This week marks 25 years since the worst right-wing violence in Germany since the Second World War. Some locals fear being stigmatized, but there are still lessons to be learned. DW's Kate Brady reports.
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While Kabul has hailed President Trump's Afghanistan strategy, Islamabad is livid over the US' criticism of its "Islamist support." Experts say it will increase uncertainty in a volatile region with anti-US sentiment.
It has been almost 16 years since the US-led invasion of Afghanistan, and the Taliban threat shows little sign of subsiding. With his new strategy, Donald Trump would do well to look at his predecessors' problems.
A 12-member terror cell planned to bomb a major Barcelona monument, a suspect has admitted in court. The revelation comes a day after police shot the fugitive they say drove a van into crowds in Barcelona.
The Turkish president has called on Turks living in Germany to not vote for "enemies of Turkey." Will his call be heeded or ignored? DW's Christoph Ricking went to the heart of Cologne's Turkish neighborhood to find out.
Day work in a German agency while moonlighting for Vietnam's Communist Party? Such is the alleged double-life of the suspended worker who may have helped Vietnamese spies abduct a businessman off a Berlin street.
Hardline Muslim sections have criticized India's top court verdict banning a law that allowed men to divorce their wives by saying the word "talaq" (divorce) three times. Murali Krishnan reports from New Delhi.
The remains of some missing Navy sailors have been found in a compartment of the USS John S. McCain, a US commander has said. Ten sailors went missing after the destroyer collided with an oil tanker off Singapore.
The young Moroccan man who stabbed several people in the Finnish city of Turku last week had spent several months in Germany, a state broadcaster reports. He admitted the attack, but denied having terrorist motives.
Critics claimed the "Auschwitz on the Beach" performance planned at Germany's premiere art show relativized the Holocaust by comparing it with the refugee crisis. The Documenta now wants to open up discussion.
The closure of a key German rail line linking northern and southern Europe is having huge knock-on effects across the continent. Operator Deutsche Bahn says repairs will take until October 7.
Film and theater director Kirill Serebennikov is renowned for his bold productions criticizing conservative figures of power in Russia. He has now been arrested on suspicion of committing massive fraud.
Senior military staff tolerated initiation rites - including physical and sexual abuse - among junior recruits, a royal commission inquiry has said. Those who reported abuse were told it was a "rite of passage."
After decades in power, Angola's President Jose Eduardo dos Santos will not take part in Wednesday's elections. Many Angolans now hope for a political change, as Antonio Cascais reports from Luanda.
The EU Commission has announced it's opened an in-depth investigation into the mega takeover of Monsanto by Germany’s Bayer. Brussels said competition concerns had not been addressed sufficiently.
A construction boom is pushing sex workers into the sidestreets and onto the doorsteps of schools. One school is fed up with its premises being invaded by unscrupulous characters.
The fallout between Neymar and Barcelona continues apace with the soccer club now suing their former superstar. The labor lawsuit was submitted eight days after the forward moved to PSG for a world record fee.
For how long and to what end the war in Afghanistan will continue is not clear, writes Sandra Petersmann.
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Six participants from various Arab nations and the UK have pulled out of this year's Pop-Kultur festival due to a small amount of Israeli funding. Is this a legitimate means of protest or an example of anti-Semitism?
Angela Merkel opened this year's Gamescom, which has a notably political bent this year. Politicians are keen to lure potential voters, but it may prove tough to coax them away from the games announced this year.
Towels are just the beginning. Some hotel guests, it seems, book a room with the intention of removing large objects from it. But how they manage to get TVs out without getting caught remains a mystery.
Everyone likes butterflies. They're beautiful and they don't sting or bite us. But these colourful insects have seen a dramatic decline in the past few decades. And the reason why is even more alarming.
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