Why female migrants are prone to sexual abuse in Cambodia
Strict implementation of laws is needed to prevent rampant sexual abuse and harassment in Cambodia, say experts.
Taiwan launches investigation into blackout that cut power to millions
Taiwan's president has apologized after a power outage left millions of households without power during sweltering heat.
Marawi residents caught between a difficult terrain and Islamists
Security risks and poor road conditions are making it difficult for humanitarian aid to reach some 77,000 people.
Christian Pulisic, Niklas Süle and the Bundesliga wonderkids set to step up
The Bundesliga has long been an incubator of young talent, Pulisic and Süle are just two who'll make strides this term.
India and Pakistan 'are different, but man, we can really get along,' says musician Zeshan B
Hindus burned down his Muslim grandfather's store in India in 1947. Zeshan B tells DW how history inspires his sound.