Around 900 passengers were still on board as the ship limped into the port of Molde on Norway's west coast. The Red Cross said many of those who were airlifted to safety had been left traumatized by the experience.
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With 92 percent of the vote counted, Thailand's pro-military party has taken a surprising lead over the main democratic opposition party. Observers had expected a stalemate.
A Christchurch vigil to shun racism and grieve for 50 Muslims killed last week in local mosques drew 15,000 people. One of the victims who was injured in the shooting said the vigil showed "that we are all one."
UK Prime Minister Theresa May was in her Chequers country retreat fighting for her Brexit withdrawal agreement. Some of her senior Cabinet ministers have denied they are about to oust her from office.
German politicians have criticized a Transport Ministry advertising campaign that features scantily-clad women and men wearing bike safety helmets. The posters feature the slogan: "Looks like sh*t, but saves lives."
Acting Foreign Minister Israel Katz said US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the Syrian border territory on Monday.
President Trump's support for Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights could aid more land grabs, experts say.
Aid agencies have warned the humanitarian disaster in Mozambique following Cyclone Idai could be similar to those in Yemen and Syria. Authorities fear it will only get worse.
Alarm bells are ringing over Italy's involvement in Beijing's New Silk Road infrastructure project. EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger has called for Brussels to greenlight future Chinese deals in Europe.
Police officers and journalists have been attacked by attendees of a far-right rock concert in Saxony in eastern Germany. Far-right groups have hosted several major gatherings in the state in recent years.
A Russian tourist with a drugged orangutan in his suitcase has been arrested at Bali's international airport. If convicted, the man faces jail time and fines. Only 100,000 of the protected species remain worldwide.
The German government is to fund a massive 10-year modernization program, a newspaper has reported. The proposals could offer relief for commuters who have long complained about the tardiness of Deutsche Bahn trains.
What will happen to the thousands of IS members who surrendered in the final phase of the battle in Syria? Neighboring Iraq might try them but the country suffers from overcrowded prisons and overworked courts.
Members of the Dogon tribe reportedly burned a large portion of a village belonging to Muslim Fulanis. Tensions between the two have surged since the government started battling extremists in its desert territories.
The resignation of Kazakhstan's president has given rise to speculation over the future transfer of power in Russia. Will Vladimir Putin follow Nursultan Nazarbayev's lead? Juri Rescheto reports from Moscow.
Activists from 35 countries met in Berlin this week to call for a ban on lethal autonomous weapons, ahead of new talks on such weapons in Geneva. They say that if Germany took the lead, other countries would follow
Both Germany and the Netherlands are in transitional periods going in to Sunday's Euro 2020 qualfying encounter. The Dutch have a head start, however, as Germany hope to bed-in a new batch of world beaters.
On Sunday, Comorians have been voting for a new president. Although the list of opposition candidates has thinned noticeably, victory for incumbent President Azali Assoumani is far from certain.
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The 1999 NATO bombardment of Serbia ended that country's violence against Kosovo Albanians.
The powerful American pro-Israel lobby faces questions as to the extent of its reach.
Ukrainians vote for a new president March 31. Some fear that false reports could influence the outcome of the election.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky could very well be Ukraine's next leader. What's the secret to his increasing success?
Who is allowed to sell "Macedonian wine"? The Greeks, the North Macedonians — or even the Bulgarians?
Two press freedom groups say the leaders' criminal negligence amounted to "crimes against humanity" — over 100 murders.
Protesters lamented their disappointment in Macron — one woman told DW that the crisis "ends when Macron is booted out."
The US is set to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan. DW explains why the contested territory matters.
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