A Syrian Kurd once held captive by "Islamic State" is now trying to help expose extremists hiding among refugees in Germany. Masoud Aqil talks to DW about his efforts.
Crossrail is London's much-anticipated $20-billion high-speed railway, due to open in December 2018 under the name of the Elizabeth Line. DW met Andrew Wolstenholme, the CEO of Europe's biggest infrastructure project.
Christophe Castaner has been elected as the new chief of Republic on the Move! The government spokesman will seek to consolidate Macron's movement as some grassroots members start to grumble about where it is heading.
A man who apparently burned to death in a German police cell in 2005 could not have lit the fire himself, according to new documents. A prosecutor who had defended police now says there should be a murder investigation.
A new Sydney harbor ferry will be named "Ferry McFerryface" after authorities of New South Wales overruled the front runner "Boaty McBoatface" as unoriginal. The names were suggested via an online poll.
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