The EU's powerful anti-trust regulator has imposed a record fine on US tech behemoth Google, as punishment for giving its own online shopping service top priority in search results to the detriment of other services.
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Fast-tracked legalization of same-sex marriage could become a side-effect of rather haphazard German electioneering. First Chancellor Merkel hints she's ready to cave, then her rival says "let's vote on it right now."
Angela Merkel has said she wants same-sex marriage to become a "decision of conscience," not a party-political issue in Germany. The feature-length interview was supposed to show the chancellor's more private side.
A Ukrainian military intelligence chief has been killed instantly when his car exploded at Kyiv intersection. It's reminiscent of two recent broad-daylight killings of a journalist and a Russian opposition politician.
The Grenfell Tower fire is just one example of how chronic under-investment in infrastructure has left Britain trailing other leading economies on housing, roads, rail, and airports. Samira Shackle reports from London.
The White House has claimed that it has identified plans for another chemical weapons attack in Syria. It warned of drastic action should Assad use chemical weapons.
US-led coalition aircraft have allegedly bombed a prison in Syria killing dozens of civilians. The director of public affairs for the coalition campaign confirmed that an investigation had been launched.
While the US president hailed the Supreme Court’s travel ban ruling as a win, leading law scholars painted a more nuanced picture. They predict months of legal chaos and question a revisit of the issue set for the fall.
Berlin-based politicians have paid respects to Helmut Kohl at a requiem in the capital requested by fellow conservatives. The late chancellor's funeral, plus an EU ceremony in his honor, is scheduled for Saturday.
Colombia is set to succeed in its fight against drug trafficking, following the FARC peace deal. But coca-growing farmers worry they will be left without any means of support. Mira Galanova reports.
Colombia's leftist FARC rebels have handed over all registered individual arms in line with last year's peace deal, the UN says. The deal ends a more than 50-year-long conflict in which hundreds of thousands died.
An appeals court in the Netherlands has ruled that Dutch peacekeepers were only partly responsible for about 300 deaths in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. Relatives of the victims had appealed a similar ruling from 2014.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has been charged with corruption in the latest graft scandal to hit the country. He is the country's first president to face criminal charges while in office.
Imprisoned Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo has been transferred to a hospital after being diagnosed with cancer. DW spoke with his lawyer Mo Shaoping about Liu's condition and whether his family could visit him.
In his first half year in office, the US president has spoken very little about Africa, except in the context of a budget proposal that demands deep cuts to the US development aid in Africa.
Trade and defense topped the agenda as US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met for the first time. The two leaders appeared to have a good working relationship.
Last year's Brexit vote threw the futures of 3 million EU nationals living in the UK into doubt. A year on, May has promised that they will keep their rights, but only if they apply for new immigration status.
New Zealand have reclaimed the America's Cup by almost white-washing the US holders 7-1 in a first-to-seven final. New Zealand's win means Peter Burling has become the youngest ever helmsman to secure the prize.
Al Jazeera is Qatar's patron and instrument of power. Now the news broadcaster finds itself in the middle of the conflict brewing with Gulf neighbors; for rulers in Riyadh, it has long been a thorn in the side.
Theresa May's deal with the DUP puts peace in Northern Ireland in jeopardy and limits her room to negotiate on Brexit.
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Germany has passed an unprecedented spate of new surveillance and security laws, often with impossibly long and hard to understand names. DW guides you through the most important of them.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights was established by the EU to help it respect human rights in its policies. InfoMigrants spoke to its director, Michael O'Flaherty, about the refugee crisis in Europe.
You know all about the top German music festivals and art shows fairs this summer? Let us add a few events to your list, from stallions to fireworks and ocean liners!
The international community has little trust in US President Donald Trump's foreign affairs expertise, a survey shows. The Pew Research Center study is the latest of several to issue similar findings.
On the island of Menorca, race horses gallop through the streets to honor the town’s patron, Sant Joan. The festival is part of summer solstice celebrations, which are observed throughout Spain.
Germany's pension system will soon fail to serve the people who will need retirement assistance most, according to a new study. Women, part-timers and people left unemployed for long stretches are most threatened.
Hundreds of Bosnians fought for IS in Syria. Their return is now a source of concern.
A Berlin hairdresser cuts the hair of homeless people for free, to help them regain their dignity.
The border agency Frontex thinks refugee helpers are playing into the hands of smugglers.
The epilepsy drug Depakine could cause autism and severe birth defects.
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