World powers have revealed an increasing split over the Syria crisis at the G20 summit.
Al-Qaida's leader has urged sympathizers to wage war against the US for opening an embassy in Jerusalem. Experts say the move is an attempt to capitalize on the demise of its main competitor, the "Islamic State."
With Americans deeply divided over President Trump, their response to a US attack on Syria is hard to gauge, Gallup's editor-in-chief has told DW. But he's confident about this — Republicans will back Trump's decision.
Barbara Zanchetta, a London-based expert on war studies, tells DW that analyses of Syria's conflict tend to oversimplify the complex issue by labeling it only as a proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Anticipation over the clash of egos between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin reached fever pitch in the run-up to the G20 summit in Hamburg. Would it live up to expectations? Rob Mudge is left somewhat disappointed.
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