Millions of Europeans are being exposed to far-right propaganda on Facebook ahead of the EU elections, a report by the Avaaz NGO shows. The activists say their research prompted an "unprecedented" cleanup by Facebook.
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Angry supporters of unsuccessful Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto have resorted to violent protests in the streets of Jakarta. The city's governor reported six people killed and many more injured.
Heavily armed police have carried out a series of coordinated raids on the homes of members of the "Al-Salam-313" group. The targets are suspected of people smuggling as well as dealing in narcotics.
In an operation code named "Icebreaker," European authorities announced that they had dismantled a large criminal group. Police across five countries seized cash, diamonds, jewelry and luxury vehicles.
Washington has told Syria that it will "respond quickly and appropriately" to any chemical weapons use. The threat comes as a fragile ceasefire in rebel-held Idlib risks unraveling.
Philippine's president has given Canada two options for garbage sent to the Philippines years ago: Take it back or watch it wash up on Canadian shores. The countries have been talking trash for over five years.
The UK's second-largest steel maker has been battling a financial crunch over the past year. A court has now ordered its liquidation, leaving thousands of workers staring at job losses.
US businesses in China are increasingly worried about the trade conflict between the US and China. They are bearing the brunt of tariffs and non-tariff barriers adopted in recent months, a new survey said.
Experts say species loss and ecological collapse damage humanity as much as climate change. Is anybody listening?
Until 20 years ago, wolves had been wiped out in Germany. The population is growing again. When can farmers shoot them? And how can they be protected? The government has come up with new rules.
The far-right FPÖ party's unquestioning proximity to the Kremlin has become their undoing.
Even if the Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is voted out of office, his career isn't necessarily over.
After reporting on a possible political shake-up in Moscow, two respected journalists have been forced to quit a top Russian newspaper. The outlet's editor-in-chief has denied that ownership had a role in the firings.
The Dutch migration minister has quit after coming under fire over how crimes involving asylum-seekers were reported. Mark Harbers' ministry placed offenses such as sexual assault and murder under the term "other."
Jokha Alharthi has become the first Arabic-language writer to win the Man Booker International Prize with her novel "Celestial Bodies." The book focuses on three Omani sisters and the country's history of slavery.
Borussia Dortmund have dived head first into the transfer market.
When Bernd Schuster left Cologne for Barcelona in 1980, he was one of the first Bundesliga players to move to Spain. He spoke to DW about his move and two Germans who followed in his footsteps decades later.
Europe has come a long way over two generations but it's not yet where it needs to be, argues Cristina Burack.
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Some 128,000 people are thought to have been murdered in Syrian jails. Europe wants to bring the killers to justice.
Has Juan Guaido's movement given false hope to Venezuelans? Vanessa Neumann, his envoy to the UK, is on Conflict Zone.
Dominik Bloh wants to give homeless people a shower bus. "Being able to wash oneself is dignity", he says.
Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche is just the latest to have his retirement pay package highlighted. Though modest by international standards, these payoffs reward mediocrity and must come to an end says DW's Timothy Rooks.
The retiring Daimler chairman is leaving a company that he joined in 1976. What did he do in all that time?
You are more likely to overeat junk food even after you're full, according to a new study
A love of "cute" creatures and a shortage of space for pets at home mean that pet cafes are doing a roaring trade.
Tiger sharks are considered dangerous but rarely kill humans. Songbirds are much more likely to fall prey to them.
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