Bollywood actor Salman Khan has been found guilty of culpable homicide and sentenced to five years in prison. He ran over five people sleeping on a sidewalk, killing one, in 2002. Does his punishment fit the crime?
Researchers in the German state of Bavaria have scanned the fossilized head of a T. rex using one of the world's biggest X-ray machines. Scientists are hoping the data will shed light on how the dinosaur's brain worked.
Scientists want to understand the spatial structures of complex organic molecules, and observe every stage of a chemical reaction. This will be possible with XFEL, the largest free electron x-ray laser in the world.
From a modest background, Fanta Diallo rose to prominence as deputy mayor of the Senegalese capital, Dakar. Now she's trying to inspire young people tempted by the idea of working in Europe to opt for Senegal instead.
Many people have died in an explosion that tore across a government office in a northern Nigerian city. The attack has been blamed on Boko Haram militants.
Euclid Tsakalotos, committed European and champagne socialist, is Greece's new finance minister. But the Rotterdam-born, Oxford-educated Marxist academic economist is perhaps more British than Greek.
While Germany has reached its limit of patience with Greece, France is campaigning for more understanding towards Athens. But Greece shouldn't pin its hopes on Hollande, writes DW's Andreas Noll.
Britain is commemorating the 10th anniversary of the London suicide bombings that killed some 52 people. British PM David Cameron said the last week's Tunisia attacks were a reminder that terrorism was as real as before.
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