When Nepal's massive earthquake struck last week, student Milena Rabe was in the country's south working with one of the region's most marginalized minorities. She says the Chepang people are still waiting for help.
Rescue teams in Nepal pulled out a 101-year-old man who managed to survive under the rubble after his house collapsed in last week's quake. Officials say they have stopped looking for survivors and are focusing on aid.
Two women and one man were reported to have been pulled alive from an earthquake-devastated village in north-eastern Nepal. Recovery teams are struggling to reach remote areas eight days after the 7.8 magnitude shake.
Violence and economic problems are forcing thousands of Pakistanis to flee their country. Many of them come to Europe illegally via Libya. But is it really worth all the risk? DW talks to a Pakistani refugee in Germany.
Afghans Afzal and Rafie have been living in Germany for a couple months after fleeing the conflict in their homeland. They don't know if they will be allowed to stay in Europe. Meanwhile they wait, hope and learn German.
Hundreds of Taliban fighters have besieged the northern Afghan city of Kunduz and are attacking Afghan army bases and checkpoints. DW correspondent Mohammad Saber Yosofi describes the situation on the ground.
A powerful earthquake recently struck the Himalayan nation of Nepal - a poor country that has been plagued by political instability in recent years. How was the country prepared to deal with such a disaster? DW examines.
A day after a massive quake in Nepal claimed more than 2,000 lives, the region is still facing strong aftershocks. Journalist and Kathmandu resident Shiwani Neupane tells DW how people are coping with the situation.
Hundreds of people have been killed in a powerful earthquake that struck the Himalayan nation of Nepal. DW spoke to The Asia Foundation's George Varughese, who witnessed the disaster in the capital, Kathmandu.