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Deutsche Welle has launched a new video series on YouTube. “Crash Course Arabic” features animations, unusual props and a healthy dose of humor as it relates bits of trivia from across all eras of history.
Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster, is continuing to expand its global network of correspondents after opening a new office in Istanbul with further bureaus planned for Asia and Latin America.
Shababtalk, DW's popular and equally controversial Arabic-language TV format, has been honored by the Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Awards, winning the prize in the “Radio and TV” category.
Deutsche Welle kicked off a new debate platform on December 4, 2017, launching “The 77 percent.”
Deutsche Welle has managed to boost the number of its weekly users around the globe from 101 million to 157 million over the past four years.
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'The 77 percent:' Six languages and a combination of social media and radio content, a TV format and townhall debates in various African cities.
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