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During the week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel attempted to calm fears at her summer press conference. Yet many of her answers were vague. DW examines the chancellor's statements. (30.07.2016)
Snipers on the roof, a glass wall in front of the lectern - President Obama spoke at the Brandenburg Gate under heavy security. It was over 40 degrees Celsius: guests and journalists sweltered. (20.06.2013)
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have released mobile apps in their bid to win the White House. Both have turned to a form of "gamification" to attract more supporters. (25.08.2016)
Elected six months ago on a platform of hope and change, French President Emmanuel Macron is taking no prisoners both at home and abroad in a bid to make his country great again. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
Other world leaders congratulated Chancellor Merkel on winning the election at the start of the week. The US president took four days to offer his congratulations.
US President Trump urged the world to pressure Iran to "end its pursuit of death and destruction." He said Iran had committed multiple violations of the accord and called for sanctions on the Iran's Revolutionary Guard.
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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