Representative Jerrold Nadler has called the report a roadmap for further congressional investigations. He also accused Attorney General William Barr of undermining the Department of Justice to protect the president.
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Climate protesters in London are threatening to shut down Heathrow airport — Europe's busiest air traffic hub. Police have appealed to the group, saying it could cause misery to thousands of travelers over Easter.
Heiko Maas, Germany's foreign minister, paid tribute to the victims of a bus crash on the island archipelago of Madeira. He said his team was working to identify the victims and bring survivors back to Germany.
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The UN's health says at least 213 people have now died in two weeks of fighting near the Libyan capital, Tripoli. The WHO has called on warring parties to avoid civilian deaths.
A youth game in Germany's fourth division nearly spiraled out of control after a number of incidents. Hannover say that their U23 American defender Christopher Gloster was labeled a monkey during the match.
Professional footballers in England and Wales have announced a 24-hour social media strike to protest racist abuse. The boycott aims to pressure both the social media and football officials to do more against racism.
After years of instability, Eintracht Frankfurt are enjoying a magical season in both the Bundesliga and in Europe. DW’s Felix Tamsut describes another magical night at the Waldstadion, and explains what’s behind it.
As the song says, you can dance if you want to. But not on Good Friday in Germany, which retains intense restrictions on Easter revelry. It's an annual debate — led this year by two generations of Social Democrats.
Two Saudi Arabian women who fled their families to Georgia this week have been offered help by authorities. The sisters are the latest in a stream of women using Twitter to escape the Saudi male guardianship system.
At 95 years old, Erna de Vries is one of few remaining Holocaust survivors. A group of activists has vowed to retell her story and those of other survivors to keep alive the memory of Germany's Nazi past.
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The extent of corruption and brutality during The Gambia's Yahya Jammeh-era is starting to surface via a truth and reconciliation commission set up by an administration recycled from that of the long-term president.
The Mueller report confirms what we already know: Donald Trump is not fit for the White House.
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Mozambique continues to struggle with the devastation caused by Idai. Attention has focused on the situation in the port city of Beira, which suffered damage to 90 percent of the buildings. But the story is similar along the coast of Mozambique.
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