Among the new German parliamentarians are 35 with an "immigration background" – a label they find unfortunate, as they are not there to merely fulfill a quota. Naomi Conrad talked to several of these parliamentarians in BerlinMore
Iran, once again, has signaled its readiness to enter negotiations on its controversial nuclear program. This time around, experts are hoping for direct talks with the United States - because little time remains. Naomi Conrad reportsMore
After his diplomatic success in Gaza, President Mohammed Morsi has begun to move against the judiciary and expand his power in Egypt, all with the support of the military. The opposition has taken to the streets. By Naomi ConradMore
More than a third of women in Turkey have experienced sexual and physical violence at some point. An anti-violence law introduced in March was watered down by Prime Minister Erdogan. Activists fear an erosion of rights. Naomi Conrad reportsMore
American photojournalist Michael Kamber covered the Iraq War for the "New York Times" from 2003 to 2012. He is also winner of the World Press Photo Award. In this interview with Qantara.de, he explains how important it is to him to provide an accurate insight into and a comprehensive historical documentation of the war. This picture gallery presents a small selection of photos from his time covering the war in Iraq.