The United States and China are embarking on their thirteenth round of talks aimed at ending their prolonged trade dispute. The key issues include intellectual property, forced technology transfer and currency controls.
Kosovo: revitalized cities, minarets and orthodox monasteries in a picturesque landscape. Twenty years since the end of the war and 11 years after independence, the country is eager to attract tourists and investors. But the picture is not all rosy.
Germans are having less sex. Wherefore? The memories of a dead cat can’t be transferred to a new, cloned cat, can they? And why, according to German zoologists, should the word ‘race‘ be banned?
Italy's new government has wasted no time pushing the EU to overhaul its rules on asylum seekers. Giuseppe Conte, once again prime minister, wants to set up a temporary system whereby migrants landing in Italian ports would be immediately transferred to other countries. The new interior minister is tasked with leading these efforts. A woman and largely unknown technocrat. Megan Williams reports.
The Greek government has started to transfer 1,500 asylum-seekers from the island of Lesbos to ease overcrowding in the migrants' camp there. A spike in the numbers of migrants arriving on Greek shores has swollen the population to 11,000.
In signing Lucas Hernandez and Mats Hummels, both Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund broke their transfer record this summer to boost their backline. World-class strikers may still command higher fees, but a host of Bundesliga clubs are following the trend and splashing the cash on defenders. Why?
He's only come in on loan, but Philippe Coutinho looks like Bayern's biggest signing of what many have seen as a disappointing transfer window. He's to become the latest in a long list of Brazilians to play in Munich.
The Basque terrorist organization ETA is a thing of the past. But be they behind bars or walking around in freedom, the treatment of former ETA members is controversial and divisive.
A rocket carrying a second satellite for the European Data Relay System (EDRS) has blasted off successfully from the European Spaceport in French Guiana. The space laser communications network is setting new standards for the rapid transfer of large amounts of data from space to Earth.
Mauritania is about to see its first peaceful transfer of power since independence from France in 1960. President Ould Abdel Aziz is stepping down after serving two five-year terms since he took power in a coup in 2008.
What is artificial intelligence? And how intelligent is it really? On this edition of TOMORROW TODAY we'll be exploring the notion of transferring human thought and learning to machines.
Sudan's military has cancelled all agreements with the main opposition coalition. This comes a day after security forces opened fire on pro-democracy protesters, killing at least 35 people and injuring many more at the main site of ongoing demonstrations in the capital, Khartoum.
The paint has barely dried on the 2018-19 campaign and Bundesliga clubs are already busy making plans for next season. DW has an overview of the transfer deals that have been completed ahead of next season.
In Sudan, protests against the country's rulers continue after the ouster of President al-Bashir. Mohamed Almustafa, a longtime Bashir critic who joined the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA) hoping to bring change to his country, spoke to DW.
Demonstrators in Sudan have flooded Khartoum's streets, protesting against the military council that has taken over the country. Protest leaders say they're against the military's stated plan to rule Sudan for two years before calling elections.
The transfer fees being paid by and to Bundesliga teams are getting higher every transfer window. Here's a pictorial look back at how the prices of Bundesliga players have developed over the past few years.
The Internet has turned the worlds of retail, book publishing and finance upside down. Now the next chapter in the digital age is dawning - the era of the virtual currency Bitcoin. It's a revolution that could ultimately make banks superfluous.
The National People's Congress has passed a new law apparently aimed at decelerating the current trade conflict with the US. It includes an end to forced technology transfers and other disadvantages for foreign companies and investors in China. But the offers of reassurance haven't convinced everyone.
Most teams around Europe kept their purse strings tight through the January transfer window. Some big names, however, have made moves over the last month, including to Germany's top flight – the Bundesliga.
Christian Pulisic and Benjamin Pavard both agreed major deals as Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund made their mark in the window. Elsewhere, some old favorites left the league and some promising youngsters arrived.
On Sunday, millions of people took part in an event that could see the first peaceful transfer of power in decades. But questions over its fairness are mounting, with accusations of delays and irregularities – especially in opposition areas.
Airkairenza Kushtarbek and her four children live in rural Kyrgyzstan. But her husband works in Russia - some 3,000 kilometers away, like many men from Kyrgyzstan who are fleeing poverty in their own country.
Self-driving cars, 360-degree live broadcasts and service technicians equipped with 3D headsets - all that will be possible once data transfer takes place in real-time. And that's pretty much what the new wireless standard 5G offers. Thirty times faster than 4G LTE. Some applications are being tested at the port in Hamburg.
The last privately-owned migrant rescue ship operating on the central Mediterranean trafficking route is making its final journey to the port of Marseille. Before setting off, rescuers transferred 58 shipwrecked people to the Maltese coastguard.
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