On Saturday, world leaders gathered in Biarritz, France for this year's tense G7 summit. The day included the "best meeting" between Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron. Here are the key developments going into day two.
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French president and G7 summit host Emmanuel Macron's threat to ditch a trade deal over the fires in Brazil met immediate resistance from fellow EU member states, including Germany and the UK.
Israel's military has said it thwarted an "imminent" Iranian attack involving killer drones. The announcement came unusually quickly on the heels of the airstrikes. President Benjamin Netanyahu had strong words for Iran.
South Korea's navy has launched a drill around a group of small islands claimed by both Tokyo and Seoul as the feud between the two countries escalates. Japan said the islands were "obviously" part of their territory.
It's not what you hope for on your day off: Four police officers in the western German city of Hamm suffered injuries after an individual with a past gripe rounded up a bunch of nearby friends.
Tens of thousands of people joined the "Unteilbar" demo against racism in Saxony, eastern Germany, where the far-right has enjoyed major gains. There was no violence, despite claims by the far-right AfD in advance.
Prince Andrew has issued another statement seeking to distance himself from Jeffrey Epstein. The two were close associates for nearly a decade as Epstein allegedly molested and manipulated young girls.
Astronaut Anne McClain has been accused of identity theft by her estranged wife. She allegedly accessed her partner's bank account from the International Space Station.
North Korea has launched two suspected short-range missiles off its east coast, the latest in a series of launches in recent weeks. It comes after Pyongyang sharply criticized US-South Korean annual military drills.
Chemnitz FC has threatened to consider legal action after its own fans chanted anti-Semitic slogans at a Munich away game. The club is in a running conflict with the far-right contingent among its supporters.
The second round of fixtures started with a thriller in Cologne, one that leaves Borussia Dortmund in a strong position. But Bayern Munich answered on Saturday in Gelsenkirchen.
Dortmund's hard-fought win in Cologne underlined their title ambitions - and the importance of one player.
Robert Lewandowski is leading Bayern Munich by example, on and off the pitch, writes DW's Matt Ford.
The world's current fastest man Christian Coleman has allegedly missed three drug tests in the past year. Failing to provide "whereabouts information" can result in a ban from anti-doping authorities.
Addressing established norms in African fashion, a Berlin exhibition features works demonstrating how sustainability can be found by revisiting traditional methods and crafts from the continent.
The global community will have to pay up to save this vital ecosystem, says DW's Vanessa Fischer
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As storm rolled in, fans were told to seek shelter. Deadly lightning strikes on golf courses have happened in the past.
Scientists make strides in pioneering project aiming to grow vegetables on the moon
A moment in music history: On August 23, a new era began in the Berlin Philharmonic Hall.
As air pollution increases in Kenya, electric taxis are an opportunity for cleaner transport, but also to make money.
Is protecting the environment a religious moral responsibility? Dr. Vinu Aram thinks it is.
Delegates from around the world are attending the inter-faith meeting Religions for Peace in Lindau.
In the past year, attacks on worshippers in New Zealand, Sri Lanka and the US left hundreds dead.
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