It is Germany’s international broadcaster. Deutsche Welle (DW) not only reports from Germany and around the world, but also provides access to the German language. Starting March 2017, Ines Pohl is the new editor in chief. Prior to that she was working as the Washington D.C. correspondent of the broadcaster. Reporting live from the inauguration of the United States’ recent president Donald Trump.
“It felt like the country was in a state of shock in that moment,” Ines Pohl recently said to students during a talk at a Cologne school. In the meantime opposition has formed, she says.
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18 people. Resitance fighters, Holocaust survivors, surviving dependant of the Nazi dictatorship. In the last 20 years German author and journalist Tim Pröse did meet them – spoke with them about their personal stories.
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“It requires some knowledge and instict,” says Christian Hoppe, assistant medical director at Cologne’s cardiac center – Speaking of working with one of the catheters in one of the three rooms for diagnosis.
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