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When your daughter suddenly becomes radicalized

A woman wearing niqab walks past a police woman in Berlin, Germany.

Children’s life decisions are often difficult for parents to bear and even more difficult to understand — especially when the children radicalize themselves. DW met an affected German mother.

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12.11.2018 | 13:09

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‘Save me’: Kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirl pleads for freedom

The father of a Nigerian schoolgirl kidnapped by Boko Haram called on Tuesday for the government to do more to secure her freedom after audio of her begging for help was released.

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29.08.2018 | 15:21

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The real Kashmir

Poets call it one of the most beautiful places on earth. Analysts consider it to be one of the most dangerous areas in the world. But what is Kashmir in reality? (Picture:  Kashmiri muslim school girl dressed in traditional outfits sing during the full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, on 24/1/ 2013.)

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24.08.2018 | 7:29

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Krishna Kumari — From bonded laborer to Pakistan’s first lower caste Hindu senator

Krishna Kumari became Pakistan’s first Hindu-Dalit senator after she was elected to the upper house of parliament in March 2018. In an interview with DW, Kumari talks about the plight of religious minorities in Pakistan.

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04.04.2018 | 13:02

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Why do women hide their hair?

Muslims, Jews, Christians: Women all over the world cover their heads out of religious piety. An exhibition at Berlin’s Jewish Museum asks what motivates them – and how others respond.

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04.04.2017 | 14:23

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Not secure in the ‘land of pure’

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The mullah culture is a constant threat to new and secular feminism in Pakistan, writes feminist writer Ayesha Hasan.

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17.03.2016 | 15:06

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“The tragedy of this family should not be the subject of this kind of satire.”

Fatima Kurdi, from Canada, stands next to a painting of her late nephew, Aylan Kurdi, on a board outside of EU headquarters on Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. Aylan Kurdi (3) and his family was on the way to her when the small rubber boat he and his family were in capsized in a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece. © picture-alliance/AP Photo/V. Mayo

Fatima Kurdi, from Canada, stands next to a painting of her late nephew, Aylan Kurdi, on a board outside of EU headquarters on Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. Aylan Kurdi (3) and his family was on the way to her when the small rubber boat he and his family were in capsized in a desperate voyage from Turkey to Greece. © picture-alliance/AP Photo/V. Mayo

The refugee crisis in Europe has led ‪#‎CharlieHebdo, the satirical French magazine, to publish some highly provocative cartoons. I won’t be buying this edition, said DW’s Grahame Lucas.

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18.09.2015 | 19:27

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