Patchwork families are what result when parents separate from their partners and then find new ones. It's not always easy for children to cope, but as two patchwork families in Berlin prove, the situation also has its advantages.
One in five people living in Germany has a migration background. How does this cultural diversity affect everyday life? The Kukic-Leipachers are one family that knows about it at first hand.
Constanze Kurz is spokesperson for the Chaos Computer Club. On Talking Germany, the IT expert discusses how robotics are changing our lives and why she encrypts all her digital communication.
There is a bidding war between two rock-bottom retailing chains over Family Dollar, a store serving many low-income communities in the US. It's a story about the richest and the poorest members of the US society.
Germany's foreign ministry has confirmed the death of a German couple and their young child kidnapped five years ago in Yemen, a family spokesman says. The two had been working for an aid organization.
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