The Bundestag has ensured that Brits in Germany can still apply for citizenship even after Brexit. But opposition politicians warn that customs officials are not ready for the impending bureaucratic nightmare.
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The British Prime Minister is still in office after surviving a no-confidence vote in her government. But Germany and the rest of Europe are deeply worried about the increased likelihood of a no-deal Brexit.
A car bomb has exploded at Bogota's General Santander Police Academy, killing at least eight people and injuring several more. The blast destroyed windows in a number of nearby buildings.
Unknown assailants in Ghana's capital, Accra, shot and killed the investigative journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale. Through their work, he and his colleague Anas Aremeyaw Anas had exposed corruption in Ghanaian football.
Greeted by church bells, gun salutes and a puppy, Russia's Vladimir Putin arrived in Belgrade. The lavish event is seen as an attempt by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to boost his image after weeks of protests.
Alexandre Benalla, who was fired last July for beating a May Day protester, has been taken into custody in Paris.
Italian and German police have launched raids against members of the Sicilian Mafia, according to Italian officials. The suspects nabbed in Germany were allegedly linked with Turkish clans and the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta.
As Gdansk mourns following the murder of Mayor Pawel Adamowicz, Polish officials remain reluctant to confront political divisions, DW's Monika Sieradzka reports from Warsaw. Right-wing groups had threatened Adamowicz.
An Arab NGO is pushing for more digital rights for Palestinians.
The Indian government has recently passed an order that allows intelligence agencies to access data stored on computers anywhere in the country. A petition filed in the Supreme Court is opposing the move.
Dutch journalist Ans Boersma was detained while trying to prolong her Turkish visa in Istanbul and deported the next morning. A Turkish official said the expulsion was not linked with her "journalist activities."
The Economy Ministry has reported a 23 percent downfall in arms exports approvals in 2018, one of the biggest in years. A moratorium on all arms exports to Saudi Arabia was a major factor in the significant decline.
The German development minister has warned African businesses against taking out loans from China. At the same time, the German Finance Ministry is hoping Beijing will be using more financial services from overseas.
Beijing has condemned US legislation that would stop businesses from selling American-made chips to Huawei and ZTE. US lawmakers described Huawei as an "intelligence-gathering arms of the Chinese Communist Party."
The US technology giant has shut down more than 360 pages and accounts, with some tied to an infamous troll farm. Under immense pressure, Facebook has started to target online influence operations and hate speech.
The Russian parliament has agreed not to send representatives back to the Council of Europe and not to resume funding of the organization. Human rights advocates fear Moscow may leave the organization completely.
Humans need to eat more beans and lentils and less red meat to protect the planet and our own health, researchers said. Meat intake for adults would be limited to 14 grams per day, that's about half a slice of bacon.
Cameroonian Yvan Sagnet is looking to tackle labor exploitation in agriculture with an ethical label.
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Police conducted raids on several properties throughout Germany thought to be connected to an extremist group that associates itself with the Ku Klux Klan. A total of 17 people are at the center of the investigation.
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In its World Report, Human Rights Watch offers several examples of groups working globally to stand up to oppression.
For centuries national politics was for men only. Thursday marks 100 years since women in Germany were allowed to vote.
Speed limits or not, more traffic jams than ever kept drivers from putting the pedal to the metal on the autobahn, Germany's largest automobile club has said. Drivers contended daily with some 2,000 traffic jams in 2018.
Zverev has matched his career best in Melbourne, with a 7-6 (7-5), 6-4, 5-7, 6-7 (8-6), 6-1 win over Jeremy Chardy.
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