Saudi women who have fled to Germany to request asylum continue to live under threat from their families. DW spoke with four such women and human rights experts who suspect the Saudi Embassy's involvement.
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For her reporting on Mexican drug cartels and corruption, Anabel Hernández will receive the DW Freedom of Speech Award.
As the world's third-deadliest country for journalists, Mexico has a worrying record when it comes to press freedom.
India's premier usually sends a junior official to welcome foreign dignitaries. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi has broken with protocol to personally greet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on his arrival in New Delhi.
Senior White House officials backed a project to share nuclear power technology with Saudi Arabia, a congressional report has found. The plan is still under consideration by the Trump administration.
Chanel's leading designer for 30 years, Karl Lagerfeld was a brand in his own right with an unmistakable look and outrageous comments. The German-born designer has died at the age of 85.
Some 40 foreign fighters who fought for "Islamic State" and are in detention in Syria reportedly have German passports.
The case of Shamima Begum has spurred debate about how Britain will deal with former IS fighters, brides and children.
The military is preparing to enforce border closures to prevent aid from entering Venezuela. Soldiers have remained loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, despite efforts from Juan Guaido to bring the army to his side.
Bayern Munich is a club used to dominating. But Matt Pearson saw them show they can also cope with adversity.
A court in Munich has refused a hunter's legal claim to get his gun license back and be allowed to carry weapons. A loaded gun left inside his car two years ago was the start of his problems.
President Emmanuel Macron has visited a Jewish cemetery in Alsace, after 80 graves were vandalized overnight. Politicians from across the spectrum joined marches across France to condemn recent anti-Semitic incidents.
One of Europe's most controversial leaders is in hot water again over a controversial campaign poster. Viktor Orban's party has accused the head of the European Commission of trying to undermine Hungary's borders.
Germany must prevent religious radicalization in its prisons. An expert on Islam issued the warning to DW in the wake of a US appeal that Europe take back its citizens imprisoned in Syria who joined Islamic State.
A regional appeals court has dismissed a compensation claim by a VW owner represented by legal services group MyRight.
From diesel fraudster to pioneer of sustainable mobility: that's how auto giant Volkswagen wants to transform itself.
Swiss rescue teams worked on after dark for fear skiers could still be trapped under the snow. Four injured survivors were rescued from the ski run high above the resort of Crans Montana.
The German and French economy ministers have set out a 14-point manifesto for a European industrial policy fit for the 21st century. After it blocked the Alstom-Siemens tie-up, the EU faced stern criticism.
The leaders of three Central European countries were supposed to have met Israel's prime minister in a joint meeting. That summit collapsed after Poland withdrew in response to a "racist" remark by an Israeli official.
As the world focuses on China's coast, the one-party state is flexing its totalitarian muscle in the northwest.
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Restrictive rules have hindered the ability for ride-hailing companies to offer their services in Germany for years.
DW spoke with Catholic nun Sister Anupama about how the church has stonewalled their attempts at getting justice.
Speaking to DW, Singapore's defense minister dismissed concerns over a major confrontation emerging in the region.
The bloc already has limits in place for cars, but the new pact is a first for heavy utility vehicles.
The Financial Times has accused Wirecard's Singapore office of forgery, falsification of accounts and money laundering.
A grandfather had made a will requiring two grandchildren to visit him regularly in order to receive their inheritance.
South Africa's third-largest city is becoming popular with tourists, but do locals benefit? Sertan Sanderson reports.
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