Amid deep tensions following the US election, Americans - and their current and future presidents - have been spreading the Thanksgiving message.
The US president has said he "would love to be a mediator" for the frozen conflict between India and Pakistan. While Pakistan said Trump had the potential to "bring the two countries together," India appeared less keen.
The dispute about one of the questions in the upcoming census reveals an old conflict over the nature of the American nation. The debate is far from over, writes Alexander Görlach.
A Turkish invasion of Syria appears to be imminent. But a new military offensive could have self-destructive consequences for Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government, writes journalist Rainer Hermann.
Isabel Allende's new novel tells the tale of refugees fleeing their country for Chile during the Spanish civil war. Set decades ago, the migrant story is nonetheless very timely today, Allende told DW in an interview.
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