Many girls in Uganda skip school because they cannot afford sanitary pads. As a result, some lag behind in class, jeopardizing their future. A Ugandan artist has found a way to help, teaching girls in Kampala how to make their own sanitary pads.
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The German military is looking for new recruits. It has set up intro camps to provide insights into the soldiers’ daily routine, while aiming to allay fears and generate interest in a career with the armed forces. For a related story, go to: http://p.dw.com/p/2leRC source Please follow and like us:
In China, the future of video surveillance is already here. A network of 20 million cameras with high-tech capabilities like facial recognition and artificial intelligence is being used to track and identify citizens in real time. Could similar technology be coming to Europe? Carl Nasman reports. source Please follow and like us:
Artists and urban planners change the face of Medellin; people in Japan try to contact kidnapped relatives in North Korea; Pittsburgh on its way back to the future; Bataclan: remembering the terrorist attacks in Paris. For more World stories, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/world-stories/s-30419 source Please follow and like us: