Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said the war in Ukraine has been a turning point for the region, as she adressed the Council of the Baltic Sea States meeting.
A ship that saved migrants in the Mediterranean has taken them to another port than that assigned by Italian officials. The NGO that owns the ship now risks a fine.
German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius is attending the Shangri-La Dialogue. One of his priorities will be to rally support in the region for Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.
Polls see Germany's center-left coalition government in free fall while the far-right populist AfD is reaping the benefits. It currently polls on par with Chancellor Olaf Scholz's Social Democrats.
Kosovo PM Albin Kurti has doubled down on the decision to install ethnic Albanian mayors in majority Serb areas. Separately, France's Macron urged new elections.
Police in Germany have arrested seven alleged supporters of the so-called Islamic State. The suspects are thought to be part of a network seeking donations for the Islamist terrorist group in Syria.
Russia has been waging its war on Ukraine in cyberspace too. Part of its digital assault has been a massive stream of disinformation and propaganda. In Germany and elsewhere, Russian memes and propaganda messages bring the far right and left together.
Authorities have lifted air raid warnings after intercepting more than 30 Russian missiles and drones over the city in the early hours of Friday. DW has the latest.
The European Political Community has met for its second summit in Moldova. There was a lot of support expressed for Ukraine, but no concrete decisions were made.
A Polish radical right-wing MP's violent disturbance at a lecture on the Holocaust at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw prevented a renowned historian and researcher from speaking.
Following initial claims by Shelby Lynn, several young female fans are now testifying that they were recruited to have sex with the band's lead singer, Till Lindemann.
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Cameroonian art curator Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung is the new director of Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt. He talked to DW about his career and vision.
The allegations of sexual assault against Rammstein's Till Lindemann are increasing. The online debate is toxic. The band can no longer remain silent, says DW's Silke Wünsch.
While some hotels are serving climate-neutral meat from their own farms and heating with wood chips, the tourism industry as a whole has a long way to go to reduce their carbon footprint.
Austrian state cannot be held liable for the Ischgl crisis that saw thousands catch COVID-19, a court has ruled, rejecting the plaintiff's claims of "catastrophic mismanagement."
The far-right Alternative for Germany is flying high, reaching 18% support in two nationwide polls. The party is sharpening its profile by attacking the Green Party's climate policies.
Germany's World Cup squad announcement was overshadowed by reaction to Bayern Munich's decision to release their players at a date that was "contrary to agreements made at the start of the year".
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