Despite a moderate pickup in growth, the International Monetary Fund has said uncertainty in US-China trade tensions, along with sluggish growth in India, will put a drag on the global economy in 2020.
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Hundreds of Central Americans have waded across a river into southern Mexico, amid tear gas shot by National Guard troops. Around 200 made it across the river but were detained by authorities.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said Washington plans to do more to support Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido. Guaido, who was defying a travel plan to speak in Colombia, plans to travel on to Europe.
Paris and Washington have agreed to extend negotiations on disputes over a French digital tax to the end of 2020, postponing Trump's threat of sanctions. The two presidents have agreed to avoid a trade war.
Following a meeting of EU foreign ministers, the EU's foreign policy chief has said EU countries have agreed to restart the bloc's Mediterranean naval mission with a focus on enforcing an arms embargo on Libya.
Norway's populist party resigned from the government over a decision to repatriate a woman suspected of being affiliated with Islamic State. The woman was allowed to return so her child could get medical treatment.
A leaked military intelligence report from the United States over the weekend had suggested that a man from Jordan could target US forces in Germany. But officials say the threat was quickly dismissed as nonexistent.
Two German skiers have died in skiing accidents in the Alpine region of Tyrol. The area, well known for its winter sports, is a popular spot for German tourists at this time of year.
If implemented, the agreement would allow for the first direct air travel between the two countries since 1998. The plan is contingent on Kosovo lifting a 100% tax on Serbian goods.
An independent panel has concluded war crimes were committed by Myanmar forces during security operations, but it stopped short of talking of genocide against Rohingya.
A German court has convicted a man after he impersonated a doctor online and convinced women to give themselves life-threatening electric shocks. Prosecutors said he derived sexual pleasure from seeing the women in pain.
The UK has amped up its pitch for post-Brexit trade with Africa at the UK-Africa Investment Summit. DW examines whether it will have the same economic presence on the continent as China or Russia.
Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer, is heading to a Vancouver court to fight extradition to the US.
Five former police officials have been charged for killing 24 people at a rally organized by Hasina's party three decades ago. Hasina, who survived the attack, had led a protest against long-time dictator HM Ershad.
Police and citizens braced for violence as pro-gun activists streamed in from across the US to join the demonstration. Many were protesting a proposed set of reforms to limit firearm ownership in the state.
Unpaid care work done by women and girls around the world amounts to $11 trillion, Oxfam has calculated.
Gender discrimination and ethnic origin are some of the reasons behind the exclusion, says the UN body for children.
Chinese public health officials have announced a sharp rise in diagnoses of an emergent strain of coronavirus. They have also confirmed two cases of human-to-human transmission of the virus.
Proceedings have begun against a former German scout leader who is accused of nearly 700 instances of sexual abuse against minors. The man had previously been cleared of sexual abuse charges due to lack of evidence.
The multilateral attempt to solve the conflict in Libya has been worth it, says DW's Jens Thurau.
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Facing a shortage of recruits, authorities have reportedly had to "adapt" their standards to access more applicants.
Angolans are calling for an international investigation into the dealings of Isabel dos Santos.
St. Pauli have asked police why they appear alongside jihadi and far right groups on a UK counterterrorism guide.
Several directors will boycott the Fajr film festival to protest the government's role in downing a Ukrainian plane.
DW looks at who can buy guns, who can sell them and how laws vary from state to state.
Social media users have complained about the use of a live hog to mark the opening of a bungee jump near Chongqing.
At the end of January 2020, T. Rex Tristan Otto will move to the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen.
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