Our studio guest is Martin Krzywdzinski, a labor market researcher at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin. He speaks to us about why Germans tend to value job security, and the benefits of staying with an employer.
We're halfway through Joachim Gauck's tenure as German president. Does he get involved in day-to-day politics too much? Or does he say exactly the right things at the right time? DW's Ralf Bosen has no doubt.
Germany's arms industry is under pressure to diversify its business because the government wants to reduce the country's arms exports. Talks have begun in Berlin aimed at engineering the change without losing jobs.
US tech giant Apple is ramping up its iCloud defenses to keep hackers out of user accounts. The move follows a recent hack of Apple's online vault, from which nude photos of celebrities were stolen and posted on the web.
Ahead of an emergency session of the UN Security Council, US senators have been briefed on the impact of Ebola in West Africa. They were asked not to forget that Liberia is not the only country affected.
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