Tim Sebastian, host of Conflict Zone, is a world-renowned television journalist with more than 40 years of experience. (24.08.2015)
After waiting three days for the Houthi delegation to show up in Geneva, peace talks between the rebel Houthis and the Yemen government were called off. The Houthis were not comfortable with travel arrangements.
German Youth Minister Franziska Giffey has renewed her party's call for Germany to enact a law on teaching democracy to avert radicalization. She was the first federal minister to visit Chemnitz after last week's unrest.
The London musician Sampha won the prestigious Mercury Prize for his debut studio album "Process," beating international sensations such as Ed Sheeran or The xx.
It is unknown how many passengers were aboard, and authorities have said the death toll could reach 200. The Tanzanian government has said the boat capsized near the dock and that 26 people have been rescued.
German authorities consider texting while driving to be equivalent to driving while over twice the legal limit of alcohol consumption. Yet the fine is only €60.
Roughly €200 billion worth of "suspicious" transactions were taken care of by the Danish bank's branch in Estonia. The branch was reportedly known for laundering money for Russian President Vladimir Putin's family.
The UK and the EU cannot find common ground on Ireland and future trade. The EU has accused Britain of trying to cherry-pick parts of the union it wants to keep.
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