The founder of the WikiLeaks whistleblowing organization has had his request for asylum in France denied. Julian Assange has spent years at Ecuador's embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden.
There hasn't been any major breakthrough between Iran and the IAEA on Tehran's nuclear program as the world powers and Iran push for a final deal. Nuclear expert Mark Fitzpatrick tells DW an agreement could be reached.
An opinion poll shows the Greek referendum is set to be a tight race. Campaigning is underway, even as a top court is due to rule on the poll's legality.
Two years ago, the Muslim Brotherhood was driven underground, after President Mohammed Morsi was deposed. Tensions between the Brotherhood and the regime now seem to be escalating. Naomi Conrad reports from Cairo.
Malaysian PM Najib Razak has denied news reports stating that $700 million were wired to his personal account from a state investment fund. DW speaks to journalist Jahabar Sadiq about the implications of the scandal.
On Sunday Greeks will vote in a referendum against a backdrop of shuttered banks and growing rancor. The only certainty is continued uncertainty, as Pavlos Zafiropoulos writes from Athens.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has launched an offensive to reclaim territory from extremist Islamist group ISIS. The terrorist organization has also been fighting elsewhere in the Middle East, including Syria.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Greece cannot afford to go it alone. A draft report by the fund criticized Greek coalition leaders Syriza for Greece's deteriorating prospects.
At least eight people have been hurt after two bombs exploded in the Colombian capital. The government has blamed terrorists, with the country's president abandoning an international summit to return home.
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Following claims of serious rights abuses in South Sudan, the UN is sending in a team of monitors to investigate. Sanctions have been imposed on six military leaders from both sides of the conflict.