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India has a major problem around female suicide. Almost 40 percent of women who kill themselves globally live in India. This is much higher than the suicide rate for Indian men. A report published recently calls what's going on in India a public h...
Chile has been rocked by three weeks of sometimes violent protests demanding constitutional reform and greater equality. DW met up with one student leader for whom the last few weeks have been unusually hectic.
From the famed Marienplatz tothe Royal Residence, this group of U.S. tourists visited Munich's highlights. They're traveling with Road Scholar, a non-profit organization that imparts education through travel.
In the Gorongosa National Park, young female scientists are cataloguing flora and fauna for a global genetic database. It will enhance our understanding of the diversity of life on earth and the roles different species play.
Dr. Ernest Darkoh's mission is to revolutionize health care in Africa. He set up the company BroadReach to provide doctors with data that could help them prevent disease.
First they burn the forest, then the cattle arrive and then the soybeans. The global appetite for soy and beef has been driving the Amazon's destruction for decades now. The consultancy firm Pecsa hopes to teaches cattle ranchers sustainability.
The 3rd-generation Volvo S60 edition is flatter, lower, sportier and more aggressive than its predecessor. The first Volvo to be produced in the USA, it comes to Europe with a choice of two turbocharged gasoline engines or a plug-in hybrid version.
We test the most powerful Audi R8. It shares a 5.2-liter V10 engine with the Lamborghini Huracan. 456 kW and 580 Nm of torque carry it from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.1 seconds. But this gasoline dinosaur is doomed to disappear.
Mobility is changing. Toyota is bucking the trend and putting its hopes on hydrogen fuel cells. We test drove the hydrogen-powered Mirai at the Zero-Emission-Tour and learned more about this drive technology.
In 2018, Seat spun off its subsidiary sports carmaker Cupra. Now, they have added exclusivity to the mix. Limited to 1999 cars, the Cupra Ateca Limited Edition has rims and a carbon-fiber body finished with a distinctive copper-thread braiding.
Ethnic origin and cultural background can influence your opportunities on the job market. What do you need to know to ensure you're getting a fair chance? DW's Chiponda Chimbelu looked into the topic, on his own behalf.
Germany is the most popular destination for migrants in Europe. Most migrants are looking for jobs, but not all of them find one. Why? And how welcome are migrants in Germany really? A fact check.
Your first job interview and nothing to wear? Suit up, says DW's Gerhard Elfers. He tells you what to look out for when buying your first office outfit. On one point he's adamant: don't let your mother choose it!
Educational researcher Aladin El-Mafaalani has compared the biographies of top achievers with Turkish and German backgrounds. He talked to men and women with successful careers as managers and professors in Germany.
The Golf has not only become Volkswagen's best-selling car in recent decades, but also a synonym for an entire vehicle class. Now VW is showing the eighth generation of the million-seller to the world for the first time.
The Peugeot 508 is undoubtedly one of the world's most elegant mid-size sedans. A real eye-catcher from the outside, it also has a refined interior. Numerous assistance systems support the driver on long hauls. The 508 can even park itself.
If European manufacturers are right, the future of mobility will be all-electric. But what about the Japanese manufacturers like Toyota, Mazda or Lexus? They showed off their rather different future concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Taycan is Porsche's first all-electric production sports car. Nicknamed the Turbo S, it boasts an impressive 560 kW and 1050 Nm of torque. It goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and top speed is limited to 260 km/h.
The fight of refugees for better living conditions is at the centre of Milo Rau's new project. The renowned theatre director wants to end their exploitation. His film recasts the Passion of Christ, with refugees as Jesus and Apostles.