Suppliers of automotive components and spare parts in Germany are following their customers to factories outside of the country.
China and Russia are signaling to NATO that they are willing to cooperate militarily and deepen diplomatic ties with joint naval maneuvers currently taking place in the Baltic Sea. Experts say China wants a global navy.
According to a new UN report, Afghanistan's protracted war killed a record number of 1,662 civilians in the first six months of this year. DW spoke to Dr. Sima Samar, chairperson of the Afghan Human Rights Commission.
Pyongyang may want to pay for much-needed energy supplies with weapons and nuclear technology, analysts suggest. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The first of 100 Airbus planes bought by Tehran after sanctions were lifted by the West has arrived in Iran. Despite billions worth of contracts, opposition remains to the controversial deal that opened trade ties.
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