US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced that lawmakers will move forward to draft articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. The president's actions seriously violated the Constitution, she said.
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Millions of transport workers, teachers, police and other professionals took part in France's biggest strike in years. Rioters and police faced off in protests that will test President Macron's political strength.
Human rights advocates say Germany can do more to support Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement and condemn the Uighur camps in Xinjiang, but business interests stand in the way.
The German Foreign Ministry says risks are still too great to send migrants back to Syria. But Germany's state interior ministers have said they have agreed to return felons convicted of serious crimes.
Tehran said in a letter to the UN that it was "determined to resolutely continue" enriching uranium. This came following an EU letter rebuking the government and a Russian firm suspending cooperation.
Two years after the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta's political class have found themselves entangled in the murder investigation. DW sits down with her family and EU lawmakers in search of justice.
The girl was on her way to the court when a group of men, including two of her accused rapists, dragged her to a nearby field and set her on fire. Another rape case in India last week caused huge uproar in the country.
The Sea-Watch organization accused the Netherlands of purposely trying to prevent the rescue of drowning refugees. The group expressed the hope that Germany would be a better supporter of its mission.
Agents likely used the region of the Haute-Savoie as a springboard for "clandestine operations," French media report. President Emmanuel Macron could use this information as leverage, an international observer told DW.
A comparison of the world's most developed countries has found that rising employment is masking an increased risk of living below the poverty line. In Germany, the contrast is particularly stark between generations.
AS Roma and AC Milan will snub Italian sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport until the end of the calendar year. The paper's front page, a day before a major league fixture, focused on two key new signings, both black.
A majority of Germans support the continuation of Angela Merkel's coalition government, according to a new survey. New leaders of junior coalition partner the SPD have expressed skepticism about the arrangement's future.
A British woman suffered a cardiac arrest during a snowstorm and was revived six hours later — the longest case ever seen in Spain. Doctors said the hypothermia that nearly killed her also saved her life.
Petithory Lanzmann wanted to transport her dead son's frozen sperm to Israel to arrange surrogacy or assisted reproduction. But the right to have children is non-transferable, says European Court of Human Rights.
A farmers' organization is calling for a change in the laws on hunting wolves after a rise in the number of farm animals killed by predators. Farmers currently face prison for killing the protected animals.
US President Donald Trump insists manufacturing is key to economic growth, even as his protectionist policies hit the sector hard and put jobs at risk.
By creating a climate of fear, the government is forcing reporters to self-censor, DW's Ingo Mannteufel writes.
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New satellite technology can offer solutions for combating the climate crisis. DW visited the Space Tech Expo in Bremen.
Iranian journalists living abroad say officials back home are harassing family members to silence critical reporting.
The Swedish fashion retailer's move comes at a time the industry is drawing flak for greenhouse gas emissions.
Determined to save their harvests in a warming world, farmers in Spain are taking their fruit to the laboratory.
Genocide denier or poet of the Balkans? Here's an overview of the debate surrounding the controversial Nobel laureate.
A German nonprofit is tutoring children in underserved communities through an innovative live-in mentoring program. The Duisburg-based organization is the winner of this year's prize for civic engagement in Germany.
Industry pressures and media take a heavy toll on South Korea's so-called idols, as a series of recent deaths reveals.
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