Dutch police have arrested a second person in connection with an apparent threat to a concert in Rotterdam. A van registered in Spain and holding gas canisters was found near the venue.
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Typhoon Hato has battered southern China, Hong Kong and Macau - leaving at least 12 people dead and a trail of destruction. Flights and trains have been canceled across China's Guangdong province.
More than 25,000 people trapped by the Islamic State in Raqqa must be helped to flee, Amnesty International has urged. The group called on "all sides" - including US-backed forces - to stop indiscriminate bombing.
The German chancellor has said there is no way US President Trump can make America "great" if he ignores the rest of the world. She added that Germany would not automatically follow the US into war against North Korea.
In a DW interview, Barbora Maronkova of the NATO Information Centre in Kyiv discusses the participation of alliance troops in the Independence Day parade in Ukraine, and the growing support for NATO in the region.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that Canada will not tolerate individuals who attempt to sidestep checkpoints when crossing the border. The government has faced increasing numbers of migrants fleeing from the US.
Crews have begun dynamiting Neolithic-era caves near Hasankeyf, Turkey. The early Mesopotamian settlement will soon be submerged by a hydroelectric dam project, Diego Cupolo reports.
Countries across Europe are marking a day that Russia is reticent about discussing. The EU is calling for its people to reject extremism, intolerance and oppression.
Nearly 100 letters were sent to EU citizens living legally in the UK threatening them with detention and deportation. The Home Office has said the "rights of EU nations living in the UK remain unchanged."
A year after the deadly earthquake, popular committees have done their best to pressure authorities on reconstruction efforts. But the process continues to fall short of survivors' dreams for their homeland.
A top US diplomat has citie Iran's past covert actions as the basis for deeper inspections into uranium enrichment in Iran. US President Donald Trump has described the nuclear deal as the "worst deal ever negotiated."
A landmark UK Brexit survey has revealed that companies active in Britain's farm-to-fork sector expect to face a serious lack of workers, should there be an abrupt reduction of employees from the EU post-Brexit.
Germany's central bank has completed an initiative to bring half of the country's gold reserves home three years ahead of schedule, as it repatriated all of its gold kept in Paris and a third of its reserves in the US.
Karamba Diaby, Germany's first African-born black Bundestag member, has filed charges against racist Facebook commenters. The far-right NPD questioned his right to represent German people on its page.
In a move worthy of the former businessman himself, former spy Valerie Plame Wilson is trying to purchase a controlling stake in Twitter so she can ban the US president from the platform - and maybe save the world.
UN head Antonio Guterres has tapped Jane Connors to put victims first as she works to eliminate sexual exploitation committed by peacekeeping troops. The organization has faced allegations of systemic sexual violence.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry first snubbed then relented and met US presidential adviser - and Trump son-in-law - Jared Kushner. The US reportedly cut aid to Egypt due to human rights abuses.
The Israeli leader has accused Iran of filling the void in Syria left by the so-called "Islamic State." Israel has expressed concern that de-escalation zones brokered by Moscow pose a security threat.
The liberal party head has attacked Angela Merkel's refugee policy in an interview with DW, claiming that it takes too long to process asylum applications. Instead, he is campaigning for a "four-door" immigration policy.
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A conservative politician has called Berliners who communicate in English "provincial" and has said he considers native German speakers to be the worst offenders.
The team that finished fourth in the Premier League looked on a different plane to their Bundesliga equivalents on Wednesday. But Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp saw encouraging signs for Hoffenheim.
In a new move designed to improve the work and life balance for Japan's employees, the government has announced it will impose an annual cap on overtime hours. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Tulips are among the most beloved spring flowers. Tulips were first brought to Europe from Turkey in the 16th century. Their story is now being told in the film "Tulip Fever."
Lakes have been heating up around the world. Protecting streams, reducing pollution and creating sanctuaries for sensitive species could go a long way toward making lakes more resilient to climate change.
Starting elementary school is a big deal in Germany. It's a rite of passage - almost like graduation or a wedding. Parents invest lots to shower their first-grader with gifts. But what's with the obligatory paper cone?
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Two Deutsche Welle journalists crossed Germany to chart the mood ahead of the general election.
Poland's judicial independence hangs in the balance. Many judges there feel under threat.
The huge commercial demand for Russian beluga whales has caused their numbers to fall.
A movement of radical and anti-semitic Hungarians is growing in the wake of Prime Minister Orbán.
The Italian Mafia is siphoning off money that's intended for refugee centers.
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