The trial of Israeli soldier Elor Azaria was contentious from the start. He was found guilty of manslaughter for killing an injured Palestinian assailant and sentenced to 18 months. Calls for a pardon prevail.
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The Dutch far-right populist party is currently leading in the polls. While it’s unlikely to be part of the next government, many people fear its ideas will be implemented. Thessa Lageman reports from The Hague.
President Trump's new National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is a smart choice and a step in the right direction for an embattled administration, says security expert Frank Cilluffo of The George Washington University.
It's the word on everyone’s lips, and has lent its name to our times: We are living in an age of populism. Being populist has long been seen as a political stigma. But what is populism, and who does it speak to?
French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has cancelled a meeting with Lebanon's Grand Mufti. The far-right leader refused to wear a headscarf for the tete-a-tete with one of the country's foremost religious figures.
The French carmaker has promised it will not to immediately force job cuts on German assembly workers. Talks are advancing for a 1.9 billion euro takeover of General Motors Europe, which owns Opel and Vauxhall.
Poland has dismissed European Union demands it implement judicial reforms it considers essential to the rule of law. Warsaw risks being stripped of its voting rights in the 28-member EU bloc as a result.
Flowering compost urinals are being trialed in the French capital as a green weapon in its long-standing battle against "wild peeing." Because urinating in public also causes environmental problems, not just a stink.
The UN has expressed concern over the escalation in fighting around Damascus. Syria peace talks are due to resume with the UN's envoy Staffan de Mistura expressing 'chronic optimism.'
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has announced a national dialogue initiative in a move to unite the people of South Sudan and to alleviate famine and hunger due to the ongoing drought.
Gibraltar authorities have impounded Russian billionaire Andrey Melnichenko's yacht due to millions of euros in unpaid bills. The futuristic yacht is one of the world's biggest sailing ships.
Satellite launches and commercial spaceflight from spaceports dotted around the country. That's the future for UK space activities. The government has presented its plans in a Draft Spaceflight Bill.
A Vienna court has approved a US extradition request for Ukrainian oligarch Dymitro Firtash. Once an ally of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, Firtash is accused of bribing officials in a bid to secure mining licenses.
Milo Yiannopoulous may have gone too far for even his conservative backers. The right-wing commentator has lost a lucrative book deal after comments pertaining to sex with boys as young as 13.
Recent bomb threats targeting the Jewish community in the US are "horrible" and "painful," according to US President Donald Trump. The president also urged resistance to all forms of "bigotry, intolerance and hatred."
Speculation regarding Errejon's future has abounded since Podemos leader Iglesias triumphed over his number two. As an internal game of musical chairs begins, Errejon's future - and that of the party - could shift.
A court in the western German city of Münster has ruled that Syrian migrants are not automatically entitled to refugee status under the Geneva Convention. The verdict followed an appeal by a 48-year-old Syrian man.
Over the past few months, leading members of the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party have made provocative, if not outright offensive, remarks - often targeting refugees or evoking Nazi terminology.
After weeks of complaining about the new US administration's protectionist agenda, a different tune is now being played in Brussels. An EU commissioner insists US policies could be beneficial for the bloc.
The world's largest mining company, BHP Billiton, has reported a considerable rebound in underlying and operating earnings. The firm noted it had profited from soaring iron ore prices and improved productivity.
Goals from Saul Niguez, Antoine Griezmann and Kevin Gameiro put last season's finalists Atletico Madrid in a commanding position in their last 16 tie at Bayer Leverkusen.
Times are getting tougher in Greece, but there is no real danger that an EU country will be left to flounder.
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In an interview with DW, the exiled Egyptian comedian said that when the Muslim and Arab world condemns Donald Trump, it should not ignore what is happening in their own countries.
For the last two decades, the Ethiopian government has been trumping the country's economic successes , which earned it the title the "African Tiger." However the youth appear to have been left behind.
Despite India stiffening its laws on sexual crimes, nothing much has changed on the ground. A rash of sexual assaults recently once again sparked intense discussion about attitudes towards women. Murali Krishnan reports.
The German government has only just started tracking dangerous Reichsbürger, it has admitted. Members of the movement reject the legitimacy of the German state and have murdered police officers.
'The story of Eatkarus' - a controversial new Edeka ad for healthy eating goes viral in Germany.
The DFB has dropped its case against Carlo Ancelotti over a rude gesture that he made to Hertha Berlin fans on the weekend. This came after the Bayern Munich coach agreed to make a donation to a charity.
Germany's Defense Ministry has announced it will increase the number of professional soldiers by around 10 percent. It comes amid increasing pressure for Germany to reach its NATO-mandated defense spending target.
Politicians are supposed to be determined to reach their goals, but some go much farther than others.
Mavluda Ergeshova lives in Kyrgyzstan. Her living room is also the bedroom for a family of five.
The Chimfunshi refuge looks after chimpanzees that have lost their families – usually to poachers.
Thousands have been killed in the campaign against drug dealers and users.
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