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In Zimbabwe and Gambia, there are more women in the workforce than men. In industrialized countries like Germany, it's not unusual for women with children to be housewives. Cristina Cubas wonders if German policy deliberately keeps women in the home.
The applause, the smell of greasepaint. Acting is an exciting profession. But it's not easy to make a living as an actor in Germany. There's little to no job security. MADE met actress Iris Boss to find out more.
Jurgen Klein and his colleagues from the Germany company DMT inspect wire ropes and steel cables around the world, ensuring maximum safety. If they make a mistake, it can be a matter of life and death.
Thais spend more time on the Internet than any other people in the world. Few are concerned about protecting their private data. While some entrepreneurs are exploiting it, others are setting up companies to protect it.
With the GT X Experimental, Opel has presented its vision for next-generation e-mobility. With a pared-down front end and "digitally detoxed" interior, the compact SUV concept car is a design standout.
The Lexus LC 500 is super-sporty and super-powerful. Its 5-liter, naturally aspirated engine generates 351 kilowatts, but the cruiser it no slouch in the design department, either. We check out a 2-plus-2 seater with rear-wheel drive.
The Bentley 8 Litre was the biggest passenger car made in Britain in its day. Between 1930 and 1932, exactly 100 of the handcrafted models were produced. Its predecessors had throaty motorsport engines, but for the Bentley, "silence was golden."
Seat made its name with sporty, economically priced cars from the mid-range down. Now the Spanish carmaker is expanding its SUV range upwards. The Tarraco is the first Wolfsburg-built Seat, and it's also the biggest to date.
Masih Alinejad comes from Iran but lives in exile. She rose to prominence thanks to her online campaigns 'My Stealthy Freedom' and 'White Wednesdays.' Her protest against Iran's compulsory hijab rule has won her followers from around the world.
"Many people are sharing more online because they don't realize it could be used against them," says net activist Markus Beckedahl. He spoke to DW about data protection and IT security. Digital savviness doesn't just happen - it needs to be learned.
In the Spanish holiday resort Tenerife, orcas, so-called killer whales, are trained to perform in shows. Mercedes Hernandez is fighting to stop these shows. Her son, an orca trainer, was killed during a show.
The Russian capital develops an exceptional splendor in winter, from the snow-covered Kremlin to illuminated boulevards, ice floes on the Moskva River and skaters in Gorky Park.
Simon Kaiser from the restaurant "Das Esszimmer" in in the southern German state of Baden-Wurttemberg is promoting the comeback of an old breed of pig for gourmets, the Swabian Hall swine.
The Indonesian capital of Jakarta is sinking by up to 25 centimeters every year. More than 30 million people in and around the city are at risk. Now urban planners have begun to act in the hope of averting disaster.
Why we all need to stop making excuses and start exercising: In Good Shape Fit talks fitness and motivation with sports psychologist Prof. Ralf Brand from the University of Potsdam.
Achim Kramer has developed a blood test which gives information about an individual's chronobiological predisposition. The chronobiologist works at the Institute for Medical Immunology at Berlin's Charite Hospital.
In southern Poland, architect Robert Konieczny has designed a house that is one with nature. Its second roof has a spire that is embedded in the ground. The Ark house's minimalist style makes it an oasis of peace.
Winter isn't just cold and grey, and it surely doesn't deserve less appreciation than the other seasons. DW shows all the lovely sides of the year's coldest season, and how Scandinavia has learned to embrace it.