A number of migrants from Asia and Africa have taken advantage of the World Cup in Russia to try and reach the EU. Several have made it across to Finland, according to a German media report.
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The German chancellor has offered aid to Lebanon as it struggles to cope with nearly one million Syrian refugees. She is hoping to reduce migrant arrivals to Europe by supporting countries near Syria.
Albania is reportedly open to hosting reception centers for individuals seeking asylum in the EU. The plan could help keep embattled German Chancellor Angela Merkel in power and placate her hard-line interior minister.
The EU has officially imposed tariffs on US jeans, motorbikes, bourbon and other items in response to a similar move from the US. The measures have some experts worried the world could be heading toward a trade war.
Despite the threat of a trade war between the EU and US, goods slapped with tariffs only make up a small percentage of total trade between the two sides. DW looks at the US's trading relationship with the EU and Germany.
European plane maker Airbus has issued its strongest warning yet over the potential impact of Britain's departure from the EU. It said a no-deal Brexit might threaten the company's future in the United Kingdom.
A group of young African rappers is challenging the use of the common currency, saying the CFA franc is a remnant of colonialism and should be abolished. But members of the African elite don't seem interested in change.
A UN report is calling for the Venezuelan government to bring perpetrators of human rights violations to justice. The UN human rights chief said "impunity must end" in the crisis-stricken country.
Imagine Deutsche Bank as a boxer: a once heavy hitting champ, Germany's largest lender is now on the ropes, bleeding. It's been a long way down for the bank. Andreas Becker examines what's behind the fall.
A DW data analysis reveals that the majority of applications for a German visa come from Asia. While the success rate is better than in places like Africa, one in ten applicants from the continent faces rejection.
Horst Seehofer has warned Angela Merkel against firing him as interior minister. If she's unhappy with his work, Seehofer said Merkel should dissolve her governing grand coalition.
Dubbed Romania's most powerful politician, the ruling PSD party leader has been found guilty of abuse of office. Romania has struggled against a concerted campaign to change the country's anti-corruption laws.
Turkey's main opposition party is giving President Recep Tayyip Erdogan his biggest challenge in years. Can they win the election — and win back Brussels? Teri Schultz visits the CHP's EU headquarters.
For years on end, Turkey has been able to log astonishing growth rates. But economists are now sounding the alarm bells, saying that political uncertainties are not the only cause for concern in the coming months.
The decision to continue the reunions was among the agreements reached between the North and the South at their landmark summit in April. Some 100 people will be allowed to participate.
China intends to construct a railway between the western region of Tibet and Nepal's capital, Kathmandu. The deal with Nepal comes amid growing Chinese investment in the Himalayan country.
After Romanian politician Liviu Dragnea's prison sentence over a fake jobs scandal, his political career is over.
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Nigeria have handed themselves — and Lionel Messi's Argentina — a World Cup lifeline by beating Iceland 2-0. Striker Ahmed Musa became the country's all-time and World Cup top scorer in the process, netting twice.
Injury time goals from Philippe Coutinho and Neymar spared Brazil's blushes against Costa Rica, who kept the favorites at bay for so long. It was a frustrating afternoon for Neymar who was denied a penalty by VAR.
Many people see insects as annoying pests. But British biologist Dave Goulson cautions: A world without insect is a dull place without coffee and chocolate — and with dead animals and cow patties piling up.
Some African players have become very politically influential to the point of winning presidential elections — such as Liberian President George Weah. Could footballers succeed where politicians have failed?
After four decades at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Levine's career ended suddenly after allegations of sexual misconduct. Now the opera company and the maestro are embroiled in litigation.
The man who grabbed and kissed a DW reporter during a live broadcast has apologized to her after footage of the incident went viral.
Flying taxis are set to soar over Ingolstadt, Germany, as part of a project backed by the German government, Audi and Airbus. Hamburg is also working on incorporating drones as a mode of transport.
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