The foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine are meeting again in Berlin today to discuss the Ukraine conflict. DW spoke with Vadym Prystaiko, deputy foreign minister of Ukraine.
The German capital felt the "Bern" as the Democrat excoriated the current US president in a speech to university students. The iconoclastic senator repeatedly termed Donald Trump's policies "horrific."
In a Q&A session with foreign journalists, Social Democrat Martin Schulz said there would be no big defense spending boosts in the context of NATO. Instead, he stressed the primacy of the European Union.
Along with highlights from the 67th International Berlin Film Festival's packed program, the seven jury members who will be picking the winning films this year have been revealed.
The world's second-largest economy has logged its slowest growth in 25 years. But what does China's slowdown mean, and how does it affect other countries? Deutsche Welle answers some key questions.
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