The G20 summit in the northern German city of Hamburg was held from July 7-8. The Group of 20 leading economic nations accounts for roughly two-thirds of the world population and 80 percent of world trade.
The G20 came to replace the G8 group of wealthiest countries in 2009. Member states: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, European Union, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States. This page is a collection of DW's latest content on the G20.
Nearly 20 years after the end of Northern Ireland's conflict, Protestant and Catholic communities are still largely divided. Tensions can easily flare, especially in July, when Protestant communities celebrate a military victory over Catholics back in 1690. The Protestant Orange Order marches through the streets of cities and towns with flute bands. Louise Osborne and Jennifer Collins report.
Massimo Carminati and Salvatore Buzzi have been sentenced to 20 and 19 years in prison respectively, after being found guilty of stealing millions in public money. However, they were spared of a special Mafia conviction.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called the pre-trial detention of consultant Peter Steudtner and a group of other human rights activists in Turkey "unjustified." Sweden and the US have also condemned the arrests.
The G20 summit in Hamburg was overshadowed by violence. Cars and property were set alight, shopfronts destroyed and goods looted. Much of the violence has been attributed to radical left-wing extremists who are thought to have travelled from across Europe to wreak havoc. So what lessons, if any, can be learned from the summit? We hear from political analyst Heinz Schulte.
On today's programme: Learning lessons from violence at the G20 summit - Turkey one year after the failed coup - Citizenship debate in Italy - The cash free revolution taking over Sweden - Is Brexit looking shaky? - Why Europe is suffering from a measles outbreak - Poland's chainsaw massacre - Abused women protected by canine companions in Spain – The Czech Republic's teen activist.