Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will meet his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. Their alliance is in good shape, so what's left to talk about for two men who've engineered themselves all-powerful presidencies?
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Speaking with DW in Davos, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called a new vote "the sensible thing in this situation." He said a "no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic for everyone."
A follow-up pact to the Elysee Treaty marks the latest gesture of friendship between France and Germany. The new bilateral pact pledges deeper cooperation between the two nations and paves the way for EU reforms.
Germany is suspending participation in Operation Sophia, the EU naval mission targeting human trafficking in the Mediterranean. The decision reportedly relates to Italy's reluctance to allow rescued people to disembark.
Former Chinese diplomat Yang Hengjun, an outspoken critic of China's Communist Party, is feared missing. The author, who is now an Australian citizen, has not been seen since he entered China five days ago.
President Bolsonaro said he would present a new, investment-ready Brazil to the Davos elite. He told the forum he'd try to walk a line between business interests and environmental protection.
There's no doubt the level of trust that people have in institutions and firms has a direct impact on how successful the latter are. A fresh survey reveals a lot about the sensitivities of people across the globe.
It was one of major corruption scandals of 1950s West Germany. Now, a never-completed luxury villa meant for Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has a new owner — who paid less than the cost of buying a one-room apartment.
US Ambassador Richard Grenell says months of pressure from the United States led Germany to ban Iran's Mahan Air. But German officials say they've cut off the carrier as part of their own security policy.
Lebanon, it seems, is close to political and economic paralysis. Rampant corruption, poor health care, and soaring unemployment have turned the country into a powder keg. Anchal Vohra reports from Beirut.
The company has insisted that the move is to assist its plans to produce electric cars, and not related to Brexit. Dyson has been criticized for not investing more in the UK.
A group of ex-diplomats and academics have signed an open letter to the Chinese president for the release of two Canadians detained on national security grounds. DW spoke to Bill Hayton, one of the letter's signatories.
Huawei just needs a better "brand storytelling" approach, a company source reportedly said. But will the telecoms giant's charm offensive work as the EU wakes up to Chinese industrial espionage?
The EU has fined Mastercard €570 million for limiting competition between banks offering cheaper payment fees. The European Commission said Mastercard's actions harmed consumers and retailers in the bloc.
The man is suspected of making €16,000 from selling the 90 tons of metal over a period of several months. Poverty among the elderly in Germany has been increasing at an alarming rate.
Germany and France are renewing their partnership after 56 years. But the new Treaty of Aachen is more than political folklore. DW's Christian F. Trippe believes it could trigger a new beginning for European politics.
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Hanover has put itself at the forefront of the gender equality movement by introducing language changes. Grammarians have previously decried such moves as politically-motivated adulterations of the German language.
The Pacific nation has plunged into internet darkness after an undersea cable broke, severing cellphone and internet services. Internet has been restricted to save bandwidth as Tonga relies on a makeshift solution.
"The German economy rises and falls with China." Bankers are generally not known for their hyperbole, but the words of Jörg Krämer of Commerzbank, speak to a truth that appears increasingly evident.
A small group of Venezuelan soldiers have apparently failed in their to overthrow the regime. Observers say the uprising demonstrates how unstable Venezuela's political situation has become.
Prominent African authors have written a book on the importance of democracy for their continent.
DW talked to former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo about upcoming elections in his country.
Globalization needs a serious update, according to the World Economic Forum — otherwise, we're all doomed.
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