are worried about what the future will bring. Juliane Metzker and Tania Krämer report from Beirut and Jerusalem.
A NABU survey asked volunteers to count the different types of birds they saw in their neighborhoods at the beginning of January. So what did they find out about Germany’s robins and sparrows?
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