President Donald Trump is upping pressure on US allies in Europe to "take back" IS fighters captured in Syria. So far, European nations have been wary of calls to repatriate citizens who fought for IS.
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With a likely US withdrawal from Afghanistan and Washington's peace talks with the Taliban, one expected the protracted conflict to dominate the summit. But that was not the case. Shamil Shams reports from Munich.
Self-declared interim President Juan Guaido has vowed to bring aid into the country and set up a volunteer network for citizens to participate. Nicolas Maduro denounced the aid as a planned US invasion in disguise.
The protesters have decried the trial of 12 Catalan separatists, saying "self-determination is not a crime." Prosecutors have accused the separatists of "rising up in a violent and public manner," allegations they deny.
Nadav Lapid's quasi-autobiographical quest for identity on the silver screen takes the Golden Bear at the Berlinale 2019. Meanwhile, "So Long, My Son" by Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai won two Silver Bear awards.
British airline Flybmi is shutting down due to rising fuel prices, carbon costs and uncertainty around Brexit. It is the latest company to be impacted as Britain prepares to exit the EU on March 29.
As Donald Trump leads the US's withdrawal from multilateralism, the Munich Security Conference is dominated by concerns the world is fragmenting. But, to some, insisting on this world order threatens Cold War conditions.
We are in the midst of a new nuclear arms race — that much is clear from this year's Munich Security Conference. There is also growing doubt over whether the US can guarantee Europe's security. Who will fill the gap?
Ukraine needs a leader who would drive the country's "transformation," Ukraine's presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko told DW in Munich. The former PM also slammed the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as unnecessary.
CEO Jo Käser tells DW the German conglomerate hopes to raise its investments in Russia despite EU-US sanctions. He said it was "regrettable" that several Siemens power turbines ended up in Russian-annexed Crimea.
Torch-wielding, right-wing nationalists gathered in Sofia for the so-called Lukov March in remembrance of Bulgarian general and Nazi sympathizer Hristo Lukov. Many of the demonstrators came from outside Bulgaria.
The Socialist-led government has given the dictator's family 15 days to transfer his remains. But a pretender to the French throne has vowed to stop the move, saying it represents an attack on "over half of Spain."
The 12-team professional league in Africa will start playing in January 2020. The NBA said the new league will help develop basketball in Africa and create economic opportunities.
Hours before polling stations were set to open, Nigeria’s electoral body announced the postponement of the elections for logistical reasons - a deja-vu moment, writes DW’s Thomas Mösch.
The Vatican has defrocked the ex-archbishop of Washington, Theodore McCarrick, over numerous charges of sex abuse. Pope Francis has called the expulsion "definitive" after an appeal by the ex-cardinal.
Allowing non-EU nationals to buy citizenship in member states undermines the European Union, Ivaylo Ditchev writes.
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Chinese Artist & Activist, Ai Weiwei, tells DW News that the withdrawal of Zhang Yimou's 'One Second' from the Berlinale has its roots in a cover-up of misdeeds in the Cultural Revolution. He believes that official claims of 'technical problems' were not the reason
Organizers of the event in southern Germany have said they gathered more than 2,000 Smurfs. Participants had to cover every part of their body in either blue paint or in a costume.
Bruno Ganz, who starred in numerous films, including as Adolf Hitler in "Downfall," has died in Zurich. He was renowned as one of the greatest actors in the German-speaking world.
Davie Selke's goalscoring form continued for Hertha Berlin but coach Pal Dardai singled out the striker after Werder Bremen salvaged a late point. Selke and Hertha are making progress, but both still have much to learn.
RB Leipzig, Hoffenheim and Wolfsburg all won comfortably, Claudio Pizarro defied his age again to save Werder Bremen and 10-man Schalke were held at home. Bayern Munich started the weekend with a comeback win.
For vinyl lovers the act of placing the needle on a record and anticipating the crackle before the first bars ring out is a sensory and sensual thrill. A no-deal Brexit could nip that in the (ear)bud. Rob Mudge reports.
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