Just a day after her Brexit deal suffered a major defeat, British PM Theresa May is fighting for her post. The vote could decide whether May gets more time to try again, or perhaps prompt snap elections.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected in an overwhelming loss by 230 votes in the UK parliament, so what happens next?
Kenya's security agencies are under scrutiny following the latest attack on a hotel compound. Analysts say it's a sign that al-Shabab is still very much a force to be reckoned with.
The French president encouraged people to list their grievances and propose changes to the nation's economy during a "great debate." The tour is aimed at quelling the "yellow vest" movement.
Stockholm has been trapped in deadlock, with no party wanting to govern with the far-right Sweden Democrats. Social Democrat PM Stefan Lofven is set to retain his post by promising to bring his party to the right.
Russia's foreign minister has called on Tokyo to accept the outcome of the war in order to advance discussions on a peace plan. Russia and Japan have yet to sign a peace treaty since the end of World War II.
The survey fears geopolitical tensions will reduce the international community's ability to deal with global threats.
2018 saw a jump in the number of Germans applying for a basic weapons license. Police say the trend comes from a growing sense of insecurity, but warn increasing numbers of armed citizens may worsen the situation.
Videos depicting risky stunts like the "Bird Box challenge" will not be tolerated, the site has said. Multiple deaths tied to YouTube stunts have been reported in recent years.
A Bundestag employee of the Alternative for Germany party has been accused of ordering a firebombing in Ukraine. Manuel Ochsenreiter denies all accusations, but he is known to have connections to pro-Russia separatists.
An ex-Colombian drug trafficker has testified that the president wanted $250 million, but settled for less. Former officials have rejected the allegations, saying they are "false, defamatory and absurd."
Evan Mawarire, an outspoken government critic, was clutching a bible as he was taken away. At least eight people have died in protests over the world's highest oil prices.
A world leader in homicides, Brazil is to have more relaxed gun laws. President Jair Bolsonaro signed a decree making it easier for people to own guns, and thus defend themselves.
German prosecutors say an army employee has been detained on suspicion of spying for Iranian intelligence. The German-Afghan citizen worked as a translator for the German military.
In 1969, the Czech student Jan Palach self-immolated to stir his compatriots. He called himself "Torch No. 1" and warned the leaders of Czechoslovakia that others would follow his example if change did not come.
Land reform has been costly for the Zimbabwean economy. But not for Zambia, where agriculture has benefited from Zimbabwean white commercial farmers. Is this a cautionary tale for South Africa and its land reform plans?
With just 10 weeks left until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, the prospect of a no-deal exit remains firmly on the table. That’s bad news for the UK car industry, which is already planning for the worst.
Germany's No.1 Angelique Kerber has advanced to the third round of the Australian Open, seeing off Brazil's Beatriz Haddad Maia. Elsewhere, defending champions Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer also progressed.
No matter how this Brexit drama ends, the damage will remain, DW's Barbara Wesel writes.
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Amid heightened tensions in cross-strait relations, Taiwan's military is starting a series of newly designed large-scale military drills. Taiwanese analysts say the island should enhance its combat preparedness.
British lawmakers rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal. A crushing defeat tonight - to be followed tomorrow by a vote of no-confidence. Yet, May is vowing to present a Brexit Plan B next week. Will it make a difference?
The UK government says the port town of Ramsgate is bound for a revival if a no-deal Brexit happens.
After Brexit, Northern Ireland will return to the UK and the Irish Republic will remain in the EU.
As Parliament sets to vote on the Brexit deal, people in London have their own strong opinions.
Brexit is affecting people's lives across Europe. DW met an English woman who owns a shop selling British goods.
As Germany's coal commission and Chancellor Angela Merkel mull over a strategy for the country's exit from coal, DW's Gero Rueter visits the Rhineland region to meet those whose livelihoods could be on the line.
Gillette's latest ad featuring men behaving badly has sparked a furious response from commentators. Men have every reason to be upset, says DW's Kate Ferguson.
Germany is launching the 100th anniversary of the influential school of design. Revisit the history and the ideas promoted by the Bauhaus.
It tells the fictionalized true story of a woman who gave up her fellow Jews to the Nazis. Critics have condemned the novel Stella by Takis Würger, published this week in Germany, as "Holocaust kitsch."
Created in a grassroots effort by local residents, a biodiversity park near India's capital New Delhi serves as a green haven for people and wildlife. Now authorities want to build a six-lane highway across it.
A trip to Germany's largest order-run monastery brewery.
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