Organizers claimed a million people from all over the UK came to London for a rally calling for a second referendum on Brexit. It took place as the third parliamentary vote on Brexit appears uncertain next week.
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In three days the petition has gained more than 4.5 million signatures. That's well over the 100,000 needed to trigger a parliamentary debate.
US President Donald Trump's support for Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights serves no obvious strategic goals. And experts say the move could incite more land grabs — even Israel's annexation of the West Bank.
Debt-burdened Rome is eager to boost trade, but Washington and Brussels are uneasy about Beijing's global ambitions.
The "distortive" effects of China's economic policies top the agenda on the final day of the EU summit.
US-backed Kurdish forces say they have liberated the last enclave held by "Islamic State" militants in eastern Syria. But Germany's foreign minister warned the world not to celebrate too soon.
Rescue helicopters have begun evacuating people from a cruise ship which lost engine power off the west coast of Norway. Many passengers will have to wait for hours because of an arduous one-by-one airlift.
Critics of EU internet copyright reforms are protesting across Europe ahead of a crucial vote in the European Parliament. Critics say upload filters will lead to censorship. Advocates say creators must be fairly paid.
Germany's Social Democrats have adopted policies they want to campaign on in EU parliamentary elections in May. But polling suggests voters won't be very kind to Germany's biggest center-left party.
'Yellow vest' protesters have again marched through Paris and other French cities to voice their anger at President Emmanuel Macron. Although calmer than previous weeks, tensions did flare close to two railway stations.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has submitted his report on the Donald Trump campaign and potential Russian involvement in the 2016 election, according to US officials. The report has not yet been made public.
The Christchurch mosques where a gunman killed 50 people a week ago have reopened their doors under heightened security. Among those visiting were victims' relatives and a Jordanian prince.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is preparing for its annual conference. The meeting could prove more contentious than usual, as the powerful lobby group faces questions as to the extent of its reach.
Ukrainians vote for a new president March 31. Some fear that false reports could influence the outcome of the election.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky could very well be Ukraine's next leader. What's the secret to his increasing success?
Reporters Without Borders and Mexican nonprofit Propuesta Civica have asked the court to prosecute two former Mexican presidents for criminal negligence in "crimes against humanity" — the deaths of over 100 journalists.
In today's European Union, bickering local elites rely on the support of global powers. Europe has been torn apart by competing factions, warns Ivaylo Ditchev, a cultural anthropologist from Bulgaria.
With heavily-populated areas of Mozambique now covered by a massive lake, survivors of Cyclone Idai face disease and hunger. Aid agencies say time is running out for the victims.
The archbishop of Santiago has been accused of covering up sexual abuse cases, including that of former top aide Oscar Munoz. The decision comes as the Catholic Church fights for its reputation.
US President Donald Trump halted sizable sanctions against North Korea because he "likes Chairman Kim" and considers the measures unnecessary, the White House said. But it was unclear which sanctions Trump had in mind.
US President Trump intends to defy the international community by accepting the Israeli claim to the Golan Heights.
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Germany's migration office has been under fire for the quality of language and integration courses.
Despite a recent record breaking crowd, women's football is facing a crisis, as matchday attendances drop across Europe.
The shy, waddling addition to Gdansk Zoo is only three months old. It's also the only bird of its kind in captivity.
A call from two rival Berlin YouTubers saw 400 of their fans meet at the notorious Alexanderplatz square on Thursday. As the situation escalated a mass brawl broke out.
The end is in sight for coal energy in Germany. And yet, entire villages are still being razed to make room for expanding coal mines, with residents protesting in vain. Does resettlement still make sense?
The conflict over Western Sahara has smoldered for more than 40 years. Morocco's offer of autonomy for the region is now on the negotiating table, but that's not enough for many of the Saharawis exiled in Algeria.
"There are better places to learn how to walk on a balance beam," the Auschwitz Museum wrote on Twitter.
The US is set to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan. DW explains why the contested territory matters.
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