The EU has told Saudi Arabia to "shed full clarity" on what it openly calls the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Still wavering is US President Donald Trump whose ally Riyadh denies orders came from the top.
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After California's deadliest wildfires, the US president made a tour of the area. Thousands of firefighters are working to contain the fire as survivors stay in temporary shelters, tents or their cars.
The billionaire premier is denying accusations he hindered a fraud investigation and refuses to resign. The protest rallies coincided with the anniversary of the November 1989 Velvet Revolution that toppled communism.
A woman taking part in protests against rising fuel prices in France has died after being hit by a car. The incident took place as activists angered by the government's tax hikes blocked motorways across the country.
The co-leader of Germany's far-right AfD says his party will use European elections to unite populists across the continent. Jörg Meuthen told DW the party's key concern will be getting "migration chaos under control."
German firms should prepare for a no-deal Brexit, the head of the BDI Federation of Industry has warned. "A hard Brexit would be disastrous," he said as the UK prime minister fights for approval of her exit deal.
A powerful cyclone has battered India's southeast coast, killing more than 30 people and forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes. Officials are scrambling to get food and water to people sheltering in relief camps.
Germany's transport minister has said he wants to ease rules on car-pooling companies such as Uber. The US company has failed to take off in the country — freelance driver-based model has run afoul of existing laws.
Athens protesters decrying a 1973 military crushing of a student uprising converged on the US embassy. Radicals clashed with police after a peaceful main march.
A German-Jewish group has flagged a new WhatsApp sticker-creating feature being used to send neo-Nazi and anti-Semitic messages. It has called on the Facebook-owned messaging service to intervene.
Iran and Iraq have both said they want to cooperate more despite fresh US sanctions on Tehran. The gulf neighbors could increase bilateral trade by $8 billion.
A militia leader from the Central African Republic has been extradited to the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Alfred Yekatom will face trial on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The ARA San Juan vanished off the coast of Argentina a little over a year ago with 44 crew members on board. The government says it can't recover the vessel, sparking protests by the missing crew's relatives.
In Uganda, financial aid for refugees is withheld, the situation is tense. Who needs to take responsibility now?
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The head of the German football body has called on the FIFA boss to come clean on his plans to sell World Cup rights.
From January, Brazil will be ruled by ex-military leaders, something that many in the populace see with concern.
Scuffles have broken out across the Netherlands over one of Santa's helpers, the fictional character "Black Pete."
Police say it's not yet clear what caused the barn to go up in flames.
"Kisses from grandpa Ratko," said jailed Serb ex-general Ratko Mladic during a live phone call to a morning TV show.
The latest showdown between the EU and Tanzanian leader John Magufuli is worrisome and signals tough times ahead.
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