Co-leader of the German Green Party Cem Özdemir was the guest on this week's edition of "Conflict Zone." He told host Tim Sebastian that he thought Angela Merkel's policy on Turkey was one of her biggest defeats.
On DW's "Conflict Zone," Turkey's EU Ambassador Selim Yenel told host Tim Sebastian that his government was "very patient" regarding EU membership.
The award honors a person or initiative taking a stand for human rights and freedom of expression. DW will be awarding the Freedom of Speech Award 2016 to Sedat Ergin, editor-in-chief of the Turkish daily "Hürriyet".
Deutsche Welle and Channels TV celebrated the launch of their coproduction Eco@Africa in Abuja, Nigeria.
"There will be a deployment of NATO troops on the territory of the Eastern flank," Poland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski told DW host Michel Friedman on this week's "Conflict Zone."
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta is calling for reform of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Otherwise Kenya might consider pulling out of the institution, Kenyatta told DW.
The jury of "The Bobs – Best of Online Activism" has chosen year's finalists and announced the shortlist of nominees at thebobs.com. Until May 2, Internet users have the opportunity to participate in an online vote.
Despite continuing violence between Israelis and Palestinians, Hamdallah stressed his commitment to non-violent resistance in an interview with DW. He did not, however, condemn recent attacks by Palestinians.
Women's Day on March 8 marks the first anniversary of 'Gender@International Bonn.' International organizations in Bonn have teamed up to promote gender equality around the world.
An international jury of renowned online experts will begin today to evaluate this year's submissions for The Bobs, DW’s online activism contest. The jury members from 14 countries are excited to choose the finalists.
Gareth Sweeney of Transparency International urges the next FIFA president to continue the reform process: "It's important that the president sets forth his agenda for reform very clearly from the outset."
In an interview with DW, the UN special envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, expressed hope for the next round of peace talks.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi told Deutsche Welle that Iraqi government forces are ready to begin the long-expected military operation to retake the city of Mosul from the so-called Islamic State (IS).
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