Students compete in NASA’s international ‘Rover’ challenge
02 April 2017 | 5:25 am
School and university teams from the U.S. and numerous other countries compete in NASA's 2017 Human Exploration Rover Challenge, peddling human-powered rover vehicles which they designed and built themselves for navigating the surface of other planets.
Human Rights Watch has obtained rare testimony from the LGBTQ community in Qatar that states authorities in the country hosting the 2022 World Cup are arbitrarily detaining and ill-treating LGBTQ people.
"Around the globe there is a backlash against human rights defenders and a backlash against democracy", but "we must not lose hope". So says Alice Mogwe, director of the International Federation for Human Rights (known by its French acronym FIDH), which is celebrating its centenary in Paris this week.
A war between military junta and people Myanmar: Phil Robertson, Human Rights Watch
At least eleven students died, and six others were in critical condition after a fire in a school for the blind in central Uganda, police said on Tuesday.
A DW journalist has been given unprecedented access to rebel-controlled gold mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Miners and civilians are forced to risk their lives, while the wealthy buy gold in the global north.
A stampede in a nightlife district in South Korea killed more than 150 people over the Halloween weekend. Crowd researchers explain how such tragedies can happen and what you can do to stay safe.
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Bayern Munich cruised past Schalke to make it 10 wins in a row in their last match before the World Cup. Jamal Musiala was the star again as Bayern's Germany contingent appear ready to bring their club form to Qatar.
The German embassy in Cairo accused Egyptian security officials of monitoring and filming events at the German pavilion in the climate conference venue. Berlin has used its presence to highlight human rights issues. The German embassy in Cairo accused Egyptian security officials of monitoring and filming events at the German pavilion in the climate conference venue. Berlin has used its presence to highlight human rights issues.
The Gulf nation of Qatar is hosting the FIFA World Cup, even as human rights groups document the colossal loss of life among migrant labourers working on the country's massive construction programme. Moreover, Qatar's attitude to same-sex relationships has prompted calls for the Emirate to be shunned.
German soccer boss Bernd Neuendorf said his team was prepared to be fined for wearing a multi-colored armband in Qatar. He also didn't rule out other protest actions by German players at the World Cup.
Taking inspiration from Ann L. Mason, a U.S. diplomat who was already using a tuk tuk, three other diplomats, Shareen J. Kitterman, Ruth Holmberg and Jennifer Bywaters have bought personalised tuk tuks.
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