In an exclusive interview from the W20 women summit on gender equality, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands talked to DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge about pressing issues women face in a digitalized world.
Germany's oldest political party has decided to adopt a twin-leader model in as part of its attempt to regalvanize the party base. The Social Democrats are tanking in opinion polls and casting around for fresh ideas.
This year, for the first time, March 8 is a public holiday in the city-state of Berlin. But the concept of Women's Day in Germany is a centurylong work in progress.
Biarritz is playing host to the G7 this weekend and it's affecting business owners in the tourist city.
Hot on the heels of his chastening experiences in Berlin and Paris, Boris Johnson will get a further taste of the new realities facing the UK when he makes his debut at the G-7 summit in the French resort of Biarritz.
A court in Augsburg has fined a refugee from the Chechen Republic after he shared a DW article on his Facebook page. According to the ruling, he propagated the insignia of the Islamic State group.
The Kremlin uses World War II as a way of embedding in the Russian mind the idea that everything the authorities of "Fortress Russia" did, do or will do in the future is good by definition, writes DW's Konstantin Eggert.
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