In France, following protests against new labour laws, demonstrators have been gathering in squares in Paris and other major cities, occupying them for several nights. Many see this as the beginning a of a new and durable political movement.
The social media giant has described renewed efforts as "one of our most important goals." With elections just around the corner in Germany, authorities fear fake news could affect the vote.
In a first verdict of its kind, a Pakistani court sentenced a man to death for committing blasphemy on Facebook. But rights groups say the government is using blasphemy as an excuse to muzzle free speech in the country.
Venezuela's Supreme Court has said it will begin preliminary proceedings against Ortega next week. One of the government's most high-profile critics, Ortega is accused of failing to respect the court's decisions.
A DW web-video about the burkini has gone viral, sparking a debate about the relationship between female nudity and politics. Here is what can be learned from social media users' hundreds of reactions.
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