Germany's Left Party is finalizing its campaign platform. It's been dogged by bitter in-fighting in the past. Now party leaders are hoping a unified front on social justice issues will win favor with voters.
Left Party delegates have voted by a large majority to back the proposal by leaders Katja Kipping and Bernd Riexinger. It was a setback for the party's most recognizable face and voice, Sahra Wagenknecht.
Angela Merkel has gone from defender of the rule-based international order at the G7 to struggling to hold her own government together. The timing is a surprise; the fact that her migration policy is the cause isn't.
Angela Merkel is facing the biggest crisis of her chancellorship. Her conservative Bavarian allies, the CSU, are threatening to abandon her over asylum policy. What will happen next? DW examines the likely scenarios.
A little-known jihadist group is believed to be behind the growing instability in Mozambique's remote but gas-rich far northern province. Security analysts say it is to soon to call the violence cross-border terrorism.
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