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Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate, doesn’t have a Ukraine policy, his foreign policy adviser tells DW. He adds that Trump’s remarks on Germany and terrorism shouldn’t be taken at face value.
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.
Chancellor Merkel has said that Germany's possible plans to up troops in Lithuania should not aim to enflame tensions with Moscow. Merkel has also called for a "strong and prosperous" UK to remain in the EU.
Police in Bogota have rescued dozens of young women held against their will and sexually exploited. One of the victims was reportedly found hidden behind a wall, with her hands and feet shackled.
Dozens of people, many of them children, have been injured in lightning strikes in Paris and a small town in western Germany. One man was killed by lightning in Poland and several were injured.
Venezuelan government officials have held secret talks with opposition leaders in the Dominican Republic. The meetings aim to pave the way for a resolution to a political standoff in the South American country.
Pope Francis has issued fresh calls for compassion and openness towards migrants fleeing war and poverty. His comments come amid a spike in migrants intercepted in the Mediterranean this week.
For months, the Brits have threatened their fellow EU members with a Brexit that could destabilize the entire European Union. But guess what: That probably won't happen.
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