Alan Kirby from St. Louis teaches high school German and is on a visit to Annaberg-Buchholz in Saxony. A former exchange student who lives here is showing him around the town in the Ore Mountains.
As Hillary Clinton takes "What Happened" on the road, critics have questioned her need to return to the public spotlight. But as DW's Rachel Stewart learned, Clinton's fans appear to need this as much as she does.
President Hassan Rouhani is determined to strengthen Iran's missile capabilities, brushing aside criticism from the US. Friday's speech to soldiers marked the anniversary of the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war in 1980.
Federal agencies in the US have 90 days to wipe Kaspersky software from their computers. Officials are concerned about the Russian company's ties to the Kremlin and possible threats to national security.
US officials have confirmed that last year the Russian government tried to hack voting machines in some states for the 2016 presidential election. Some officials found out only Friday their states were on the list.
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