Our reporter meets various people who work nights to see what they do and to ask how they feel about it. The price can be high in terms of health and well-being. Yet some night workers just love it.
Art Cologne is considered the mother of all art fairs. Through Sunday, April 13, 221 galleries from 25 countries are presenting works that range from classical modern to fresh from the atelier.
Iron deficiency is a health problem that hits developing countries especially hard. But a small iron fish developed in Cambodia could be a powerful new tool in the global fight against anemia.
More than 100 people have died from Ebola in the West African countries Guinea and Liberia, the World Health Organization has said. International aid organizations try to stop the disease from spreading further.
Mahraganat: Cairo's Music Revolution. A Report by Khalid El Kaoutit.
Two decades after the darkest chapter in Rwanda's history, the country is still coming to grips with the reality of the genocide, and striving to achieve reconciliation between victims and perpetrators.
DW's Juri Rescheto travels to Crimea to find out how Russia's annexation of the peninsula is affecting everyday life. He finds why some are happy about becoming part of Russia, and why some others are not.
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