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The world cupped: The inside story of the bra

Simone Perele lingerie company head of technical development, Anne-Marie Afflard, poses during a photo session at the Simone Perele headquarters in Clichy, outside Paris, on December 20, 2018.

It rarely sees the light of day but the upscale bra is the most tested, sweated over and highly engineered piece of clothing of all.

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22.01.2019 | 15:19

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Namaste, Northern Lights

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Aurora Borealis, aka the Northern Lights. A beautiful painting on a big black canvas. It was always my childhood dream to come here to observe this astronomical activity and so I decided to begin my solo trip in Tromsøya, one of Norway’s many thousand islands.

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11.01.2019 | 14:57

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Masked dance tradition rises from near extinction in Cambodia

Dancers get ready backstage before a performance of masked theater known as Khon at the Thailand Cultural Centre in Bangkok, Thailand November 7, 2018. The dance was recently listed by UNESCO, the United Nations' cultural agency, as an intangible cultural heritage, along with neighboring Cambodia's version of the dance known as Lakhon Khol. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Dancers get ready backstage before a performance of masked theater known as Khon at the Thailand Cultural Centre in Bangkok, Thailand November 7, 2018. The dance was recently listed by UNESCO, the United Nations’ cultural agency, as an intangible cultural heritage, along with neighboring Cambodia’s version of the dance known as Lakhon Khol.

Cambodia’s centuries-old tradition of masked dance was nearly wiped out by the Khmer Rouge’s “Killing Fields” regime, but a handful of artists managed to keep it alive and are now working to pass it along to a new generation.

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08.01.2019 | 13:57

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Newspaper in five languages gives refugees a voice

Fifteen Afghan girls founded the “Migratory Birds” — a newspaper made by refugees for refugees. For the young authors, reporting about their own lives is an act of self-empowerment.

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04.01.2019 | 12:44

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Women in professional motorsports

Sophia Flörsch’s shocking crash in November captured headlines and highlighted the role of women in motorsport. DW takes a look at women who have made an impact.

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01.01.2019 | 14:21

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From Markle to Michelle: 10 celebrities using star power for good in 2018

London, United Kingdom. Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex , at the Hubb Community Kitchen in London, to see how the funds raised by the Together: Our Community Cookbook are already making a difference to the community effected by the Grenfell Tower fire. (21/11/2018)

Stars from Buckingham Palace to Bollywood used their fame in 2018 to highlight global challenges from climate change to women’s rights.

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31.12.2018 | 14:08

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The ‘She Homes’ Project in India and the Possibility of Traveling Women

Traveling, safety and power are deeply interlinked in the populous, diverse and inherently patriarchal country of India. Because of this complexity, women have often refrained from traveling by themselves. In Kerala, however, things may be changing.

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29.12.2018 | 14:23

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