Theresa May and leaders of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party have reached a deal. The prime minister's Tories need the DUP's support to prop up their minority government.
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The ruling comes in response to a woman's claim that the famous painter is her father. Pilar Abel told the court that Dali had an affair with a maid in 1955, and that she is his offspring.
After serving eight years in prison, Chinese authorities have freed the Nobel Prize-winning Liu Xiaobo. The human rights defender and pro-democracy activist was jailed in 2008 for "inciting subversion of state power."
German officials are preparing for violence at the G20 but not all of it may come from protesters. The Turkish president's bodyguards are renowned for clashing with activists.
Temporary courtrooms and holding cells in portable facilities are set to deal with hundreds of arrests at the G20 summit. Those detained will be fast-tracked even if they are only suspected of planning an offense.
A year ago the Iraqi town of Fallujah - captured by IS in 2014 - was liberated. When Judit Neurink visited the town, she found the scars of occupation still prevalent.
Politicians and NGOs say that a spate of security measures go too far and are beginning to impinge on personal liberty. Angela Merkel's potential next coalition partners are demanding a "general reversal" on the issue.
Italy’s government has said it will spend up to 17 billion euros to rescue the debt-stricken Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza (BPVI). The European Commission quickly approved the plan.
The Great Barrier Reef is worth 12 times more than the Sydney Opera House, at least according to a report commissioned by a charity protecting the natural wonder, hit by severe coral bleaching in recent years.
Australian and Chinese employees of a casino company have pleaded guilty to charges relating to gambling. The three Australians were sentenced to nine to 10 months of imprisonment each, an official says.
Amid a growing corruption scandal and unpopular austerity measures, Mongolians have cast their votes for a new president. The electoral process is "truly testing the nerves of voters," according to analysts.
Japanese air bag maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy after drowning in lawsuits and recall costs over defective air bag inflators. Millions of replacement parts continue to be produced by another company.
Italy's center-right parties looked set to win in major municipal contests, including Genoa. The local elections have been bad for former premier Matteo Renzi’s PD and the populist 5-Star Movement.
Philippine authorities have vowed to end the Islamist uprising in Marawi City "at the soonest time possible." Human rights groups have warned that martial law could pave the way for serious abuses by the armed forces.
The ruling Socialist Party has emerged as the likely winner of Albania’s latest parliamentary election. Preliminary resuls show a small majority for the Socialists in parliament.
Organizers of a gay pride parade in Istanbul had said they would go ahead with a march despite a ban. But using tear gas and rubber bullets, police prevented large numbers of people from gathering together.
The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany's foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria "to hold the police officers involved accountable."
Neither Helmut Kohl nor his widow wanted a German state burial. A strange state of affairs, writes Jens Thurau.
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