As fighting in eastern Ukraine continues, people in Avdiivka near Donetsk are forced to live without water and electricity, suffer from freezing temperatures and the constant fear of death. Christian F. Trippe has visited the war-torn city.
Russian intelligence has acquired internal documents and dossiers from a spy, likely an OSCE staff member, reported ARD. The dossiers included personal information about staff susceptibility to alcohol and women.
Humanitarian agencies at the Jordanian border confirmed that tens of thousands of civilians were returning home. The Syrian army offensive on Daraa province had left 320,000 people displaced.
Berlin is under increasing pressure to pull the plug on Nord Stream 2, the planned gas pipeline that would link Russia and Germany below the Baltic Sea. Here is what you need to know about the massive project.
In the space of a week, the US president has attacked NATO and cozied up to Vladimir Putin. Retired US Army General Ben Hodges told DW that Trump alienating US allies "worries every military professional" he knows.
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