The Bundestag has ensured that Brits in Germany can still apply for citizenship even after Brexit. But opposition politicians warn that customs officials are not ready for the impending bureaucratic nightmare.
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The head of Human Rights Watch appeals on DW for Germany and Angela Merkel to do more for rights abroad. Kenneth Roth noted that "the traditional powers" on the world stage, the US and UK, "were largely absent" of late.
A car bomb has exploded at Bogota's General Santander Police Academy, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens more. Authorities say they have identified the attacker.
The husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, was involved in a two-car crash in eastern England. The 97-year-old was reportedly behind the wheel at the time of the accident, which injured two others.
The man, who'd never fired a gun, traded in his car to obtain weapons and explosives to attack the White House and other sites in the capital. His main mistake? Trying to obtain the firepower from undercover FBI agents.
Alexandre Benalla, who was fired last July for beating a May Day protester, has been taken into custody in Paris.
Italian and German police have launched raids against members of the Sicilian Mafia, according to Italian officials. The suspects nabbed in Germany were allegedly linked with Turkish clans and the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta.
Unknown assailants in Ghana's capital, Accra, shot and killed the investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale. Through their work, he and his colleague Anas Aremeyaw Anas had exposed corruption in Ghanaian football.
As Gdansk mourns following the murder of Mayor Pawel Adamowicz, Polish officials remain reluctant to confront political divisions, DW's Monika Sieradzka reports from Warsaw. Right-wing groups had threatened Adamowicz.
An Arab NGO is pushing for more digital rights for Palestinians.
Greeted by church bells, gun salutes and a puppy, Russia's Vladimir Putin arrived in Belgrade. The lavish event is seen as an attempt by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to boost his image after weeks of protests.
Dutch journalist Ans Boersma was detained while trying to prolong her Turkish visa in Istanbul and deported the next morning. A Turkish official said the expulsion was not linked with her "journalist activities."
Regional elections are scheduled in Turkey for the end of March. A number of suspicious voters have appeared in the registry, including addresses of people who apparently live in empty buildings or on construction sites.
The campaign for Indonesia's presidency has officially kicked off with a debate between incumbent President Joko Widodo and populist challenger Prabowo Subianto. Observers say both candidates failed to impress.
Beijing has condemned US legislation that would stop businesses from selling American-made chips to Huawei and ZTE. US lawmakers described Huawei as an "intelligence-gathering arms of the Chinese Communist Party."
The US technology giant has shut down more than 360 pages and accounts, with some tied to an infamous troll farm. Under immense pressure, Facebook has started to target online influence operations and hate speech.
Cameroonian Yvan Sagnet is looking to tackle labor exploitation in agriculture with an ethical label.
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The British Parliament has rejected Theresa May's EU Withdrawal Agreement. Is there a way out?
Can populists work together to disrupt the EU? Mischael Modrikamen wants to unite them with his group, 'The Movement.'
Police conducted raids on several properties throughout Germany thought to be connected to an extremist group that associates itself with the Ku Klux Klan. A total of 17 people are at the center of the investigation.
Three recent Hollywood films, each depicting different political eras, directly and indirectly criticize Donald Trump.
New Delhi has recently issued an order that allows federal spy agencies to access any computer in the country.
For centuries national politics was for men only. Thursday marks 100 years since women in Germany were allowed to vote.
Speed limits or not, more traffic jams than ever kept drivers from putting the pedal to the metal on the autobahn, Germany's largest automobile club has said. Drivers contended daily with some 2,000 traffic jams in 2018.
Zverev has matched his career best in Melbourne, with a 7-6 (7-5), 6-4, 5-7, 6-7 (8-6), 6-1 win over Jeremy Chardy.
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