More than a dozen US states filed a joint lawsuit arguing that President Donald Trump's national emergency is unconstitutional. The suit stresses that it is Congress who has the authority on funding matters.
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US President Donald Trump called on the Venezuelan armed forces to back interim President Juan Guaido. Trump said he sought a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela, but that "all options" remained open.
Germany is prepared to compromise its arms export guidelines to facilitate joint defense projects with France, according to an internal government document. France wants to continue selling weapons to Saudi Arabia.
Germany has reportedly already issued arrest warrants for "Islamic State" fighters being held abroad. Kurdish forces are losing patience with European nations.
Horrific sanitary conditions, lack of food, and police beatings: just some of the conditions migrants in Greek camps are subjected to, according to a new report. The situation for children is particularly precarious.
Japanese car giant Honda is expected to announce the closure of its only car plant in Britain. Several carmakers have announced plans to trim UK operations, with concerns that a no-deal Brexit could disrupt supply lines.
Representatives of US car makers warned a US tariff hike would backfire.
US President Trump doesn't want to see any more BMWs or Mercedes on Fifth Avenue in New York, apparently.
The founder of Huawei has dismissed claims his company spies for the Chinese government and said that the world cannot do without his company's "more advanced" technology.
Producers of the film 'Berlin, I Love You' have cited Chinese influence as the reason they cut Ai Weiwei's segment. The artist told DW that the Berlin International Film Festival suggested his section be removed.
Tensions in Kashmir have heightened with several Indian troops and militants killed in clashes. Indian Prime Minister Modi rejected talks with Pakistan, saying "the time for talks is over."
Measles infection cases have soared in the Philippines, killing scores of children since the beginning of the year, officials said. The public is still reeling from a 2017 vaccine scare related to dengue fever shots.
Three reports by the Financial Times have accused Wirecard's Singapore office of forgery, falsification of accounts and money laundering. A probe has now been opened into the journalist who made the accusations.
Nigerians have expressed their frustration, but many are still optimistic their voices will be heard.
Famous folk singer Saban Saulic lost his life when a hatchback he was riding in collided with a larger car in northwest Germany. The driver of the other vehicle was driving intoxicated and without a license, police said.
A German woman who was perplexed as to why a nearby house still had a fully-lit Christmas tree on view in February decided to call the police. Officers who responded found a dead body there, prompting a murder inquiry.
Donald Trump is pressuring Europe to take back its citizens who were captured in Syria while fighting for Islamic State.
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Borussia Dortmund slipped up once again in the Bundesliga as they could only draw 0-0 with bottom-placed Nuremberg.
In an interview with DW, Singapore's defense minister dismissed concerns over a major confrontation emerging in the SCS.
Many African countries are on the brink of bankruptcy. Who is to blame?
Durban is becoming popular for tourists again, but do locals benefit? Sertan Sanderson reports from Durban.
Francois Ozon's award-winning film, "By the Grace of God," puts an ongoing sexual abuse trial in the spotlight.
At the turn of the millennium, the German government passed laws aimed at boosting welfare protection for sex workers in Germany. But a new report shows the legislation is having far from the desired effect.
In 2018, one in four trains run by Germany's state-owned rail operator was late. And it is costing the company dearly.
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