British billionaire Richard Branson is sponsoring a Live Aid-style concert on one side of the border while President Nicolas Maduro has a "Hands off Venezuela" festival on the other side. The question of aid is disputed.
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More and more rejected asylum-seekers are being sent back to Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria, according to a new report. The German government wants to designate the countries as "safe" in order to accelerate the process.
Botswana is mulling lifting a ban on big game hunting following recommendations from a government committee. The committee said lifting the ban on hunting animals, such as elephants, would "promote conservationism."
Germany deported a key suspect in the 2016 Berlin Christmas market attack before he was questioned, according to leaked documents. But authorities denied reports that Bilel Ben Ammar worked for Moroccan intelligence.
The plan gives British-licensed airlines nine months to obtain EU safety certificates if there is a no-deal Brexit. EU negotiators are developing contingency plans in case Britain leaves on WTO terms next month.
A Mexican government spokesman has told DW that he feels a fine handed to German weapons-maker Heckler & Koch for illegal arms sales should be used to compensate victims' families.
The Federal Court of Justice has classed manipulative software in diesel cars as a "defect." The decision is a major boost for consumers seeking damages over the VW dieselgate scandal.
EU ministers are meeting in Bucharest to hand the European commission a negotiating mandate to rebuff threatened US tariff hikes on cars imported from Europe. Berlin says the issue has reached a "critical" phase.
A record budget surplus totaling €58 billion was made by Germany's federal, regional and communal governments last year. But the economy has been slowing down, and there's widespread concern that's not about to change.
Germany's Foreign Office called in an envoy for the Philippines this week after comments defending President Rodrigo Duterte's description of himself as a cousin of Hitler. It also criticized the country's war on drugs.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman continued a charm offensive in a two-day visit to China, signing off on a $10 billion oil deal, and pledged assistance in the "de-radicalisation of extremist thinking."
Two Saudi sisters say they are hiding in Hong Kong after being intercepted at Hong Kong airport by kingdom officials while fleeing their home. It is the latest case of women fleeing repression in Saudi Arabia.
A new UN report on the state of world biodiversity for food and agriculture highlights women's role in food security.
The drug commissioner in the German Bundestag has called for drivers to completely avoid alcohol or other drugs before taking the wheel. Her remarks come as drug-related car accidents surge in Germany.
Almost a terabyte of evidence in a child pornography case went missing while in police custody in the town of Detmold. Local officers are under investigation, with one official describing the situation as a "disaster."
The White House has said it will keep some troops in Syria as a peacekeeping force after most US forces pull out from the country. The move could be an attempt to get European allies to send soldiers to Syria as well.
Farmers warn that the verdict could set a dangerous precedent that could threaten Austria's vital tourism industry. Many of the country's hiking trails cross paths with cow pastures.
At the same time Russia is trying to attract foreign investment, the country's security services have arrested US businessman Michael Calvey. Is the Kremlin shooting itself in the foot? DW's Miodrag Soric reports.
An Israeli rocket has taken off from Cape Canaveral in Florida, on course for a lunar landing that would make history for both the Jewish state and commercial space travel.
Luka Jovic, Sebastien Haller and Ante Rebic all scored to help Eintracht Frankfurt reach the Europa League last 16. In this form, there may not be a team in Europe that would want to face Adi Hütter's side.
The anti-Semitic attack on the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut should not come as a shock to anyone, Martin Gak writes.
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With Brexit looming, thousands of Brits are becoming German. So, what's it like swapping your scones for Sauerkraut?
DW's Conflict Zone meets Jim Risch, chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Deeply inappropriate things happened at this former Nazi site of horrors. It may be due to the current social climate.
Breast cancer kills more women globally than any other cancer. Doctors in Germany say they've now developed a new test that can accurately detect cancer in the blood.
An Afghan asylum-seeker in Germany has said he is willing to pay a fine imposed on activist Elin Ersson.
Africa Global Recycling is a business recycling, sorting and selling sorted waste mostly back to Asia and Europe.
Cinematic stereotypes reflect and shape common prejudices. Perceptions can be influenced by portrayals of Asians as nerdy, black men as dangerous and Latinas as fiery. So, how does Hollywood portray various groups?
Drama, true stories, honor — and alcohol: DW took a look at the tropes shared by Best Picture Academy Award nominees.
Fortuna Düsseldorf have been one of the pleasant surprises of this Bundesliga season. Veteran coach Friedhelm Funkel spoke to DW about how coaching has changed over the years – and social media.
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