At least three people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg. Parts of the city are still on lockdown and a major security operation is underway around the city's famed Christmas market.
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A judge in Vancouver has granted bail to top Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, despite concerns she poses a flight risk. Chinese-Canadian relations have taken a downward turn after Canada arrested the senior executive.
The victims were mostly elderly people, who had remained at the church to pray after Mass had concluded. The 49-year-old male attacker, who was not a member of the church, killed himself at the scene.
British Prime Minister Theresa May met with four EU leaders, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, to seek "reassurances" on a draft Brexit deal. They were open to clarifications, but not to renegotiations.
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An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said: "Iran needs no permission from foreign countries" to test missiles. The US, Britain and France claim the tests flout restrictions on Tehran's military program.
The agreement could be a major breakthrough in the four-year-old conflict that has brought Yemen to the brink of famine. Both sides have warned, however, that UN peace talks in Sweden are unlikely to result in a truce.
US scientists have warned that higher temperatures in the Arctic could be fueling extreme weather in the US and Europe. The NOAA report said 2018 was the second-warmest year on record in the Arctic since 1900.
The arrest of a 41-year-old suspect brings police one step closer to solving one of Germany's most mysterious murders. Traces of physical evidence were found at the suspect's home.
A regional branch of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party accuses a state interior minister and intelligence chief of abusing their power. It has taken its complaint to the Federal Constitutional Court.
A 24-year-old has been given a multi-year prison term for goading his dogs to attack a Syrian family in Magdeburg. The man also allegedly attacked other people, including those with foreign backgrounds, in recent months.
The jury recommended James Alex Fields Jr. spend life behind bars for driving his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally. One woman was killed and 19 others were injured in the attack last year.
The government of Mozambique has discovered thousands of fictitious workers on the government payroll, costing the state at least $250 million. The news is the latest in a series of financial scandals in the country.
Europe's top court has started looking into a complaint by Austria, which has been up in arms about a German plan to introduce a road toll for passenger cars. Lots of nations collect such tolls, but there's a difference.
The Kremlin is celebrating the writer who revealed Soviet brutality, while also persecuting those who dissent.
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While conspiracy theories are spreading in many democratic societies, in Hungary's case they are government policy.
Ghana's parliament has approved a drone program for the delivery of blood, drugs and medical supplies.
The French actress, previously awarded at the film festival, has a "strong connection" to the event, said its director.
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Thailand has announced a general election in February, more than four years after a military junta seized power.
Minky Worden of Human Rights Watch told DW that the extradition of Hakeem Al-Araibi to Bahrain would be unacceptable.
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