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Reporter Podcast: Uganda's Generous Treatment of Refugees

Reporter Podcast: Uganda's Generous Treatment of Refugees

March 20, 2018, 03:48 PM

Maria Feck and Christoph Titz traveled to Uganda and were particularly impressed by the large numbers of refugees taken in by the small country. In an interview, the reporters talk about unusual refugee camps, corruption and the soundtrack of their trip. Interview Conducted By Anna Behrend more...


Reporter Podcast: Understanding the Riddles of Greenland

Reporter Podcast: Understanding the Riddles of Greenland

March 11, 2018, 05:57 PM

Christoph Seidler traveled to the vast Greenland ice sheet to visit scientists studying global warming there. In an interview, the reporter talks about what makes such projects so special and why he almost didn't make it back. Interview Conducted By Anna Behrend more... Comment ]

Palm Oil Quiz: Donuts, Detergent and Diesel

Palm Oil Quiz: Donuts, Detergent and Diesel

March 02, 2018, 01:32 PM

It is found in chocolate, soap and biofuel: Palm oil is ubiquitous. Why is it so popular? And are there alternatives? Test your knowledge! By Isabella Reichert more... Comment ]


Reporter Podcast: Traveling to the 'Blood Sisters'

Reporter Podcast: Traveling to the 'Blood Sisters'

March 01, 2018, 11:16 AM

Journalists Verena Töpper and Maria Feck traveled to Kenya to meet with girls who are unable to afford sanitary napkins. There, they learned of new solutions being tested that could help millions in the same predicament. An Interview by Anna Behrend more... Comment ]

Reporter Podcast: 'It Was Suffocating, and the Ground Was Shaking'

Reporter Podcast: 'It Was Suffocating, and the Ground Was Shaking'

February 28, 2018, 12:57 PM

Children are risking their lives in India's illegal mica mines. Journalist Marius Münstermann talks about what he saw and experienced while reporting on the mines -- and how the earth shook with every blow of the pickaxe. An Interview by Anna Behrend more... Comment ]


Reporter Podcast: Exploring One of Europe's Last Wild Rivers

Reporter Podcast: Exploring One of Europe's Last Wild Rivers

February 28, 2018, 12:57 PM

The last wild river in Europe is in danger. Holger Dambeck and Jonathan Miske accompanied researchers to the site in Albania, and in the Hörweite podcast, they spoke about the different accents of nightingales, introverted snail collectors and the charms of village life. An Interview by Anna Behrend more... Comment ]

Cursed Fruits: The Palm Oil Problem

Cursed Fruits: The Palm Oil Problem

February 23, 2018, 05:25 PM

Everyone wants sustainably produced palm oil, but few are willing to pay for it. A multimedia story about greed, avarice -- and hope. By Vanessa Steinmetz and Karl Vandenhole more... Comment ]


3D Printing for Amputees: A New Leg for Joan

3D Printing for Amputees: A New Leg for Joan

January 31, 2018, 10:29 AM

Thirty million people in developing countries need either a prosthetic limb or some other form of orthopedic assistance. Can 3D printing help them? A multimedia story by Benjamin Breitegger and Jelca Kollatsch. more...

Pollution Quiz: Where the Air Is Dirtiest

Pollution Quiz: Where the Air Is Dirtiest

January 15, 2018, 03:47 PM

What means of transportation is the worst polluter? Where is the air particularly dirty? Explore our interactive quiz to learn more about the state of air pollution around the world. more...


Free Money: Providing a Basic Income as Development Aid

Free Money: Providing a Basic Income as Development Aid

December 27, 2017, 01:35 PM

It sounds like a dream: Poor villagers are handed money regularly every month, for several years, with no conditions attached. An American organization is currently testing the model in Kenya. By Patrick Witte (Text) and Kirsten Milhahn (Photos and Videos) more... Comment ]