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Bach meets techno: DJ Marc Romboy gives the Baroque composer an electronic update

11-11-2019

Bach is techno — ask DJ Marc Romboy if you don't believe it's true. Romboy takes classical masterpieces and gives them a 21st century, electronic music face-lift.

Is the German language degenerating?

11-11-2019

Butchered words and incorrect grammar on WhatsApp and Twitter, and Anglicisms everywhere: For years, critics have been complaining that the German language is deteriorating. But are they right?

Tariffs the sticking point in US-China trade negotiations

11-11-2019

China and the US appear to have different views on the details of a still-unagreed trade deal. The tit-for-tat tariffs are hurting both countries and economist Jeff Schott told DW both sides are hoping for a ceasefire.

EU targets Turkey's oil drilling off Cyprus coast

11-11-2019

EU foreign ministers have approved a new mechanism to sanction entities involved in unauthorized oil drilling in Cypriot waters. But Turkey can avoid financial penalties if it ends its illegal drilling, diplomats said.

Poverty after retirement: How a German pensioner makes ends meet

11-11-2019

Germany's government has approved plans to increase pensions for low income earners. DW spoke to one retiree about living below the poverty line and how such a plan could improve his quality of life.

Gambia files genocide case against Myanmar

11-11-2019

The Gambia has lodged a grievance with the United Nations' top court, calling for an end to genocide in Myanmar. The Southeast Asian country is accused of using rape and murder to persecute its Rohingya Muslim minority.

Brazil's next fire disaster, in the Pantanal wetlands

11-11-2019

Brazil's Pantanal wetlands are on fire. While the world was shocked by the wildfires that ravaged the Amazon, few seem to have noticed the destruction of the world's largest tropical wetland area.