Jens Philippi runs a small plant nursery in Saarbrücken, and has made it policy to hire staff members with disabilities. In recognition of his work, he’s now won an award from the state of Saarland.
Caricaturist Luz has gone to hell and back. He survived the "Charlie Hebdo" attack and has worked through his grief in a new book, "Catharsis." It involves a vampire, but also sunshine and laughter.
The European Union is in a hurry, with plans to launch an EU military mission against human smugglers in the Mediterranean in June. But enthusiasm for the plan in Germany is muted. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Filmmaker Ruben Khachatryan has committed his life to protection of Armenia's environment. With his organization FPWC, he cares for thousands of hectares of land and works to inspire a highly-dedicated community.
Four decades after the end of the Vietnam War, the US has strengthened ties with its former enemy, but some say the conflict lives on through the toxic defoliant Agent Orange, which is crippling innocent young lives.