DW English | How the 2019 elections could change the face of India: Interview with Raghuram Rajan

Raghuram Rajan, the former governor of the Indian Central Bank discusses his new book on the collapse of community and the upcoming elections in India. Rajan’s warnings from 2015 ahead of the global financial crisis were ignored. Now, he says that though India is a “flourishing democracy,” it risks turning to authoritarianism. Subscribe: For more […]

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DW English | What makes you happy? | International Day of Happiness

Today marks the UN’s International Day of Happiness? DW correspondents have been asking people around the world, “What makes YOU happy?” Subscribe: For more news go to: Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: ►Twitter: ►Instagram: Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: [youtube_downloader_form placeholder=”Enter Video Key” button_label=”Download Video” label=”NZYTtylfU6A”]

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DW English | German politicians want to expel US ambassador Grenell | DW News

Diplomatic ties between Germany and America appear to be going from bad to worse. US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is continuing to raise tempers in Berlin. On Tuesday, he accused the German government of “reducing its already unacceptable commitments to military readiness”, calling that a “worrisome signal” to Germany’s NATO allies.The German government is […]

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DW English | What can social media do to prevent violent live streams? | DW News

New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand mosque attack, Christchurch mosque attack, Brenton Tarrant, New Zealand mosque shootings, Christchurch mosque shootings, New Zealand terror attack, Christchurch terror attack, terrorism, right-wing terrorism, white supremacy, white supremacist, white supremacism, white supremacism Facebook, social media white supremacism, right-wing extremism social media, Facebook right-wing extremism, New Zealand Facebook, New Zealand Facebook […]

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DW English | New Zealanders show outpouring of solidarity after mosque attacks | DW News

Fifty people have been confirmed dead after a right-wing terrorist attack on two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. The suspected gunman, Australian right-wing terrorist Brenton Tarrant, has been charged with murder. New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern promised Muslim communities in Christchurch that mosques will receive police protection and victims and their […]

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