The US will move its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in mid-May, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of Israel's founding. A top Palestinian negotiator has described the timing as a "blatant provocation."
A new indictment has accused former Trump aide Paul Manafort of paying some $2 million to European politicians to support a pro-Russian government in Ukraine. The lobbying group was led by a "former European chancellor."
The UN Security Council has delayed a vote on a possible 30-day truce in Syria to Saturday. Russia, the Syrian government's main backer, has said it is prepared to support such a deal given the right conditions.
European Council President Donald Tusk said there could be no "cherry-picking" on post-Brexit trade relations. British Prime Minister Theresa May will unveil Brexit plans at a speech next week.
The Secret Service has said that they detained a woman after her car struck a security barrier near the White House. It was not immediately clear whether the driver intended to hit the barrier.
The South African retired army colonel was a former adviser to Riek Machar, South Sudan's vice-president-turned-rebel-leader. Five years into South Sudan's civil war, thousands have been killed and 2 million displaced.
Degas' 1877 work "Les Choristes" had been missing for nearly a decade. It was stolen while on loan from the Musee d'Orsay.
Yobe state's education commissioner Alhaji Mohammed Lamin tells DW that parents are not cooperating with authorities to find dozens of girls who were abducted from their boarding school in Dapchie, northeastern Nigeria.
President Donald Trump has called the new set of sanctions the "largest-ever" targeting North Korea. The move comes as Trump's daughter Ivanka is in South Korea for the end of the Winter Olympics.
France is working on a new immigration law designed to streamline the asylum process. But aid workers fear the legislation could turn the country into a proper "expulsion machine," reports Lisa Louis from Paris.
The Five Star protest party is riding high in the polls ahead of next week's election in Italy. Their anti-establishment, anti-immigrant message is resonating with frustrated Italians. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
East African leaders are meeting in Uganda to discuss a range of issues including trade disputes. DW columnist Jenerali Ulimwengu says they must also discuss the deteriorating political crisis in Kenya.
Health experts fear that a drop in immunization rates amid an ongoing dengue vaccine controversy could jeopardize other government vaccination programs and trigger epidemics in the Philippines. Ana P. Santos reports.
The funding for the multinational G5 operation in West Africa's Sahel region is designed to stop Islamist insurgencies. The broader plan is to stop people having to leave the region.
Modi met the Canadian premier nearly a week after he arrived on his first state visit. Trudeau's trip to India has seen him make multiple costume changes and show off dance moves but has not gone exactly to plan.
Neanderthals created decorative objects and cave paintings thousands of years before our Homo sapiens ancestors, according to landmark finds. The two human species apparently had the same cognitive abilities.
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A video footage made by an Australian tourist shows a manta ray feeding among pieces of trash at Manta Point in Bali.
With its border to Spain as an EU external border, the British Overseas Territory would be isolated.
Many refugees on the Balkan route have been stuck in Serbia for years, waiting to enter Hungary.
The rest of the EU is frustrated as it watches Germany’s drawn-out process of forming a government.
Young socialists in France propose to make their party over after 2017’s disastrous election results.
The Social Democrats have to decide whether to join a new grand coalition with Angela Merkel’s CDU.
The Syrian crisis has led Aref Jabo to flee his country. But he wants to go back to be reunited with his family and to go back to his job. He also wants everything to be rebuilt in Syria.
Since colonial times Westerners dictated African women's beauty standards: The idealisation of fair skin and soft straight hair are some of those beauty standards which infiltrated the mindset of many women. Also in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the business with the skin bleaching chemical is thriving - with harmful side effects.
Bogger Sally Bilaly Sow exposes issues that the traditional media don't cover in his homeland, Guinea. The 25-year-old has also launched the "Villageois 2.0" project - a blog which not only provides Guinea's youth with an online space to discuss their views, but also demands transparency from state authorities regarding what happens to public money.
My City takes us to Accra today, Ghana's capital. The hot and humid city is not a place for sports, you would think, but Bernice Asiedu is promoting exactly that. She uses remote spots in the city for fitness sessions.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on churchgoers in Russia's predominantly Muslim Dagestan region. At least five people were killed and four wounded when a gunman opened fire on people leaving a Sunday service at a Russian Orthodox church in Kizlyar.
Thirteen Russians and three Russian entities have been charged with a plot to interfere in the 2016 US election.
The internet is brimming with fake news. But hoaxes and false reports are not a new phenomenon. DW examines the trend.
The votes have been counted, now parties face the conditions and compromises of coalition building. What will leaders demand and where will they give in? DW's election special has the answers.
Thousands of students across the US have walked out of class to protest gun violence in the wake of a school shooting. But not all educators have shown support for the students, with some warning of disciplinary action.
Since West Germany's accession to NATO, Berlin has supported numerous operations involving the trans-Atlantic alliance. Since 1990, Germany's Bundeswehr has been deployed on "out of area" missions as well.
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Restaurants in Quito serve up delicacies sold to them by rainforest inhabitants.
Aid projects are helping to get more women into Jordan's male-dominated workforce.
Residents of the Seychelles are fighting to save a precious marine habitat.
Until recently, more than half the world's plastic waste was sold to China.
Music is a central part of life for this week's Berlin Global - and Kathleen Blackwell Bird has created a family using it at The English Choir Berlin.
Hamid Sulaiman lives in Berlin, where he composed a graphic novel about the Syrian civil war.
Eddie Chung is a skateboarder living in Berlin. For him, it’s more than a sport, it’s a lifestyle.
Psychic healing has a long tradition in Russia.
Thousands of homeless people sleep rough in Los Angeles. The authorities appear overwhelmed.
Basel locals call their carnival "liebe Frau Fasnacht" (dear Lady Fasnacht). In 2017 it was given intangible heritage status. Now, for the first time, Basel is partying with an official UNESCO title.
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