More than 20 Coptic Christians have been killed in an attack on buses in central Egypt. Islamist militants have carried out a series of deadly attacks on the Christian minority in recent months.
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There are four new faces as G7 leaders meet in Italy for a highly anticipated summit to be dominated by trade, climate and security. The leaders are hoping to obtain some clarity on Trump's stance on major issues.
Having shown little love for the alliance during the presidential campaign, all eyes at this week's NATO summit were on President Donald Trump. The president wasted no time before haranguing allies over defense spending.
During meetings with EU leaders, US President Donald Trump threatened to curb the sale of millions of German cars in the US. In comments leaked to German press he said Germany was acting in a bad way.
Former US President Barack Obama addressed the church congress saying "we can not hide behind a wall." This year, the 500th anniversary of the Reformation is the featured topic, with many big names making an appearance.
Reports about a separatist leader joining al Qaeda have raised fears the Kashmiri movement is being "hijacked" by Islamists. Expert Agnieszka Kuszewska tells DW that Indian policies are partly to blame for this trend.
Philippines troops are battling IS-affiliated militants for a fourth day in the southern city of Marawi. Authorities said foreign fighters were among those who had been killed. The city was overrun earlier this week.
General Motors (GM) has become the latest major carmaker to face legal troubles over alleged cheating on emissions tests after two American pickup owners filed a class action lawsuit against the US auto giant.
Electoral campaigning has resumed in Britain after the Manchester terrorist attack. But the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) believes Britain's main parties are not being honest about planned tax rises.
British police have resumed sharing intelligence on the Manchester bombing with their US counterparts. Authorities on Friday arrested an eighth suspect linked to Monday's terror attack.
The bomber who carried out the Manchester attack was in Germany days beforehand, according to media sources. Salman Abedi and his family led a life on the move, and began to regularly travel between Libya and Britain.
Donald Trump's son-in-law is reportedly being investigated for meetings with the Russian ambassador and a sanctioned bank. He failed to disclose the meetings when applying for White House security clearance.
There are few positive news reports about Donald Trump in the US. The coverage of German public broadcaster ARD is even harsher, according to a new Harvard study. But experts are criticizing the report's methodology.
Republican candidate Greg Gianforte has won Montana's only US House seat despite being charged with assault barely 24 hours earlier. The win reaffirms Montana voters' support for President Donald Trump.
Seeing NATO as a debt collector for defense spending? Donald Trump doesn’t seem to get it, says DW’s Bernd Riegert.
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With multiple governments, a collapsing economy and local militias competing for power, is Libya a failed state? Our guest is Martin Kobler, Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya.
Some of the world's most lavish consumer brands are making their first appearance in Cuba. After decades with a focus on social equality, the government hopes high-end tourism will help the economy.
Two Australian surfers are on a mission to stop plastic pollution in the ocean. They've developed a floating trash can that filters and collects garbage that has made its way into the sea.
Golden jackals, similar to small grey wolves, have been making their way across Europe into new territory. A German farmer is claiming compensation after the protected, wolf-like predator killed a sheep.
Fertility treatment is allowed in Iran – but remains a taboo subject.
In India a hypothermia monitoring device in bracelet form protects preterm and low-weight newborns.
The mobile camel clinic visits remote communities in the Rift Valley to provide healthcare.
Richmond Hill Prison on the Caribbean island of Grenada runs on biogas.
Tielle comes from the southern French port town of Sète. It's a savory pie made with chopped squid.
Cows are sacred in India – but the country is still one of the world's biggest cattle exporters.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the world's main suppliers of the precious mineral coltan.
Conservationists want to save the Balkan lynx – and growing cowslips could help.
Uganda: A kid from a Kampala slum turns champion chess player.
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