Western sanctions and low oil prices have reached the pantries of unemployed Russian citizens. Can the foodsharing movement provide a solution that eliminates waste and keeps people from going hungry in hard times?
Of all the countries from which the Islamic State recruits its fighters, Russia tops the list. Most come from the republic of Chechnya, DW's Juri Rescheto reports.
Low oil profits, sanctions and structural problems have got Russia's economy stuck in a crisis; their emergency reserves are drying up. Still, the conflict with the West could escalate.
The two candidates have raised the stakes in France's presidential election. They both seek reform, but offer polarizing visions for France's future and its place in the world. DW examines their positions.
The attack in Istanbul has directed attention towards Central Asia, an area that has long been in the sights of the Islamic State. The economic situation as made the region fertile ground for jihadi recruiters.
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