Thousands of people marched in Madrid to demand immediate action to protect the planet. World leaders are meeting nearby, but experts called their plans insufficient to fend off climate change's catastrophic effects.
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The young woman set alight by a gang of men, including two of her alleged rapists, has died in a New Delhi hospital. A series of rape cases in recent weeks have once again put sexual crimes in India in the spotlight.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn went head-to-head for last time before next Thursday's general election. The pair clashed over Brexit, the NHS and national security.
At least four people, including the gunman, have been killed. The assailant was a Saudi national who was in the US for training and attacked a classroom at the facility.
Germany has expelled two Russian diplomats over Russia's suspected involvement in the murder of a Georgian citizen in Berlin. A new investigation reveals the suspected assasin was likely a member of the FSB.
After 14 years in office, the chancellor has visited Nazi Germany's most notorious concentration camp. While there, she underscored her country's enduring responsibilities.
Although an immediate end to the partnership with Merkel's CDU is off the table, the SPD's newly installed leaders remain "skeptical about the future of this grand coalition."
Protesters in Baghdad have been targeted by unknown assailants, leaving 15 dead. Meanwhile, the US has imposed sanctions on three Iranian-linked Iraqi militia leaders for allegedly assisting efforts to thwart the unrest.
A Los Angeles jury has cleared the tech entrepreneur of any liabilities. The plaintiff's lawyer described Musk as a "billionaire bully" who had upended the life of a man of modest means in the highly-publicized row.
Independence movements are gaining momentum in the Pacific. These areas are bound by a common history of colonialism, minority repression and a geopolitical tug-of-war.
The ex-leader of Austria's far-right party had pressed charges against Süddeutsche Zeitung journalists, saying they violated his privacy. The "Ibiza affair" video eventually brought down the Austrian government.
The US Supreme Court sided with lower courts to keep executions of federal inmates temporarily on hold. The decision spoiled the Trump administration's plan to execute five federal inmates in the coming weeks.
Since 2016, Germany has deported a number of people suspected of being willing or capable of carrying out terrorist attacks. The government figures were released in response to a parliamentary inquiry.
US agents had claimed that Carlos Hernandez Vasquez was found unresponsive after a welfare check. However, footage obtained by US media shows that he lay unresponsive for hours without Border Patrol officials noticing.
The Swedish telecoms giant has agreed to settle a bribery allegation case spanning Asia and the Middle East. US authorities accused Ericsson of bribing government officials "through slush funds, gifts, and graft."
A rescue operation is underway in the Kenyan capital after a residential building collapsed. Three people were confirmed dead and many more are feared to be trapped under the rubble.
After protracted discussions, the oil-producing nations have agreed to cut 500,000 barrels a day. However, it is uncertain whether this will significantly raise prices, as non-member countries continue to pump oil.
After a petition submitted by an ordinary German citizen made its way to the Bundestag, the German government will have to explain why it doesn't have diplomatic relations with democratic Taiwan.
The European Commission has said use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos will be banned in the near future. The chemical treatment, used mainly for citrus fruits, has been linked with neurological problems.
Tanzania plans to stop individuals and NGOs from filing cases at Africa's human rights court. The move could restrict chances of getting justice for human rights abuses – and cut the court's effectiveness, experts say.
With anti-Semitism on the rise in Germany, Merkel's visit to Auschwitz was a sad necessity, writes DW's Ines Pohl.
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A man working for the Serbian arms company Krusik unleashed a scandal by leaking files he claims implicate the father of Serbia's interior minister in a corruption affair. The employee was arrested and called a "spy."
Firefighters have warned that an out-of-control bushfire near Sydney is "too big to put out."
DW looks at how four of Africa's booming cities are adapting to the environmental problems they face from heat to waste.
The German director spoke to DW about useless film schools, his personal limits and why lifetime awards feel strange.
One of the world's most renowned pianists is also an impassioned critic of rightist extremism on Twitter.
How come there are still so many industrial ruins in what used to be East Germany?
People in the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta are using a smartphone app for garbage collection and disposal.
2-2 in Frankfurt is a solid start for Jürgen Klinsmann at Hertha Berlin, but he has a grim string of fixtures in store.
League leaders Borussia Mönchengladbach host reigning champions Bayern Munich on Saturday, looking to extend their lead
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