John Wanko and Jerry Brady from California explore the city of Chemnitz in Saxony, and are especially fascinated by a collection of old motorbikes in nearby Augustusburg.
The German chancellor has defended her refugee policy on a trip to Chemnitz, three months after anti-immigrant riots shook the city. Debating with locals, she first had to explain why it took her so long to visit.
Turkey has given US officials a request to extradite dozens of people linked to Fethullah Gulen. President Erdogan blames the cleric for an attempted coup in 2016 and has already locked up thousands of his followers.
Investigative journalist Azory Gwanda was last seen one year ago. His fate, as well as the recent detentions of two media activists, has created a tense situation for media workers in Tanzania.
A federal judge in San Francisco has temporarily blocked President Trump's order barring asylum for immigrants who enter the country illegally. Lawyers had argued that the order was in clear violation of asylum law.
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