Egyptians vote on a new constitution Tuesday, and the draft contains some new concepts like a ban on torture. But the power of the military is largely unchanged.
Clashes lasting several days between armed rebels and government troops took place on the Comoros Island of Anjouan. No concrete demands were made and residents are wondering who was behind the attack.
The pilgrims were on their way to a remote desert monastery when their buses were fired upon by suspected Islamist gunmen. The attack is the second in the same place in as many years.
There are more Salafists in North Rhine-Westphalia than in any other German state. The scene has all but vanished from the public eye in its stronghold. But it is still very active, as DW is told by numerous sources.
Thailand's military government says it wants to hold elections early next year, after the generals cemented their control over the state and its institutions. Some observers say the "Thai people's patience has run out."
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