German Chancellor Angela Merkel has apologized for mistakes in the handling of the controversy over ex-intelligence chief Hans-Georg Maassen. She says the coalition will now focus on "solving people's problems."
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Three human rights activists, two corruption fighters, a farmer and an agricultural scientist are the 2018 winners of the Right Livelihood Award. They are tirelessly fighting the world over to make it a better place.
A French ship has managed to locate an Indian navy commander who had been injured in the Golden Globe round-the-world race. He was trapped in his bunk, drifting blindly in "one of the most remote areas on the planet."
A person has died and a four-year-old is in critical condition after storm "Fabienne" raged across much of Germany. Transport links remain affected but many revelers at the Oktoberfest ignored evening warnings.
German bishops are preparing to respond to a shattering study on widespread sex abuse by Catholic priests. While some think celibacy should be overhauled, others argue that victim compensation should be the focus now.
President Abdulla Yameen has conceded defeat and promised a smooth transition to the opposition's Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.
In an interview with DW, Former President Nasheed said that China must accept his country's democratic aspiration.
Mourners gathered in the southwestern city of Ahvaz on Monday for the funerals of the victims of Saturday's terrorist attack. Meanwhile, the US has rejected Iran's claim that it is behind the incident.
A deadly attack on an Iranian military parade demonstrates the country is internally vulnerable. Analysts say the regime is likely to respond with a tougher line at home and in the wider region.
Panama authorities have begun procedures to revoke the registration of the Aquarius 2, the last migrant rescue ship operating in the central Mediterranean. Charities say the Italian government is to blame for the move.
After serving a 30-day jail stint in Moscow, Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny was detained again while leaving jail, according to his aide. Navalny is once again being accused of violating protest laws.
Cem Özdemir, one of Germany's fiercest critics of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, intends to "send a signal" by attending a dinner for the Turkish president during his state visit. A host of lawmakers have pledged a boycott.
The US has issued an alert warning citizens of potential protests against DW in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. Militants have issued death threats against the "Shabab Talk" host after an episode about gender equality.
Ethiopia and Eritrea didn't pen their peace agreement in Addis Ababa or Asmara, but in Saudi Arabia with the Emirates alongside. Are economic and military interests increasingly binding Gulf states and the Horn together?
A fresh round of US President Donald Trump's punitive tariffs on China has begun to bite. It adds another $200 billion in imports to the escalating trade conflict, with Beijing also imposing more retaliatory duties.
The party founded by independence activist Andy Chan is the first political party to be outlawed in the city's history. Police had sought a ban on the outfit in July, citing "national security" concerns.
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Ecuador's Maria Fernanda Espinosa Garces is the first Latin American woman to preside over the UN General Assembly.
The Federation of German Industry has said it's not bowing to increasing US pressure to drop the Russian-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline and buy US liquefied gas instead. The BDI adds it wouldn't make economic sense.
Chief Executive Oliver Blume has said the sports carmaker will focus on petrol/gasoline, hybrid and all-electric vehicles. Porsche and its parent Volkswagen have seen their image take a beating in the wake of Dieselgate.
An emotional Tiger Woods was followed and cheered on by a jubilant crowd at the 18th hole at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Course. The 42-year-old golfer played like his old self and racked up his 80th PGA Tour title.
As Bundesliga clubs show support for the “United By Football” campaign, supporter groups have voiced their displeasure at the break down in talks with the DFB by protesting against Germany's Euro 2024 bid.
A crazy matchday saw two red cards and 19 goals fly in as the league continued to deliver surprises.
Although they were born in Germany, players with immigration backgrounds are viewed as different.
It's not over until the fat lady sings, but for many emerging bands in the British music industry, a no-deal Brexit could be a career-ending moment, Rob Mudge reports.
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