US Ambassador to Germany Grenell has welcomed German companies' decision to comply with US sanctions and stop business with Iran. Washington warned firms that do business with Iran that they could face repercussions.
BASE jumper Dominik Loyen died after his parachute failed to open after his leap from a 100-meter cliff on the coast of Portugal. The German was a well-known daredevil and BASE jumping instructor.
Anne Frank hid in the Netherlands for years, before her family was betrayed and deported to Auschwitz. Their arrest came on August 4, 1944. The diary she wrote while in hiding has made her famous throughout the world.
Pristina hit Serbian goods with steep tariffs after blaming Belgrade's "aggressive stance" for its failed bid to join the Interpol. Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008, but the countries remain at odds.
Five years ago, Ukraine's Euromaidan protests kicked off, driving its autocratic leaders out of the country. But the revolution's promise has never come to pass because it lacks real leadership, writes Bernd Johann.
Romania's President Klaus Iohannis and the government are at loggerheads. Iohannis took the rare step of partly rejecting a proposed cabinet reshuffle, and the country's struggle with corruption is coming to a head.
A former Macedonian prime minister wanted for corruption in his home country says he was granted asylum in Hungary. The European Union commissioner in charge of membership policy says he wants answers.
The European Court of Justice ruled against a 2015 regulation that saw Austria give minimal social assistance to refugees. Austria's conservative government has introduced a number of strict immigration cuts recently.
The European Commission's new rejection of the Italian budget is the first step in disciplinary procedures that may lead to hefty fines. In its report, the Commission said Italy has "seriously violated" EU budget rules.
A new bill would see more than 20 judges who were forced into early retirement return to the bench. The move comes after a top EU court ruled Warsaw had violated European democratic standards.
British firms are struggling with the biggest shortage of EU workers in two decades. A weak pound amid Brexit uncertainty means staying home or other EU states are more fruitful options.
Police in Norway have charged a 26-year-old man with coercing more than 300 boys to engage in sexual acts. Authorities say it is the biggest case of sexual abuse in the Scandinavian country's history.
Fugitive former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski claims Hungarian authorities have approved his asylum request. Gruevski is an ally of Viktor Orban and has been convicted on corruption charges back home.
In 2013, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians took to the streets demanding an independent judiciary and an end to corruption. Since then, some progress has been made, but activists say much more work lies ahead.
A new report shows that some 22,000 pregnant children were admitted to Turkish hospitals over 18 months. Despite this overwhelming number, experts argue that the actual cases are likely to be much higher.
A local takes you on a tour of Amsterdam: Explore the canals by boat and visit the NDSM wharf.
Every year, tourists throw coins into Rome's Trevi fountain and make wishes.
Many Syrian children have physical and psychological wounds.
Frequent rockslides in the Alps are endangering whole towns in Austria. Climate change is to blame.
After Islamist terror attacks and years of high alert, police suicide rates in France are rising.
Migrants try to enter the EU by scaling the fence around Spain's African enclave of Ceuta.
Chanting "Justice for David", thousands in Bosnia & Herzegovina protest against the government.
Spaceflight company Virgin Galactic is planning an airport in Italy for space tourists.
A year after the independence vote, the yellow ribbons of Catalan separatists remain controversial.
Many Turkish exiles take a critical view of Turkish President Erdoğan's upcoming visit to Germany.
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The Allgäu is one of the most popular holiday regions in Germany. It stretches from the Danube to the Alps and its attractions include Neuschwanstein Castle and spectacular untouched landscapes.
The exhibition "Pergamon Museum. The Panorama" in Berlin takes you on a 360- degree panoramic journey through time with masterpieces of the ancient metropolis and installations.
A day after Prime Minister Theresa May presented the UK-EU draft withdrawal agreement to her cabinet, a slew of ministers have quit in protest at the deal. Rob Mudge takes a look at who's gone so far.
Britain is leaving the European Union, but who exactly is directing the drama? DW takes a look at the people involved in the messy divorce.
Pearl necklaces, diamonds, and a ring containing Marie Antoinette's lock of hair were auctioned off in Geneva by Sotheby's. French royals smuggled the jewels out of Paris after the revolution.
Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny has become one of the most prominent figures of the anti-Putin protest movement. The lawyer-turned-activist was barred from challenging Putin in the 2018 presidential election.
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