At least 31 people have been killed in a blast in Afghanistan's capital after several weeks of relative calm. The blast could delay parliamentary elections scheduled for later this year.
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The newly-elected prime minister of Armenia walked out of a live broadcast meeting immediately after it began. Police have denied an opposition report that Pashinian was arrested after the meeting.
French police have evacuated the popular island commune of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, local officials said. No one has been reported injured or killed.
Crimes of almost every nature dropped across Germany in 2017, according to police statistics. But there were a few categories where crimes rates increased.
The US-educated son of a top aide to Paraguay’s late dictator Alfredo Stroessner is tipped to win the presidential vote. Opinion polls show Mario Abdo Benitez of the ruling Colorado party leading his rival Efrain Alegre.
The EU and Mexico have agreed "in principle" to update their 18-year-old trade deal. The move sends a message to the US after President Donald Trump announced a series of protectionist trade measures.
The global chemical weapons watchdog has taken samples from the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria. The watchdog's access to the site comes after days of delays.
The Nicaraguan president has accused the protesters of implementing a "criminal plan" to "destroy the image of Nicaragua." Analysts believe it could be "too late" to roll back reforms following deadly protests.
Huge crowds have rallied once more in Budapest against newly re-elected Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Protesters accuse him of taking control of the media and turning it into his propaganda instrument.
On April 22, 1945, Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin was liberated. Over 700,000 visitors flock to the museum and memorial site each year. But its director is nevertheless concerned.
The world's oldest person, who has died in Japan aged 117, was born five years before Japan's victory in the Russo-Japanese war, marking the start of the modern era in the country. Another Japanese woman takes her place.
The eastern German town of Ostritz has become the scene of a confrontation between neo-Nazis and their opponents. But security is high, and few incidents have so far been reported.
Sister Agnes-Marie Valois earned her nickname after she came to the aid of wounded Canadian and British soldiers in 1942. She stood up to Nazi soldiers and even stole German rations to feed Allied troops.
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A Yemeni street artist has invited locals to an area in Sanaa to draw images of their choice on the street, with the over-arching theme of highlighting Yemen's plight. Gouri Sharma reports.
Plastic bags and bottles litter streets and beaches across Ghana. It's not just an eyesore — clogged-up drains lead to flooding that attracts mosquitos and disease. In the run-up to Earth Day, Ghanaians are cleaning up.
Amongst the thousands of tourists, the Hofbräuhaus in Munich hosts more than 120 regulars' gatherings — and the number is rising. DW asked what "heimat," or "home," means for them.
Stammtisch podcast talks about whether the mood in Germany matches its positive image abroad.
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