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.
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The ten-part series Healthy Me! No Cap discusses health issues considered taboo on the continent, with the first episode out September 18 on different platforms, including DW's The 77 Percent.
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Andriy Yermak, head of the Ukraine's presidential office, talks to DW about Kyiv's counteroffensive efforts. Yermak says the military still needs fighter jets and missiles from allied nations and that he believes Ukraine will be victorious against Russia.
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Speaking to DW's chief political correspondent Nina Haase, Estonian Foreign Minister Margus Tsahkna said that it is crucial to make the war in Ukraine end in an "appropriate way," with Ukraine's territorial integrity being re-established.
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With several YouTube reports and a special program, the DW magazine Focus on Europe takes a critical look at the EU's cohesion policy, which accounts for one-third of the EU budget.
German Development Minister Schulze is head of the Sahel Alliance. Speaking with DW, she discusses the coup in Niger.
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.
Coverage of the situation in Russia over the past weekend significantly increased usage figures – emphasizing the relevance of DW's news offerings.
DW is now broadcasting a 30-minute daily Arabic-language radio program entitled "Sudan Now" on shortwave, Hotbird and SES-5 satellites and via the DW Arabic website.
For the second time, ENTR was the official media partner for the European Youth Event (EYE) 2023 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on June 9 and 10. ENTR was launched by DW and France Médias Monde in 2021.
DW hosted an internal exhibition in Berlin as part of the Innoklusio project. Innoklusio promotes inclusion at the workplace with management seminars and an educational program.
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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