The trend towards house-sharing has made its way from the United States to Germany. The Reichwalds from Berlin, for instance, are temporarily swapping apartments with the Schotts from Munich. That makes vacationing cheaper for both families.
The deal, brokered by the United Nations, was more than two years in the making. It's being hailed as "an important step," raising hopes that the country's stalled peace process can be revived.
Tired of being cooped up at home and the grind of the city, more Japanese people say they hope to escape — and restrictions under the state of emergency prove they can have a more balanced life by working from home.
Afghanistan has freed three Taliban figures in exchange for the release of two Western hostages. Officials hope the exchange will help rekindle peace talks with the militant group.
Azerbaijan says 12 civilians were killed by Armenian shelling in the second city of Ganja. The spike in violence between the two former Soviet republics over Nagorno-Karabakh could also lead to a humanitarian disaster.
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