Minimum wage, skyrocketing housing costs, the widening gap between rich and poor are hotly debated topics among German voters.
Iraqi courts are sentencing foreigners who have belonged to the "Islamic State" group. DW traces the story of two of them, Lamia K. and her daughter Nadia. Both were handed life sentences in Baghdad this year.
Ireland's data protection authority has launched a probe into the Facebook security breach that affected some 50 million users. The move could see EU law — and strict fines — come to bear on the social media giant.
As the debate surrounding former dictator Francisco Franco's remains divides the country, those his regime targeted for their sexual orientation are still waiting for justice. Enrique Anarte Lazo reports from Huelva.
The lynching of two young men over rumors on social media that they were child kidnappers has once again highlighted the issue of "mob justice" in India. Experts say an explosion in smartphone use is a major cause.
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