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.
The US Federal Reserve has said it's leaving its benchmark interest rate near zero. Although the central bank pledged to be patient before tightening monetary conditions, analysts saw it moving closer to a rate hike.
After decades of military rule, people in Myanmar are hopeful about the future and the recent transition to democracy, a new survey found. But their optimism is tempered by poverty and ethnic and religious conflicts.
Sixty prominent Germans have issued a public appeal against war with Russia. Although honorable, the appeal overlooks certain key facts, writes DW’s Ingo Mannteufel.
Most people categorize Christians as being either Catholic or Protestant. But in fact, there are many more branches of Christianity. Life Links takes a closer look - in graphics.
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