Russia's largest protests in five years have taken many by surprise, being led mostly by young people demonstrating against state corruption. What may it mean for President Vladimir Putin?
The proposal to gift an Interrail Pass to all EU citizens when they turn 18 was rerouted due to its anticipated cost. A pared-down version is planned.
As British Prime Minister Theresa May is slated to trigger formal Brexit talks, African nations are gearing up for negotiations of their own. But it's not all doom and gloom since Brexit could work in Africa's favor.
Tuareg separatists boycott Mali peace talks in Bamako+++Anti-Kremlin protests in Russia+++ The UN and the African Union condemn the killing of six aid workers in South Sudan+++Kidney disease is becoming a growing problem is sub-Saharan Africa
President Donald Trump’s health plan has been pulled thanks largely to an alliance of hard-line Republican lawmakers known as the Freedom Caucus. Who are they, and what do they mean for Trump’s policies going forward?
Iraqi forces have renewed street battles and airstrikes against "Islamic State" positions in Mosul. Over the last few days, the operation has been overshadowed by reports of heavy civilian casualties.
Bulgaria's center-right GERB party has won in parliamentary elections, but not decisively. Building a government coalition looks tricky.
Feng Chongyi has been twice blocked from flying out of the country after conducting research into human rights lawyers in China. Beijing accuses rights lawyers and liberal intellectuals of threatening national security.
Voting in six European nations has begun in the controversial Turkish referendum.
DW correspondent Jefferson Chase analyzes the election result.
Thousands of Russians demonstrated across the country Sunday to protest against corruption, defying bans on rallies called by prominent Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny - who was arrested along with dozens of others.
For some people, it's hard enough to balance on a rope stretched close to the ground between two trees. And then there are slackliners who want a bigger kick. They extend the rope from one cliff to another.
With the UK noticeably absent, European Union leaders have met in Rome to celebrate the founding treaties of the bloc. People in London feel excluded.
A key vote by the US House of Representatives on a health care bill to dismantle Obamacare has been withdrawn. The new law would have increased the number of Americans without health insurance. What do people think about the status quo?
More than 400,000 children will drop-out due to a high number of Afghan refugees coming back from Pakistan.
Grandmother's got a tattoo? No big deal among Bosnian-Croats. Tattooing girls' hands with Christian symbols has been a tradition among Catholics in the region for a long time. But it is slowly vanishing.
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Gola National Park combines environmental protection and stable incomes.
Japanese members of the Global Shapers Community have founded Tokyo's first private student dorm.
We caught up with Swiss globalization critic Jean Ziegler.
Bride kidnapping is an old tradition in Kyrgyzstan. Women are abducted and forced to marry.
Aid organizations in Somalia are struggling to provide help to people suffering from drought.
Finland launched a test of the universal basic income in hopes of boosting its economy.
Several hundred giraffe live in a protected zone about 70 kilometers from Niger’s capital.
In Afghanistan, few women can participate in sports. Many in the country are opposed to it.
Cheetahs may be facing extinction. A South African NGO is raising awareness about the speedy cats.
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