Euromaxx experiences the Royal Wedding in Britain from the perspective of one of many street parties taking place up and down the land.
More than 90,000 people jammed the Champs-Elysees in Paris to celebrate France's second World Cup win in 20 years. Some revelers got out of hand, broke shop windows and looted a store.
Analyst Michael Kugelman tells DW that while the Pakistani military does not want former PM Nawaz Sharif's party to win another term, it is also not very comfortable with the other possible post-election scenarios.
Four weeks of football mania, street parties and exceptionally friendly police: Many Russians don't want the World Cup to end. So will any of the changes in the country's host cities stick?
The prince's visit was organized at the behest of the British government amid tensions in the region. Although his trip is considered non-political, Prince William is expected to meet with Israeli and Arab leaders.
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