After an explosion at a concert killed 22 people in Manchester, campaigning has been suspended for Britain's upcoming election. Global politicians have joined their British counterparts in condemning the attack.
President Temer has allowed an investigation against him for corruption by the Supreme Court to go ahead. However, even as nationwide protests continue to grow, Temer has refused to step down.
An explosion hit an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young fans in Manchester, killing at least 22 and injuring dozens more. Here's a rundown of what happened.
Supporters of disgraced former President Park Geun-hye have rallied outside a Seoul court as her corruption trial got underway. Park, who was impeached in December, is also charged with extortion and abuse of power.
A multi-armed "kraken" of family-linked crime gangs used young girls to commit robberies across Germany. Police say they have cut off one arm from the pan-European network.
Eurozone finance ministers have failed to agree on a plan for fresh bailout cash for Greece, due to an ongoing row over debt relief. The Athens government needs new funds to avoid a new default in July.
The UN Security Council has accused North Korea of "flagrant and provocative defiance" after its latest missile launch on Sunday. Pyongyang has fired eight missiles so far this year despite international condemnation.
Gambia's justice minister has claimed that former leader Yahya Jammeh stole around $50 million from state coffers via a state telecoms company. Jammeh was forced to step down in January after 22 years in power.
Twenty-two people have been killed and dozens injured following an explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Police are treating the explosion as a terrorist incident carried out by one man using an IED.
Antediteste Niragira has been freed by authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo, five days after he was detained. The journalist had been covering the refugee crisis on the DRC-Burundi border.
Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn has refused to give documents to a Senate committee probing Russia's election meddling. Flynn was forced to resign for misleading US officials about his Russian contacts.
Istanbul's Ethnic Sports Cultural Festival aims to promote the sports practiced by the ancestors of modern Turks - from the nomadic horsemen of Central Asia to the Janissaries, the elite troops of the Ottoman Empire.
Turkey has summoned the US ambassador to protest the detention of two security officers during the Turkish president's Washington visit last week. The officers were briefly detained after clashing with protesters.
Iran's newly re-elected president has dismissed US President Donald Trump's calls for the region to isolate Tehran. Peace in the Middle East could only be possible with Iran at the table, Rouhani said.
The family of the jailed Christian governor of Jakarta has withdrawn its appeal to have him released. The announcement came as the UN called on the country to do away with its blasphemy laws.
She has been widely ridiculed on social media after making this comment.
For almost 150 years, the Ringling Bros. Circus toured across the US with its acrobats and animals. But financial struggles and animal rights protesters forced them to take a final bow - with laughter, hugs and tears.
Dancing and singing in mixed gender groups? In Iran this is strictly prohibited. But this night, things were different.
After its beautiful makeover this village has become an attraction for tourists.
Miri Regev's clothing clashed with popular sensibilities at the French film festival.
Authorities in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, have declared a national state of emergency.
The new French cabinet has a fair sex ratio. Out of 22 ministers, 11 are female.
Julian Assange has yet to leave the Ecuadoran embassy in London where he has spent the past five years.
Javier Valdez made enemies by writing about drug cartels. He became the sixth journalist to be killed in Mexico in 2017.
Maasai communities and Safari tour operators are joining forces to save Kenyan wildlife.
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A man from northern Germany has admitted to attempted murder by tying a rope around his ex-girlfriend's neck and dragging her behind his car. During the assault, the couple's young son had been inside the car.
President Donald Trump is visiting Jerusalem, a city which has been one of the thorniest issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. DW compares Jerusalem in 1967, during the Six-Day War, with how it looks 50 years on.
The American carmaker giant has replaced chief executive Mark Fields. It's a significant managerial shake-up amid growing investor unease over the company's stock market performance and outlook.
More than 220 people, including 27 ex-generals, have gone on trial accused of plotting last year's July coup attempt in Turkey. They face life imprisonment if found guilty.
At climate change talks in Berlin, Germany and China have called for the US to remain a party to the Paris climate accord. US President Donald Trump has said the US might pull out, having called global warming a hoax.
US President Donald Trump expressed optimism about Middle East peace prospects as he visited Israel on his first foreign trip since taking office. Trump arrived fresh from inking a 12-figure arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
Palestinians are staging a West Bank shutdown in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners in Israel's jails. US President Donald Trump is in Tel Aviv for talks toward peace in the Middle East.
Andrew Forrest, founder and chairman of iron ore giant Fortescue Metals Group, has made the biggest single philanthropic donation in Australian history to support a variety of social and scientific causes.
A suspicious object was found at the headquarters of Germany's Social Democrat party, triggering an evacuation. The incident came as the party prepares to present key points of its election platform.
Police in Jakarta have detained 141 men after raiding a gay club. The arrests are the latest step in what some have called a campaign against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Indonesia.
EU ministers have given the bloc's lead negotiator for Brexit his mandate for the negotiations. French former diplomat Michel Barnier is not expected to begin talks until after the UK general election in June.
Swiss specialty chemicals maker Clariant and its US rival Huntsman are joining forces in a transatlantic company worth some $20 billion (17.8 billion euros), calling their all-shares tie-up "a merger of equals."
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