President Donald Trump has announced he will pull the United States out of a Cold War-era nuclear weapons deal with Russia. The president has accused Russia of violating the 1987 pact, but provided no further details.
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Deadly violence and technical glitches had caused delays and interruptions on the first day of polling. Around 3 million Afghans voted on Saturday defying calls to boycott from the Taliban militant group.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Saudi Arabia must provide "transparency" regarding the circumstances of Jamal Khashoggi's death. Meanwhile, German weapons exports to Saudi Arabia have come under increased scrutiny.
Some 2,000 Central American migrants who managed to cross from Guatemala into Mexico have vowed to continue marching toward the US. President Donald Trump has politicized the caravan ahead of the midterm elections.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has suspended plans to demolish a Bedouin village in the West Bank amid international concern. The ICC has warned that evacuating Khan al-Ahmar could constitute a war crime.
Organizers claimed 700,000 turned out in London, calling for a vote on the terms of the Brexit deal. Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly ruled out another referendum.
A concert venue in eastern Germany has blocked leftist punk band Feine Sahne Fischfilet from performing over fears they could incite far-right protesters. Critics have called the decision an assault on artistic freedom.
Brazil's federal police have opened an investigation into disinformation on social media against presidential candidates Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad. WhatsApp has played an outsized role in this year's vote.
Sunday's vote will show whether Polish political winds still favor the ruling populist Law and Justice party. The liberal opposition is hoping for winds of change, and they are counting on Poland's cities for support.
Women stranded as refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos face daily violence, never-ending asylum procedures and horrible living conditions. DW's Marianna Karakoulaki spoke with some of them about their experiences.
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said the time for joking around was over. French officials said the procedure of returning asylum-seekers was routine, but Salvini demanded answers from French President Emmanuel Macron.
Kosovo's lawmakers have moved to create a national army in a vote boycotted by the parliament's Serb minority lawmakers. Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic said the move could lead to "tragic consequences."
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton has secured his 81st career pole position and taken a major step toward his fifth career Formula One championship. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will start Sunday's US Grand Prix in fifth.
A brace from Robebrt Lewandowski and a nerve-settler from James Rodriguez secured Bayern's first win for a month. The champions weren't at their best but did more than enough despite being reduced to 10 men.
Wolves have barely resettled in Germany and protest is already stirring – but their reappearance is a great thing.
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The German psychology professor has told a judge the fine, for the late return of 50 books, was extortionate.
Since October 2017, the country has been plagued by a series of mysterious attacks that have left 90 people dead.
China has launched plans to build an 'artificial moon' by 2020. It's hoped the moon will reduce energy consumption.
Violent people are often the product of violent surroundings. But genetics can play a role, too.
How much has changed for women in Germany a year on from the arrival of the #MeToo movement?
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