Negotiators for the EU and the UK have finally struck a draft deal on the conditions of the British divorce from the bloc. But now Theresa May has to convince her Cabinet and Parliament to back the deal.
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Italy has stuck to its big-spending budget plan, despite demands for changes from the EU and the threat of financial penalties. The move has sparked concerns over Italy's debt and uncertainty from investors.
The Russian opposition leader was given permission to leave Russia for Europe after being barred. He is planning to attend the European Court of Human Rights for a hearing.
Prosecutors have accused Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman of directing massive drug shipments from Mexico into the United States. His defense has downplayed the drug lord's role in the drug operation, calling him a "scapegoat."
The Hamas group which administers Gaza announced a unilateral ceasefire after the worst cross-border violence in many months. Egypt is reported to have mediated the agreement.
The German chancellor has addressed MEPs in Strasbourg, laying out Germany's vision for the future of Europe. Seven months ahead of EU parliamentary elections, she gave her personal assessment of where the bloc stands.
Thousands of Fijians have gone to polls in the country's second democratic election since a coup 12 years ago. Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, who rose to power after the coup, is hoping to remain in office.
The devastating wildfires in California are still not completely under control and the death toll is sure to rise. Meanwhile, even as firefighters work to control the flames, coroners search for bodies.
"Here are brewing economically and politically dark times," Einstein wrote to his sister in 1922, describing his fears for Jews in Germany before the Nazis took power. The letter fetched thousands at an Israeli auction.
German drivers are used to spotting young people hanging around in supermarket car parks after dark. Camels less so.
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The day after her CDU party's dismal showing in the elections, Merkel announced her gradual retreat from politics. Now a recount could leave the party with a weak mandate. How could this have happened, and what's next?
Russian independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta has been receiving threats for weeks after publishing reports on Yevgeny Prigozhin. Among other things, the oligarch is said to run a private army.
It was the highest price-per-carat that a pink diamond has ever fetched at auction. The stone once belonged to the Oppenheimer diamond family and is among the most chemically pure gems in the world.
A Melbourne driver has been convicted six-fold for murdering shopping-mall pedestrians he struck with a stolen car in January last year. Authorities say the incident was not terror-related but "drug-induced."
Ryanair cabin crew in Germany have endorsed key points of a potential job-safeguard deal with the Irish airline, the German union ver.di reports. The low-cost airline still objects to a works council to represent staff.
Roger Federer made short work of Dominic Thiem to recover from his opening match loss and keep his hopes of another title alive. Earlier, Kevin Anderson moved to the brink of the last four by hammering Kei Nishikori.
The German chancellor didn't offer any new ideas during her long-awaited keynote speech at the European Parliament.
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In an interview with DW, Filipino journalist Maria Ressa said that President Rodrigo Duterte's administration is targeting both her and Rappler news for criticizing the government and exposing the war on drugs.
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The group is said to have laundered drug money for South American cartels for years — above all in Germany. With the defendants facing trial today in Paris, German reporters unveil how they were able to pull it off.
The world's largest travel portal, TripAdvisor, has completed its long-announced transformation into a social travel network. At its launch on November 13, however, there was still no final version.
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