US President Barack Obama has promised to restrict some of his country’s controversial surveillance programs.
After months of deadly anti-government protests, Nicaragua's embattled president denied any "persecution" has taken place. In an exclusive interview with DW, Daniel Ortega called the crisis a "coup" financed by the US.
In an interview with DW, US Special Representative for Ukraine Negotiations Kurt Volker blamed Russia for the stalemate in talks. He also reaffirmed the US's readiness to supply additional lethal weapons to Kyiv.
Africa had high hopes for Obama’s presidency, many of which he didn't fulfill. Now he's in Kenya and South Africa for the first time since leaving office. Can he live up to the public's expectations as a private citizen?
Former SS camp guard Jakiv Palij has landed in Düsseldorf, 14 years after his deportation order was signed in the US. But whether he faces trial in Germany remains far from clear.
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