Toronto police have identified the suspected driver of a van that ran into pedestrians in the Canadian city, killing at least 10 people. Several others are in critical condition. Officials are searching for a motive.
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Alphabet, the parent company for Google, reported better-than-expected profits in the first quarter. Its first-quarter surge came on the back of strong ad sales and an accounting adjustment for investments in startups.
Street protests have forced the resignation of Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan, just days after he took up the post. The rapid turn of events could shake up Russia's interests in the region.
During separate talks with President Donald Trump this week, Macron and Merkel will urge the US to stick to the Iran nuclear deal. In an interview with Fox News, the French leader warned there is no "Plan B."
Germany's under-equipped military, the Bundeswehr, wants to spend hundreds of millions on new weapons. Some of the money will go toward leasing drones from Israel, but first the government needs a new budget.
The G7 is to examine more closely Russia's attempts to sow "doubt and confusion" abroad, Britain's foreign secretary has said. The announcement was made on the sidelines of a ministerial meeting in Canada.
Only one other EU country ranks higher according to the percentage of people who think income differences have grown too far. A majority of respondents in Germany also think they live in a country of equal opportunities.
German chancellor Angela Merkel says that letting in legal migrants from a UN program helps head off illegal migration. Her remarks were made before a meeting with UN High Commissioner on Refugees Filippo Grandi.
Saleh al-Samad, the acting head of the Houthi administration in northern Yemen, was killed last week in a Saudi-led coalition air raid. A rebel-run TV channel confirmed his death on Monday.
Salah Abdeslam, the last remaining suspect in the 2015 Paris attacks, has been found guilty of attempted terrorist murder in a separate trial in Brussels. He has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The European Commission has proposed protective measures to ensure whistleblowers can safely report unlawful activity. The bill would harmonize fragmented legislation across the bloc.
The school is being widely lauded for its efforts to empower Pakistan's marginalized transgender community. But will it change the widely entrenched conservative mindset? Shah Meer Baloch reports from Lahore.
Jewish life is returning to Poland, but it’s a painstaking process – one that isn't made any easier by the current government’s policies on commemoration. Rina Soloveitchik pays a visit to a Jewish community in Warsaw.
A report has attributed a rise in hate crimes against Muslims in the US partly to the policies and rhetoric of US President Donald Trump. The 2017 rise is lower than the 44 percent spike the previous year, but worrisome.
A blaze in a three-story building in southern China has claimed the lives of 18 people. Police have arrested a man in connection with the fire, which they believe was started deliberately after a bar fight.
Mexico's Interior Ministry has announced the arrest of a man in connection with the murder of a renowned journalist. Javier Valdez had been reporting on the country's drug war.
A Peru court ordered two men to be arrested after authorities found the body of Canadian Sebastian Woodroffe in a remote Amazonian village. Prosecutors believe he was lynched on accusations of killing a medicine woman.
A British judge has ordered the extradition of Ivica Todoric, the founder of Croatian food group Agrokor. Todoric faces charges of fraud related to the near-bankruptcy of what was once Croatia's biggest private company.
Prices for the metal on world markets have plunged after Washington said it might soften its sanctions against Russian aluminum giant Rusal if oligarch Oleg Deripaska relinquishes control of the firm.
A judge in Scotland said the video of a pug raising its paw to a Nazi phrase "contained menacing, anti-Semitic and racist material." The man responsible said he had intended the video to be a joke.
The passenger saved the healthy snack she was given on a plane for her onward flight. But her idea proved costly when she ran into US customs agents at the airport.
When individual council members would rather illegally accept money and gifts instead of fighting corruption, then there's no need for the Council of Europe anymore, says DW's Max Hofmann.
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The new addition to the royal family has arrived. Kate, Prince William's wife, gave birth to a baby boy, the couple's third child. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth.
Jailed Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid "Shawkan," has been selected for the 2018 UNESCO Press Freedom Prize.
1,000 refugees, 3,000 Poles, Germans who've lost their country of birth: What do people in Görlitz see as "Heimat"?
Author Bernhard Schlink talks about identity and the controversial concept of "Leitkultur" — "German leading culture."
E-planes will be the future transport mode for short distances, says Josef Kallo from the German Aerospace Center.
Rapid growth in China has created unprecedented opportunities, particularly for women. Discrimination remains, however.
Manchester City winger Sané has been named the English Professional Footballers' Association Young Player of the Year.
They risk everything for the truth. But what price do they pay for their revelations?
The Matritsa narrow-gauge railway is crucial to the survival of villages in the Caucasus Mountains.
Local politicians worry that homeless people might spoil Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s wedding.
Two of three women in Kosovo become victims of domestic violence.
Ibiza is using flamingos to campaign for more sustainability and polish the party island's image.
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