German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has said a cease-fire in the Middle East would prevent Israel from defending itself. Speaking to DW, Baerbock defended Germany's refusal to back a cease-fire in Gaza. She also hit out at criticism of Germany's support for Israel, calling it "extremely disturbing."
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The second season of "Don't Hold Back – Say It Loud", co-produced by DW and South African partners Jacaranda FM and East Coast Radio, is out with ten new episodes. The first episode was released on November 15.
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DW correspondent Tania Krämer was awarded the Werner Holzer Prize for Outstanding Foreign Journalism for her reporting from Israel and the Middle East on November 14 in Frankfurt.
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Together with its Senegal-based distribution partner Label TV, DW has produced ten episodes of its popular format "The 77 Percent" in French. The magazine is oriented towards young people in Africa.
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In 2023, DW generated 320 million weekly user contacts with its journalistic offerings, an increase of 29 million (or ten percent) from last year.
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With DW Learn German, people around the globe are successfully learning and teaching the German language. The learning platform has just reached a million registered users.
On October 18, authorities in Kazan, Russia, detained Alsu Kurmasheva, an editor with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's (RFE/RL) Tatar-Bashkir Service.
The annual summit of eight international public service media – the DG8 – from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States concluded today in Montréal.
The app by DW and OONI (Open Observatory of Network Interference) "News Media Scan by DW" makes an important contribution to the detection and documentation of Internet censorship. It can be used anywhere in the world.
DW Editor-in-Chief Manuela Kasper-Claridge and other representatives of DW and the DW Akademie invited partners, institutions and employees to the official opening of the new joint office in Beirut on September 26.
DW Akademie has joined Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to develop a charter for a common set of ethics in the age of artificial intelligence. The committee is headed by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.
About 23 kilometers from the front, Deutsche Welle cameraman Ievgen Shylko was hit and injured by shrapnel from a Russian cluster munition. One Ukrainian soldier died in the attack; others were seriously injured.
At a ceremony on May 10 in the German Bundestag to mark DW's 70th anniversary, the chancellor pledges continued support for the foreign broadcaster in a congratulatory message.
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DW presented the action plan in a closed session of the Bundestag's Committee on Cultural and Media Affairs on Jan. 25.
Kyrgyzstan increasingly restricts press freedom. The media outlet Kloop has become the government's latest target.
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