The Bundeswehr has has identified 89 far-right extremists and 24 Islamists, a German media group reported. The number of extremists has fallen sharply since Germany abolished compulsory military service in 2011.
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Official ballot counting has begun in a referendum on easing restrictions on abortion in Ireland. In a landmark referendum, millions were asked if they wanted to overturn a constitutional ban on abortion.
US President Donald Trump has hinted that a canceled summit with Kim Jong Un may be reinstated. He added that if successful it will likely take place in Singapore on June 12.
In an open letter sent to the German government, over 20 organizations criticized plans to open so-called "anchor centers" for asylum-seekers. They said the centers would infringe on the rights of children and families.
Protesting truck drivers have brought much of Latin America's biggest economy to its knees in objection to rising fuel costs. The government has authorized the army to clear Brazil's major roads.
To the delight of photographers and visitors alike, a fluffy, four-month-old panda cub greeted the public for the first time at a Malaysian zoo. Her birth was a rare win in the tricky realm of natural panda reproduction.
Thousands of supporters and detractors of the right-wing populists will confront one another in the German capital on Sunday. The situation is sure to be tense, and no one is ruling out violence.
German churches used their asylum agreement with the government to protect nearly 500 people from deportation in the first quarter of 2018. The far-right AfD is currently criticizing humanitarian actions by churches.
Police in Bavaria have searched the room of Chechen refugee Mokhmad Abdurakhmanov and seized his phones and tablet after he shared an article posted by DW. The article features a photo of "Islamic State" fighters.
As the US renews sanctions against Iran, officials from China, Russia, France, the UK and Germany met in the Austrian capital to discuss the nuclear accord. Iran says it wants to keep doing business with the world.
The activists were arrested in 2017 for their alleged roles in an Anglophone secessionist movement. Cameroon's English-speaking minority has long complained of discrimination at the hands of the Francophone government.
The new EU data protection law taking effect May 25 has many small companies worried. But EU Commissioner Vera Jourova stresses that there is no need to panic – authorities will focus on watching the digital giants.
President Juan Manuel Santos announced Friday that the South American nation will be the latest North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) "partner across the globe." Santos said the move would improve Colombia's image.
The prestigious prize is a major stepping stone from small performances to the national stage in Germany. But some local media may have missed the point.
Over 75 women have accused the former Hollywood producer of sexual misconduct and rape, some allegations dating back decades. Now Harvey Weinstein has been arrested by New York police on rape and sex abuse charges.
The US and EU are changing the internet but — toward polar opposite ends. The United States is scheduled to repeal the landmark net neutrality laws. Lindsey Rae Gjording reports from New York.
The disgraced Hollywood heavyweight is finally being called to account for his misdeeds – a sign of the times.
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US wildlife officials are baffled by an unusual wolf-like creature shot by a rancher in Montana. After failing to identify the body, the authorities sent it for DNA testing, fueling speculation about the animal's origin.
Saudi Arabia has detained several rights activists without explanation as the kingdom is set to allow women to drive. Before her unexpected detention, one longtime activist spoke with DW's Fanny Facsar in Riyadh.
On this week's episode Stammtisch takes stock of the German armed forces with guests Judy Dempsey and Gustav Gressel.
A relic of apartment living in East Germany are "golden house numbers." But what were they and who got given one? Tamsin Walker went in search of Berlin's faded sparkle.
The Apollo missions to the Moon were very much a "white" science. Or so it's said. Where was the diversity?
Art collector Peggy Guggenheim, known for supporting the careers of some of modern art's biggest names — Picasso, Miro, Pollock — made her home in Venice after the war. A look at her Venetian debut, 70 years on.
From a majestic tree to a rare great ape and a tiny ocean dweller, the College of Environmental Science and Forestry just released its top 10 animals, plants and microbes recently discovered around the globe.
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