In a bid to break the Brexit deadlock, lawmakers in the UK Parliament have handed Theresa May another defeat. MPs are now set to vote on a range of Brexit options, including "no deal" and a second referendum.
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UK Prime Minister May says she is trying to build support for her Brexit deal, which has twice failed in Parliament.
A "no-deal" Brexit is looking increasingly likely, according to the EU, and the bloc has revealed its contingency plan.
In trendy Shoreditch, locals point out how Brexit could impact everything from art to health care to small businesses. Some worry for their own jobs, while others worry about whether they can stay in the country.
The Kremlin has rejected claims found in Robert Mueller's probe that it interfered in US elections. But that hasn't stopped some officials from urging the US to turn a new page in relations between Moscow and Washington.
The 100-member Franco-German assembly has met for its first biannual summit in Paris. The body is designed to implement the new so-called Aachen treaty and make proposals concerning Franco-German relations.
After meeting in Paris, the Chinese and French presidents have announced deals worth billions of euros. But officials have warned that EU member states may "find themselves dependent" on Chinese investment.
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.
Southern Israel is still on high alert despite reports that a ceasefire had taken effect. Clashes between Israel and Hamas began after seven Israelis were injured near Tel Aviv in an early morning rocket attack.
For weeks, Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip, has had to contend with a growing protest movement. So far, the demonstrators' concerns are predominantly social in nature — but political demands could follow.
German politicians have criticized a Transport Ministry advertising campaign that features scantily clad women and men wearing bike safety helmets. The posters feature the slogan: "Looks like sh*t. But saves my life."
With the threat of a measles outbreak hanging over Germany, the government is considering making the vaccination mandatory for children. While many parties back the move, the Green party remains skeptical.
Audits to expose ex-SS veterans and collaborators worldwide still being paid pensions by Germany have been demanded by the Central Council of Jews in Berlin. Two new German books detail post-war ex-Nazi lobbyism.
Russia has emerged as a key ally of acting President Nicolas Maduro. Two planes, reportedly carrying military supplies and troops, have landed in Caracas.
Despite optimism for a return to democratic governance in Thailand, the first election since a 2014 coup has forced many Thais to accept that the military will continue to rule. Julian Küng reports from Bangkok.
Could a nation of 450,000 pose a threat to global efforts to track money laundering and enforce economic sanctions? Probes by local magistrates, US prosecutors and EU politicians are all asking the same question.
Cacau, the DFB's integration officer, believes racism in German football is rare. A worrying view, says DW's Matt Ford.
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A report found that the Reimann family, owners of Krispy Kreme and Dr. Pepper, were avowed Nazis and used forced labor in their factories during World War II. "These crimes are disgusting," a family spokesman said.
Much of Russia's woodlands are under threat from mismanagement, illegal deforestation and corruption.
Activists are calling on Germany to use its influence to establish a ban on lethal autonomous weapons.
Transgender people in Japan have to undergo sterilization if they want to be legally recognized.
The heir to the British throne became the first member of the British royal family to visit the communist-run island.
The rebooted German national team achieved a statement result against the Netherlands, but also revealed weaknesses in both of their matches. What can head coach Joachim Löw take from the latest international break?
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