Around 85,000 disabled Germans have court-appointed legal guardians -- and are thus disqualified from voting in their country's upcoming election. In Poland, activists are holding vigils to protest against unconstitutional judiciary reforms.
Almost three decades after the fall of the Iron Curtain, constitutional democracy is increasingly coming under pressure in the former socialist states of Eastern and Southern Europe. What are the reasons for this?
Germany's foreign minister has said he believes Myanmar will make a deal to repatriate 600,000 Rohingya refugees who fled Rakhine state. Many in Myanmar see Rohingya as illegal immigrants responsible for terrorism.
The G20 presidency, Compact with Africa, the Marshall plan – never before has Africa had such a platform in German politics. But could elections change things? DW took a look at the German parties' manifestos.
How have Germany's newspapers reacted to Sunday's election? And what did the world's newspapers have to say about it? DW has all the front-page news in our press roundup.