Barcelona came to a standstill on Friday as thousands of Catalans converged on the city after a three-day march. Despite disruptions to transport and business, the protest remained peaceful. Mercedes Iniguez reports.
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The attack on the mosque killed worshippers attending Friday prayers. More than 250 people were inside the mosque during the attack.
Two employees at Boeing had exchanged troubling messages on the now-grounded passenger jet. The company knew about it but waited for several months before passing them on to the authorities, US officials have said.
Turkish forces are reportedly continuing to shell the border town of Ras al-Ayn despite a five-day truce
According to the European Union, Turkey's assault on a Kurdish-held region has caused "unacceptable human suffering."
Heavy gunfights broke out in a Sinaloa cartel stronghold after Mexican security forces arrested a son of drug lord El Chapo. The government is struggling to explain why he was released after a storm of violence.
A key air crew trade union called off a Sunday strike at Lufthansa after the airline offered them a pay rise. However, they still plan a walkout on flights run by Lufthansa's subsidiaries, including Eurowings.
Following last week's synagogue shooting, German ministers suggest bolstering security and fast-tracking investigations.
The recent attack on a synagogue in Halle made headlines around the world. Who were the victims of this heinous act?
Cheese, wine, olives and many other European goods are now subject to fresh US tariffs in a row over EU subsidies to Airbus. As Brussels threatens retaliation, Germany urges progress in talks for a US-EU trade deal.
The new Brexit divorce plan must clear an emergency vote in the UK's lower House of Commons on Saturday. After three previous failed attempts to approve an orderly EU departure, how likely are these proposals to pass?
EU leaders have failed to agree to initiate accession talks with Albania and North Macedonia at the bloc's summit. Thursday's session, dominated by Brexit, dragged out, with France leading objections to their entry.
Europol has launched a new campaign to show that women are just as capable of committing serious crimes as men. Several of the females on the list are wanted for murder, child abuse, or trafficking drugs and people.
US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir made history on Friday completing the first all-female spacewalk. An earlier attempt was cancelled when there weren’t enough spacesuits in the right size.
Germany should try to send an astronaut to the moon as a part of the US-led mission in 2024, according to the influential BDI business association. It wants the state to ensure conditions for a "private spaceport."
Last week's attack on a synagogue in Germany has left Germans warning that anti-Semitism is on the rise. Federal and state interior ministers meet Friday to decide on protective measures for Jewish premises.
Europe is a world leading region for wind energy. Yet there are storm clouds on the horizon for the renewable sector, with opposition growing across the continent, despite ongoing growth in some countries.
An ongoing trade war with the US continues to weigh on the world's second largest economy.
China’s economy grew 6.6% in 2018, its slowest rate since 1990, with trade issues starting to impact the giant economy.
A global money-laundering watchdog has decided not to place Pakistan in its "black list," for now. Islamabad has been given four months to prove it is fighting terror financing. Shamil Shams reports from Paris.
The EU has another Brexit deal with yet another British government, but the fiercest battles are yet to come.
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Many protesters took a mocking approach to challenge a recent ban on masks at rallies. Chinese leader Xi Jinping, cartoon characters and Guy Fawkes were among those depicted by those forming a human chain.
Kenya opens its new railway line amid fears the train serves no purpose and is plunging the country into massive debt.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, DW asked Publishing Scotland representatives how Brexit is affecting their industry.
In Palestine's West Bank, Nablus is another world away from Israel in terms of science. No one will go where their security is on the line. This is part five of Zulfikar Abbany's Middle East diary.
Students in Germany aren't performing as well in mathematics and science as they were in 2012, according to a new study. The negative trend was most visible in eastern states.
People in Germany are happier than they have been in the last three decades, according to a new survey. Even former East Germans are becoming more optimistic, though they still harbor differing political views.
The Cambodian government has arrested at least 30 activists ahead of the planned return of opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Spain's La Liga has renewed its efforts to host a league game in the United States. As domestic leagues and clubs face a tricky balancing act, the commercial threat to football is becoming increasingly existential.
The only Mountain Bongo antelope breeding program in the world is hoping to boost the endangered species’ numbers.
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