The Turkish president has laid out the first official version of the investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabia could face its worst crisis if the crown prince is linked to the killing.
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Media outlets in the Middle East are getting clear instructions on the right way to cover the Jamal Khashoggi case. Qatari and Saudi media, in particular, disagree in a region where press freedom is largely unknown.
A three-day international investment conference has started in Saudi Arabia to help the nation overcome its dependence on oil revenues. The meeting got off to a bumpy start amid a major Saudi image crisis.
To Sabine Lappe, Christian was a dream child. But her beloved son became an IS terrorist who died in Syria. The bereaved mother shared her story with Deutsche Welle.
German pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds still lag behind their counterparts from affluent families, a new OECD study shows. But there was some good news as far as social mobility in education is concerned.
Donald Trump's planned withdrawal from a key arms control treaty with Moscow has the handwriting of his hawkish national security advisor and could trigger a new arms race. Still, Europe bears part of the blame.
US President Trump did Russian President Putin a favor by leaving a treaty limiting some nuclear weapons, a Russia analyst tells DW. The world may need to prepare for a new Cold War.
At 55 kilometers, it's the world's longest sea-crossing bridge and connects the semi-autonomous cities of Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China. But the project was hit by delays, cost overruns and safety concerns.
India's top court has allowed limited use of "safe and green" firecrackers during Diwali festivities next month. The ruling is a setback for activists who wanted a complete ban on fireworks to curb soaring pollution.
Twenty-five years after the death of his wife, Alan McBride continues to preach reconciliation in Northern Ireland.
A US judge has denied Monsanto a new trial after finding the agrochemical company liable for its cancer-causing product. The victim's lawyer hailed the decision as "a triumph for our legal system."
The Category 4 storm could have a "potentially catastrophic impact" on Western Sinaloa and Nayarit states. The hurricane will make landfall on the same day as Tropical Storm Vicente hammers the coast further south.
Microplastics have been found just about everywhere — including now in our poo. But what does this mean for our health?
Thomas Müller has been in a goalscoring funk for the last two months. A strong performance from the German international in Athens against AEK could start to get his season, and Bayern Munich's, back on track.
Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken publicly for the first time about the rape allegations that swirl around him. The Juventus star is back in Manchester for a Champions League game on Tuesday evening against his former club.
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After vowing to end austerity, Italy's populist government has spooked Brussels with an ambitious 2019 budget.
As the capital of Afghanistan grows, its water supplies shrink. Could religious leaders help avert disaster?
Biya's victory was widely predicted following an election marred by allegations of fraud. But the government's crackdown on influential activists suggests Biya's decades-long hold on power may be slipping.
Incumbent Paul Biya has won Cameroon's presidency for a seventh time, taking a reported 71 percent of the vote. DW's Fred Muvunyi says it's another seven years of pain that Cameroonians will have to endure.
The "minority of the minorities" across Europe have found a vital artistic platform to tell their story.
The researchers found that the fragments owned by a US museum showed "characteristics inconsistent with ancient origin."
Once on the brink of extinction, the beaver is making a comeback in Germany and across Europe.
First introduced as supporting figures in a 1958 comic, the little blue creatures went on to conquer the world.
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