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Bolivia has the world's lowest minimum age for child labor. Children there can work legally for themselves or their families. Once they hit 12, they can work for others. It's estimated that there are around 850,000 child laborers.
When they began building the Berlin Wall, Hartmut Richter knew he had to escape. In the 28 years that the Berlin Wall divided the city, at least 136 people were killed trying to get to West Berlin. Richter risked his life and went on to help more ...
It is among the cleanest cities in India and wants to regain its title as the cleanest. Trash is sorted, and it's collected on a regular basis. The municipality operates a recycling facility. Ragpickers are recruited to join the sanitation workforce.
Mariendonk Abbey is home to 27 nuns. Most are old. There is only one novice. The community has to support itself, but without fresh blood things are getting difficult.
We meet German YouTube star Alexibexi. He is a role model for many youngsters, earning big bucks with his videos. Schoolkids dream of such a career, and the advertising industry sees there is money to be made here.
Electricians, bakers and other skilled tradespeople are adapting to the modern world. That means mastering lots of hi-tech. 3D printing, for example, is set to revolutionise saddle-making! Apprentices can be way ahead of their employers.
The construction industry is booming in Germany. Skilled tradespeople - electricians, plumbers, plasterers and the like - are in short supply, especially in the big cities. MADE checks out a construction site.
Japanese society is still largely governed by traditional assumptions. Asuka Otani is challenging those attitudes with gender neutral underwear. We meet the young entrepreneur.
The country has the world's largest oil reserves but is in economic free fall and political crisis. We explore the reasons for the chaos that has caused millions of citizens to flee.
Waldemar Zeiler is the epitome of Generation Y entrepreneurship. His colleagues work when they want to and take many decisions themselves. He says change begins with business; he's brought some young movers and shakers together in Berlin.
Educated, independent-minded and determined - members of Generation Y are reshaping the world of work. For one thing, they have to explain the digital economy to aging bosses.
At the Rheingau Musik Festival, the Bochabela String Orchestra performed "Long Way to Freedom", a programme which paid hommage to Nelson Mandela. The orchestra's musicians hail from South Africa's townships. Arts.21 went to go see them.
People from some 190 nations live in the German capital. DW presents 50 of them in the book "Planet Berlin". Sharon Schael from Venezuela sells arepas, cornmeal cakes popular in her homeland, at a Berlin flea market.
Once every two years, florists decorate Brussels' city hall with opulent floral creations. Thirteen historical rooms of the gothic structure are covered from floor to ceiling with more than 100,000 flowers.
Cardboard boxes, tape and lots of helpers: that's all Olivier Grossetete needs to build an entire city. Aided by volunteers, the artist erected his largest work to date in the French city of Le Havre.
The Alphorn festival in Nendaz, Switzerland features an alpine horn competition, a parade in traditional costumes, as well as concerts. The group "The Alpine Sisters" even play rock music on their horns.
For women only: Bikers from around the world head to the Petrolettes festival. Held at Ferropolis, a former open-cast mine, it attracts some 500 participants. There are workshops, concerts and, naturally, bike races.
German scientist Alexander von Humboldt was intrigued by the way of life of indigenous peoples in South America. In that spirit we visit members of the Achuar people, who live in relative isolation deep in the Amazon forest.
According to a group of young Oxford University researchers, it's your own fault if you think life is getting worse. In terms of poverty, life expectancy and infant mortality, global statistics show positive improvement.
Traditionally, the Maasai people's women don't hold jobs - least of all as wildlife conservationists. But now several Maasai women are being trained as park rangers in Amboseli National Park.
Soffia Theodorsdottir lives in a typical Icelandic home in the south of the country. She campaigns against water in plastic bottles, and in her spare time she likes to play on her old Bluthner piano.
Skoda has unveiled the facelift of its flagship model Superb. Next year, the sedan and station wagon will come in a newer look. In addition, they've been equipped with new assist systems, all-LED headlights and modern infotainment and connection s...
The I-Pace is Jaguar's first all-electric vehicle and a completely independent model. Its specs are impressive: a combined system output of 294 kilowatts and maximum torque of 696 Newton meters. It can also fly from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds.