Theresa May's Conservative rebels are challenging her leadership over her draft Brexit deal, but not in Parliament. The embattled British prime minister is expected to win the vote on Wednesday evening.
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The German chancellor says that her country continues to seek an "orderly" Brexit but is preparing for harsher eventualities. The topic dominated Merkel's second-ever paralimentary Q&A session.
Conservative party lawmakers will hold a vote of no confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday. DW explains what happens next.
German court documents show details about the life and criminality of the suspected Strasbourg gunman. French investigators say the suspect was radicalized in prison and was on a watch list.
At least three people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg. Parts of the city are still on lockdown and a major security operation is underway around the city's famed Christmas market.
A 60-point plan is supposed to help France fight radicalization. But critics say the government's strategy fails to tackle the root of the problem. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
The journalist who led a probe into Europe's "cum-ex" tax scam has himself become the target of Hamburg prosecutors. At Swiss behest, Oliver Schröm is being accused of instigating betrayal of business secrets.
A mistake during maintenance work caused last year's Bundeswehr helicopter crash in Mali while on a UN mission, claims Germany's armed forces. The Airbus UH Tiger plunged uncontrollably, killing its two pilots.
The world's largest free trade agreement — one between the EU and Japan — is expected to go into force in February. Nearly all duties will be removed.
The civil war that brought down Libyan dictator Gadhafi allowed the country's women to become part of public life.
Luhansk rebels handed over 40 prisoners to Ukrainian authorities in what the separatist officials described as a "goodwill gesture." All of the prisoners were already in jail when the conflict started in 2014.
A judge in Vancouver has granted bail to top Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, despite concerns she poses a flight risk. Chinese-Canadian relations have taken a downward turn after Canada arrested the senior executive.
Russian President Vladimir Putin had an identity card issued by East Germany's notorious Stasi secret police, it has been discovered. But this does not necessarily mean he worked for them.
Scotland overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU in 2016. As the Scottish Trade Minister Ivan McKee explained in an interview with DW, the country is eager to promote itself in the face of ongoing UK political chaos.
The ICC had issued the arrest warrant of Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona for war crimes. He is the suspected leader of a militia accused of carrying out attacks on the Central African Republic's Muslim population.
US scientists have warned that higher temperatures in the Arctic could be fueling extreme weather in the US and Europe. The NOAA report said 2018 was the second-warmest year on record in the Arctic since 1900.
Recruiters looking for people to play Santa Claus this Christmas have said there is a lack of people ready to take on the job. The task is more demanding than it would seem at first sight, a Santa agency head told DW.
The Kremlin is celebrating the writer who revealed Soviet brutality, while also persecuting those who dissent.
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While conspiracy theories are spreading in many democratic societies, in Hungary's case they are government policy.
Few Haitians have access to electricity. One nonprofit wants to change that by training women as electricians.
The South Asian country's women are underrepresented in parliament and are politically marginalized.
Ghana's parliament has approved a drone program for the delivery of blood, drugs and medical supplies.
The French actress, previously awarded at the film festival, has a "strong connection" to the event, said its director.
Big dams and reservoirs in Pakistan are slowly depleting its lush mangroves. S. Khan reports from Karachi.
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