US President Donald Trump is demanding European allies repatriate foreign "Islamic State" fighters captured in Syria. The call has sparked a heated debate about taking back German citizens who fought for IS.
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Iran's foreign minister hit out at the US and Israeli "fixation" on his country during the final day of the Munich Security Conference. Israel's representative, meanwhile, called Iran a "grave danger to the Middle East."
A gunbattle with militants in disputed Kashmir has left four Indian troops dead. It comes just days after the worst attack on government forces in the region's history, to which India promised a "jaw-dropping" response.
The government of embattled President Nicolas Maduro has barred five European parliamentarians from entering the country. They had been invited to visit by Maduro's rival for power, Juan Guaido.
A cyberattack this month targeted the Australian parliament's computer network. Prime Minister Scott Morrison reassured Australians that the country's electoral infrastructure was not affected by the hack.
Poland has downgraded its delegation to the Visegrad Group summit in Israel after premier Benjamin Netanyahu suggested "Poles cooperated with the Nazis." The four-state group is a key element in Israel's diplomacy.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced billions for Pakistan's struggling economy as he arrived for a two-day state visit. Islamabad is the first stop on his three-nation tour of Asia.
A Malian soldier has been seriously wounded in an apparent friendly fire incident with German troops serving as UN peacekeepers. The incident occurred in the dark as German troops were returning from a mission.
Authorities in Paris have opened an investigation into anti-Semitic insults by French “yellow vests” against Jewish philosopher and writer Alain Finkielkraut. Anti-Jewish incidents have been on the rise across France.
The number of cyberattacks on vital public utilities is on the increase, a newspaper reported. Germany's cyberdefense agency has denied the report, saying it only recorded an increase in the number of disruptions.
Lithuania has been stunned by the arrest of a scion of the country’s most controversial political dynasty. The repercussions could impact the result of an ongoing trial in Vilnius. Konstantin Eggert reports.
The number of refugees using visa-free travel rights to enter the EU, especially from Latin America, is on the rise. Over the entire bloc, the number of new refugees has fallen to pre-2014 levels.
US trade officials are believed to have told President Donald Trump that European car imports harm US national security. German carmakers are concerned that Trump could use the report to justify tariffs.
Porsche fans in the United Kingdom might have to spend more to buy a car from the German company if a no-deal Brexit happens. London and Brussels have until March 29 to strike an agreement.
The world order is broken, so who is going to pick up the pieces? Angela Merkel has the answer.
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Germany's President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has visited the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Following in the footsteps of legendary German researcher Alexander von Humboldt, he called for more environmental protection.
Iranian state TV did not broadcast a Bundesliga match because of the presence of a woman as referee, media say.
A fifth consecutive draw could be seen as a sign that the Europa League is once again taking its toll on a Bundesliga team. Not so at Eintracht, where players, coach and fan are reveling in it, writes DW's Matt Ford.
RB Leipzig, Hoffenheim and Wolfsburg all won comfortably, Claudio Pizarro defied his age again to save Werder Bremen and 10-man Schalke were held at home. Bayern Munich started the weekend with a comeback win.
Organizers of the event in southern Germany have said they gathered more than 2,000 Smurfs. Participants had to cover every part of their body in either blue paint or in a costume.
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