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Great New Opportunity: Access to News from and about Germany

Interested in Germany? Do you want to learn more about Germany, its economy and its culture? Or are you looking for an easy way to inform your students about the latest news from one of the world’s most popular countries?

Deutsche Welle (DW) and Deutsche Presse Agentur (dpa) are offering two new services that give you access to an exclusive selection of news and information from Germany. Both services are available free of charge in English, German, Spanish and Arabic. Teachers can register and get access to 10 dpa texts per day as well as a multimedia feed with DW content, focusing on topics of current interest in Germany.

  • With DW’s German News Service, you will stay up‐to‐date with the latest information from Germany via RSS. You can embed the RSS feed directly into your website or have it delivered to your personal RSS reader. Please find an overview of the content provided in this feed on DW’s Germany page.
  • The easy‐to‐use Web portal GermanyToday from press agency dpa provides you with texts regarding the latest news from Germany and international topics pertaining to Germany. The news service is produced daily, including at weekends and on German national holidays, in German, English, Spanish and Arabic. Each language module comprises up to ten news items, round‐ups and features. You may use the Germany Today dpa texts for print, online-portals, e-paper editions or RSS feeds without time limit.

Please send an e‐mail to viola.zintgraf@dw.de  if you would like to sign up for dpa's GermanyToday or if you would like to be provided with Deutsche Welle’s customized RSS feed.

 

GermanyToday [de] (PDF - 315kb)