International leaders criticized US President Trump after he said multiple parties were to blame for violence at neo-Nazi marches in the US. In Germany, a leading politician called the president's words "monstrosities."
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The candidacy and presidency of Donald Trump have given right-wing extremist organizations a boost in the United States. Hundreds of hate groups are active in the country. DW takes a look.
Alexander Gauland, the top candidate for the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany, has told DW there should be a clear path for repatriating migrants. Accepting refugees is not in Germany's interest, he said.
Ankara has formally requested that Berlin arrest and extradite a man suspected of playing a major role in last year's failed coup. The request follows reports suggesting the theology lecturer was spotted in Germany.
Just one German city made it to the top 10 in the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability Report. The city scored a perfect score for its health care and its infrastructure.
The chancellor spent an hour on Wednesday answering questions from four social-media stars. DW watched the event with three first-time German voters. So did the chancellor make the grade when talking to young people?
The wife of President Robert Mugabe has claimed diplomatic immunity after being accused of assaulting a South African model. Many Zimbabweans have condemned her behavior.
As Air Berlin faces being broken up, a number of other airlines are jostling to buy up the leftovers of what was once Germany's second largest carrier. Ryanair seems to prefer staying on the sidelines sulking.
A new media report claims North Korea was able to develop its missile system after buying rocket engines on the black market in Ukraine. Kyiv denies the link. In this international mystery, the clues lead to Russia.
London has pledged to avoid border posts between the EU-member Republic of Ireland and the UK country of Northern Ireland after Brexit. Questions still remain as to how Britain plans to police the "frictionless" border.
A small hotel in the Swiss Alps is facing a barrage of criticism after it put up a sign asking "Jewish guests" to shower before swimming in the hotel pool. Israel described it as "an anti-Semitic act" of the worst kind.
Russia's former economy minister, Alexei Ulyukayev, has accused the head of Rosneft and an intelligence service of entrapping him. Ulyukayev is on trial after being allegedly caught red-handed taking a $2 million bribe.
The Social Democrats' leader has warned of the "fatal mistake" of mixing the debate on integration with security policy. Weeks ahead of key elections, the SPD has tried to distance itself from Angela Merkel's CDU.
Norway trumpets its low carbon footprint, but a new report says plans to ramp up oil and gas production in the Arctic will increase its emissions by half again - making a mockery of its Paris Agreement promises.
A 62-year-old Italian man confessed to killing his sister and trying to hide the evidence by dismembering her body, police said. Authorities had discovered the woman's legs in a Rome dumpster.
Belgian fries, whose preparation can lead to high levels of possibly cancer-causing acrylamide, will not be subject to new EU restrictions. But food-safety advocates say the risk can be avoided without harming flavor.
Defeated Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga said Wednesday he has decided to take his claims that the presidential election was rigged to the Supreme Court, after previously refusing to do so.
Taiwan's president has apologized after a power outage plunged homes, traffic and offices into darkness across the island. The blackout, which was caused by human error, left millions without power amid sweltering heat.
In the future, rapists in Lebanon would not be able to avoid jail time by marrying their victims. Lebanon lawmakers abolished the controversial law after Jordan, Tunisia, and several other Arab nations did the same.
We'll fight in court, opposition leader Odinga told Kenyans. For many, this comes as a relief.
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Comic Market, or Comiket as it is widely known, is the world's largest comic festival. It takes place twice every year at Tokyo Big Sight in Japan. The most recent one, Comiket 92, took place last week.
The 2017/18 football season is starting. For many fans a long dry spell is coming to an end, but for many clubs the cash registers are just starting to ring. Never has there been so much money in the game.
As the nation marks the 72nd anniversary of its surrender at the end of World War II, there are still many here who insist that Japan acted honorably throughout the conflict. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Donald Trump is not a totalitarian, but his creation of a social movement is very dangerous - and the left is enabling it, explains Roger Berkowitz, a scholar on renowned Jewish-German philosopher Hannah Arendt.
Want to impress with your German skills when singing the national anthem? Better read on then. Messing up the "Lied der Deutschen" is easier than you think.
A Belgian town has continued its tradition of making a giant 10,000-egg omelet, defying the ongoing egg scandal. The city of Malmedy says it made sure it sourced healthy eggs.
In what he says will be his last time, actor Daniel Craig has confirmed he will play James Bond in the 25th film in the franchise. Before he said yes, there was speculation on quite a few other potential 007s.
Four decades after his death, Elvis still enjoys fame around the globe - particularly in Germany, where he spent time in the US military. Here are some highlights and unusual facts from his storied career.
The story of three men who came to Germany in March 2015 as refugees, filmed across two years.
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