Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won another term, securing an outright majority according to official results. The elections are the first held under a new system which gives the president expansive powers.
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Chancellor Merkel has sought to downplay expectations from this week's EU summit for a European solution. The mini-summit of 16 EU leaders created "a lot of goodwill" to discuss EU disagreements on migration, she said.
At least 86 people have been killed in fighting between Muslim herders and Christian farmers. The attack is part of a seemingly unstoppable cycle of violence that many consider to be Nigeria's largest security challenge.
They learned at school that Greeks were their enemies. Now many exiled Turks have found refuge in Thessaloniki. Florian Schmitz met some of them.
An explosion at an apartment building in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia has caused a number of injuries but all the residents escaped. The cause of the blast is not clear.
Demonstrations took place in at least five cities, including Berlin and Hamburg. The protests come two days before a government commission intended to map a national path away from coal is to convene for the first time.
US President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has criticized Mahmoud Abbas for refusing to meet with him. Kushner said the peace plan would go on, with or without the Palestinian leader.
A second person has died following Saturday's explosion at Premier Abiy Ahmed's rally in Addis Ababa. Thirty people have been arrested for alleged involvement in the grenade attack.
If you’re looking for a new job and like the party scene, then the southwestern German city of Mannheim may have just the role for you. But, despite the fun title, the job does actually require some work.
An original Han Solo blaster used in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi has sold for $550,000 (€471,000) at a Las Vegas auction. Julien's Auctions says American franchise Believe It or Not bought the coveted item on Saturday.
A 6-1 win over Panama doesn't suddenly make them favorites for the World Cup, but it shows that progress has been made.
There were contrasting fortunes for two Bayern Munich stars in Kazan on Sunday as Colombia thrashed Poland.
Both teams are with four points after a 2-2 draw. One point will be enough for both to qualify to the next round.
Toni Kroos and Marco Reus answered those critics who had questioned the German players' mentality.
The EU agrees that migrants must be kept far away. The price for this? Law and humanity, says DW's Barbara Wesel.
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In Saudi Arabia, women are now free to drive cars, in a move widely seen as a more moderate approach to women’s role in society. That role, however, remains dominated for the most part by men.
Seventy years ago, the Soviet Union blockaded all supply routes to West Berlin. In the city's time of need, the Western powers embarked on a historic rescue mission: an airlift for its more than 2 million inhabitants.
Almost 30 sites are on the shortlist to receive the highly coveted World Heritage designation. France and Belgium have entered their World War I graveyards into the running. The final decision will be announced in July.
Russians are embracing their role as hosts for jubilent soccer fans. While some commentators say the international guests will help dispel Western media myths, others argue the exchange could undermine Kremlin control.
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