This week on World Stories: With UN help, feuding shepherds and farmers in Darfur make peace the traditional way, a Mexican carnival mask maker talks about his craft, and a great-grandmother in Belarus looks back on a hard life. A dedicated Bangladeshi photographer helps poor tea-plantation workers' children get an education, and Tunisia takes its tourists back to the land with an eco-hotel.
Walter Möbius spent decades as head doctor at the Johanniter Hospital in Bonn. One of his patients was former Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who became a good friend. Now 77, he's retired but still a keen photographer. On Talking Germany, he talks about the lessons he learned from his years in the medical profession.
Epilepsy is one of them most frequent chronic disorders worldwide, and can affect anyone, regardless of culture, gender, age or social status. In our studio interview we talk with an expert about its various causes and possible treatments. Also: myths about milk, help with atopic eczema and a new workout trend.
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