Regime opponents have marched in several cities across Russia to mark two years since opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was killed in Moscow. Nemtsov's family says the masterminds behind the crime still need to be found.
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The man who drove a car into pedestrians in Heidelberg, killing one of them, is to be kept in custody, accused of murder and attempted murder. Police have released more details on the case.
The pick-up truck plowed into a crowd of people, injuring dozens, at the height of the Mardi Gras celebrations. A police officer was among the victims although her injuries were not life-threatening.
Both the military and the president's office said they received information that the hostage was killed. The Islamic militant group Abu Sayyaf is believed to be holding more than 20 hostages in the southern Philippines.
Police said that no ransom was paid and the two Germans were freed after being kidnapped in Kaduna state. They were seized near a road between Abuja and Kaduna.
Swedish authorities have denied knowledge of the man labeled "Swedish defense and national security advisor" on "The O'Reilly Factor." Appearing on Fox News, the analyst lamented Stockholm's failings on immigration.
Borussia Mönchengladbach brought their fine Europa League form to the Bundesliga, but their victory over Ingolstadt was not without controversy. In the late game, Hoffenheim scored late to deny Schalke.
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has opened his Yekaterinburg campaign headquarters with an eye to the 2018 election. He tells DW his campaign for the Russian presidency will go on, despite his latest conviction.
Russia has released an opposition activist after a court quashed his sentence. Ildar Dadin had been declared a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International and complained of torture and other abuse behind bars.
The Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem has denied HRW regional director Omar Shakir a visa. He tells DW why this puts Israel in the same category as Cuba and North Korea.
Germany's asylum laws were revamped one year ago in order to both cut down processing times for asylum applications and tighten qualifications. What have the new laws achieved?
New figures show there were nearly ten attacks on refugees and refugee accommodation every day in Germany in 2016. The country's opposition says the government is not doing enough against right-wing violence.
The co-chief of the Greens has accused Germany's government of complying with the Turkish regime's crackdown on liberties. Cem Özdemir also says Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel needs to stop deportations to Afghanistan.
The World Mobile Congress gets underway in Barcelona on Monday and one highlight is the reported relaunch of the Nokia 3310. In parts of Africa, simpler phones are coveted because they are robust and cheap.
An annual fundraising dinner held by journalists and attended by politicians and celebrities will be down one high-profile guest this year - the President of the United States.
Tom Perez has been elected to the daunting task of rebuilding and leading the US Democrats out of their presidential election defeat. He picked second-placed Keith Ellison as his deputy.
At least 16 people have been killed after a truck carrying villagers to church overturned on a mountain road in northern India. Police said that the driver lost control after hitting a concrete barrier.
For the first time since Martin Schulz was named as the SPD's candidate for chancellor, the party has lost momentum in an opinion poll. The SPD has dropped one point, while support for the CDU and AfD held steady.
Kyrgyz state security has detained a leading opposition politician. Omurbek Tekebayev has been accused of corruption and fraud - but critics are calling shenanigans as the country's presidential election looms.
Albania's opposition leader has been charged with inciting public violence after taking part in sweeping anti-government protests. If convicted, Lulzim Basha faces up to three years in jail.
Mexico has threatened retaliation if the US imposes a border tax to pay for Donald Trump's wall. The new president says his plans are "way, way, way ahead of schedule."
A new alliance of centrist politicians in France is good news for everyone who wants to prevent a Marine Le Pen victory.
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In politically uncertain times, US music takes on a different meaning for DW columnist Gero Schliess.
Around 5 million people are in urgent need of food - almost half of South Sudan's population. For DW Editor Isaac Mugabi #DWMypic of the week is a stark reminder that each year millions of children die of malnourishment.
In Oscar-nominated 'Arrival,' Amy Adams' character is asked to find a way to communicate with extraterrestrials who visit Earth. DW asked adviser to the movie Jessica Coon just how realistic it was.
No African-Americans were nominated for an Oscar in 2016. This year, 18 individuals from minority groups are in the running. Here's how the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tried to tackle its race row.
Thinking of snapping up some sure-to-appreciate property in ritzy Munich, or exploiting low rents to establish a start-up in hipster Berlin? You might want to wait. Experts are giving mixed predictions.
Known as Germany's fifth season, carnival is a time of many traditions. Here’s an insight into the sometimes surprising origins of those carnival customs.
It's carnival in Cologne, and mockery of Donald Trump is YUGE! One shop sold out of custom-made wigs, though a normal blond wig and a spray tan will do in a pinch. But how will Trump fare in the Rose Monday parade?
From bloc parties for dogs to extravagant samba parades, Carnival celebrations are underway in Brazil. Things got off to a strange start when Rio's evangelical mayor skipped the opening ceremony.
Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and RB Leipzig all picked up comprehensive victories on matchday 22. Hertha won the late game to boost their European hopes. Check out the day's action as it happened.
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