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The US administration’s decision to slash funding for a notable German-American youth exchange caused consternation on both sides of the Atlantic. A unique transatlantic coalition is working hard to reverse the cuts.
Opponents of a massive free-trade agreement between the US and Europe have been hoping to pressure Brussels into scrapping the deal for over a year. Now a petition against the pact has attracted its millionth signature.
The rebuilding of trust between Europe and the US after the NSA revelations did not happen in Munich. Europeans should now take a different path to push Washington into reforming the NSA, says DW's Michael Knigge.
Members of parliament in Tehran have approved a bill that supports implementing a nuclear deal Iran signed with six world powers in July. The bill can now be formally put into action.
Amnesty International has accused Kurdish authorities of forcibly displacing Arabs from their homes in some parts of Syria. Earlier, Kurdish fighters announced an alliance with Arab fighters.
The ongoing Volkswagen scandal may make it to the big screen. A US movie studio and actor Leonardo DiCaprio's production company have acquired movie rights to a book proposal on the German carmaker's emissions cheating.
Kosovar police have used tear gas against a crowd gathered to demand the release of a nationalist lawmaker. Self-Determination party leader Albin Kurti was among involved in a violent flare-up in parliament last week.
The Taliban has designated journalists of two biggest Afghani television networks as "enemy personnel" and their stations as "military targets." The two channels reported that the Taliban were raping women in Kunduz.
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