Emmanuel Macron says EU members must forge a common path. France's president has set out his vision for a rebooted European Union, targeting skeptical German politicians who made strong gains in Sunday's elections.
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Alternative for Germany (AfD) co-chair Frauke Petry has said she'll leave the party — without specifying when. On Monday she announced she would not sit with the party's parliamentary group in the Bundestag.
Frauke Petry was key in pushing the Alternative for Germany (AfD) in a far-right direction and won a direct mandate in the German election. But her future with the party remains unclear after a series of public spats.
The strong performance of the populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the German election has worried Afghan and other Muslim migrants, who fear that AfD's anti-immigration agenda may make life harder for them.
The Christian Social Union (CSU) was one of many old German parties to suffer at the hands of the AfD in the election. But Merkel's Bavarian sister party has another problem — an upcoming state election at home.
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Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) suffered its worst election result since World War II, scraping only 20.5 percent of the national vote. It's no surprise that the center-left party has opted to go into opposition.
After their loss on matchday 1, Borussia Dortmund have plenty of work to do in the Champions League. They'll be looking to get back on track against back-to-back winners Real Madrid, while RB Leipzig travel to Besiktas.
Iraqi minorities have been voting for an independent Kurdish state in a bid for stability and peace. A Kurdish passport and nationality could improve their situation, they believe. Judit Neurink reports from Irbil, Iraq.
EU President Donald Tusk told UK Prime Minister Theresa May that the Brexit talks had not yielded enough progress. But he also acknowledged Britain had adopted a more realistic attitude.
Denmark's immigration minister has posted a screenshot showing a racist caricature of Islam's Prophet Muhammad on Facebook. The cartoon is one of several that had caused international outrage over a decade ago.
A court has jailed a Serbian-Australian for killing and torturing prisoners during Croatia’s war for independence. The 62-year-old had been working as a golf instructor when he was extradited.
A UN probe has found that Russian officials in Crimea committed serious rights abuses, including the deportation and torture of prisoners. Investigators also documented crackdowns on Ukrainian citizenship and culture.
The leader of Catalonia's separatist government has been threatened by Spanish authorities with imprisonment, just days before the region plans to hold an independence vote. Madrid has deemed the referendum illegal.
While there has been much recent focus on mass species extinction, a new report shows food staples like coffee and cholcolate could also be under threat. But greater agricultural biodiversity can save them.
US Secretary of Defense Mattis has said that Trump has made his preference for diplomacy with North Korea clear. But just one day prior, North Korea's top envoy had accused the US of declaring war on his country.
The US territory's Governor Ricardo Rossello called for "swift action" to help with the recovery from devastating Hurricane Maria. Many of the US citizens on the island are without adequate food, water or fuel.
Details remain muddled after a shooting at the compound for Duterte's elite security forces, which lies within the presidential compound. The biggest question: Where was the president at the time of the shooting?
After an international maritime court backed Ghana in a dispute with Ivory Coast over claims to oil fields in the Gulf of Guinea, Ghanaians hope they will profit from the country's oil wealth. Isaac Kaledzi reports.
Pakistan's government and Islamic groups criticize Myanmar for its "persecution" of the Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine. But how is Pakistan treating its own Rohingyas that have been living in the country for decades?
The decision by Japan's PM Abe to call a snap election is designed to take the wind out of a new party's sails, although analysts question the long-term future of nation's latest political movement. Julian Ryall reports.
Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba already ranks alongside Amazon and Walmart as one of the world's largest retailers. Its latest announcement of a major logistics investment and takeover shows the scale of its ambitions.
Ride-hailing service Uber has threatened to stop services in Canada's Quebec province from next month, saying that it's pulling out to avoid following new regulations aimed at leveling the playing field with taxis.
The German election outcome won't make federal policy any easier and not just because of the AfD, says Christoph Strack.
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