NATO members are hoping to appease US President Donald Trump with firmer plans to increase national defense spending. Trump has once again urged NATO members to pay more, saying 2 percent of GDP was the minimum.
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Donald Trump's son-in-law is reportedly being investigated for meetings with the Russian ambassador and a sanctioned bank. He failed to disclose the meetings when applying for White House security clearance.
Former US President Barack Obama addressed the church congress saying "we can not hide behind a wall." This year, the 500th anniversary of the Reformation is the featured topic, with many big names making an appearance.
During meetings with EU leaders, US President Donald Trump threatened to halt the sale of millions of German cars in the US. In comments leaked to German press he said Germany was acting in a "bad" or "nasty" way.
The bomber who carried out the Manchester attack was in Germany days beforehand, according to media sources. Salman Abedi and his family led a life on the move, and began to regularly travel between Libya and Britain.
British police have declined to comment on cooperation with international agencies as they reported "significant" arrests in the investigation. Some restrictions have been placed on information sharing with US agencies.
A US appeals court has ruled against a revised travel ban by US President Donald Trump targeting six Muslim-majority countries. The ban is opposed by many as unconstitutional and likely headed for the Supreme Court.
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Greek former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and two guards were injured after an explosive device went off in a car, media have reported. Papademos also once headed the Greek central bank.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has threatened to withdraw German soldiers from the Turkish air base in Incirlik. The statement follows a year-long row over allowing German lawmakers to visit soldiers stationed there.
An airstrike in March led to the greatest loss of civilian life at the hands of the US-led coalition against the terrorists. The report said that neither the US nor the Iraqi army knew civilians were in the area.
The Taliban is now stronger than at any point since the international mission to Afghanistan began 16 years ago. The US and NATO are considering sending more troops to stabilize the security situation.
Some of the world's most lavish consumer brands are making their first appearance in Cuba. After decades with a focus on social equality, the government hopes high-end tourism will help the economy.
Two untraditional candidates highlight how difficult it has become to define what makes a Democrat or a Republican. Complicating matters, one of them has been charged with assaulting a reporter on the eve of the vote.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has called troops back off the streets of Brasilia following their deployment to guard government buildings. At least 49 people were injured in clashes.
A Revolutionary Guard commander has said Iran constructed a third underground factory to make ballistic missiles. The development is likely to fuel further tensions with the United States.
A regional court has called into question a new system created to pump fresh life into Italy's flagging museum network. The scheme has been credited with reviving visitor numbers and revenue across the country.
In an attempt to keep the price of oil above $50 a barrel, OPEC has extended the production cut for another nine months. The decision came at a meeting between officials of oil exporting countries in Vienna.
Cameroon and Nigeria have intensified efforts to fight piracy and banditry along the Gulf of Guinea. And as a result of these joint operations, the number of hijackings have drastically fallen down.
With more international car manufacturers prioritizing rival events in Chinese cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the Tokyo event is rapidly becoming a domestic-focused, second-tier show. Julian Ryall reports.
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Wolfsburg took a step towards Bundesliga survival with a 1-0 first-leg victory over promotion hopefuls Eintracht Braunschweig. Braunschweig will lament a questionable handball decision causing the decisive penalty.
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The gruesome discovery will hopefully shed new light on the mysterious identity of a dismembered torso which local youths found last year on the banks of the Rhine River.
Golden jackals, similar to small grey wolves, have been making their way across Europe into new territory. A German farmer is claiming compensation after the protected, wolf-like predator killed a sheep.
The Trump administration has slashed its foreign military assistance to Pakistan and is contemplating converting it into a loan in its budget. Does it imply the US no longer needs Pakistan's counterterrorism support?
With multiple governments, a collapsing economy and local militias competing for power, is Libya a failed state? Our guest is Martin Kobler, Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya.
Abortion is completely illegal in Chile, but reforming the outright ban is under consideration. Social conservatives and religious groups have pushed back hard against it.
Lovestruck couples have been celebrating Valentine's Day in China this week. The country's millennials are only just about old enough to go on dates, but for the men it's an expensive affair, says DW's Frank Sieren.
On the 40th day after Easter - Ascension Day in the Christian world - Germany also marks Father's Day. It has been celebrated as such in the German-speaking world for more than a century.
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