Protests calling for gun controls have begun across the US, with solidarity marches also taking place around the world. "The March For Our Lives" movement has grown on the back of last month's school shooting in Florida.
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The German head of state is in India at a time of religious tension. He aims to promote mutual understanding, and is visiting sites that are holy to Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims. Katharina Kroll reports from New Delhi.
As many as 25,000 asylum-seekers and their supporters have demonstrated in central Tel Aviv against plans for their mass expulsion. Rights groups hope a top court delay could keep the migrants in the country.
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said the tariff plans violate international trade rules. Liu and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have held the highest-level exchange between the governments since the order was signed.
The Russian government estimates that more than 100,000 civilians have evacuated besieged eastern Ghouta in the past month. The Syrian army is close to gaining full control of the rebel-held enclave.
An officer who was wounded after changing places with a hostage during a supermarket siege in southwestern France has died. The death toll is now four in what President Macron called an "Islamist terrorist attack."
The explosion took place as the convoy of Alexandria's security chief, General Mostafa al-Nimr, passed by. At least one policeman was killed and four others were injured in the bombing.
A Portugalia Airlines flight from Stuttgart to Lisbon was cancelled after the co-pilot was found to be drunk and arrested. The 106 passengers have been told they will have to wait two days for the next available flight.
A court has ruled that ex-President Kuczynski will not be allowed to leave the country pending a corruption investigation. He's not the only Peruvian leader facing allegations of shady business practices.
Thousands of Australians, including farmers on horseback, have marched through Sydney, calling for an end to coal mining and a focus on renewable energy. The rally participants say mining projects damage productive land.
The never-completed TV tower in Yekaterinburg, Russia's fourth-largest city, has been razed ahead of the soccer tournament. Popular with locals, officials said the 220-meter structure "disfigured the city landscape."
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has claimed pole position for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. It was his fifth straight pole and seventh in Melbourne.
The March for our Lives movement has already been a success: It rattled us from complacency, writes DW's Michael Knigge.
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Social media mogul Mark Zuckerberg is believed to be among the most powerful men in the world. As the head of Facebook, Zuckerberg became a billionaire at a very young age, but his rise was not without controversy.
Millions of people around the world are observing the annual Earth Hour to raise awareness about climate change. Dubai and Australia's Sydney Opera House were among the places to join the blackout.
Jewish groups warn against anti-Semitism among Germany's Muslim migrants while others say it's racist to overstate the problem. DW's Jefferson Chase explored the issue at a special open media day in Berlin.
The future of Xi Jinping depends on Wang Qishan's success as China's vice president, says DW's Frank Sieren.
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Açaí is very popular in Brazil. And internationally, it’s increasingly viewed as a superfood.
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