Jens Stoltenberg has warned that NATO must continue its fight against IS after the US withdrawal from Syria. He welcomed Germany's call for an international presence in Syria as a possible political solution.
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The victims were found crammed into the truck's container, causing speculation of a people trafficking incident. Police have not confirmed the link, but have made an initial arrest.
As Russian troops are deployed to northern Syria, Germany has reasserted the need for an internationally-run safe zone in the area — and criticized the deal struck between Russia and Turkey.
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Google says its quantum processor was able to perform a complex calculation in just minutes what a supercomputer would need 10,000 years to complete. But rivals are skeptical of the tech giant's claims.
The FBI seized the painting that had first been purchased by a prominent German-Jewish publisher in 1900. In 2017, his heirs launched an effort to recover stolen works.
Berlin's ambassador to Eritrea was summoned over DW's media coverage. Eritrea says it is being misrepresented.
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A town council in the German state of Hesse has reversed its unanimous decision to add a politician with neo-Nazi ties to its ranks.
Former Prime Minister Najib Mikati denied charges that he had made illicit gains from subsidized housing loans.
The president of Chile has announced a series of social reforms after a metro fare hike sparked days of deadly protests. Whether the reforms will stop the general strike planned for Wednesday remains to be seen.
French police have detained a man after he broke into a museum and was shouting threats. Messages had been daubed on the walls in Arabic, one allegedly reading, "the museum is going to become a hell."
Women in Norway have the best quality of life according to the latest Women, Peace and Security Index. Although Germany ranked as one of the best in education, women lost significant ground in representation in politics.
More than 90% of players agreed to strike over wages and working hours — but clubs say they cannot afford their demands.
South Korean tours to Mount Kumgang in the North were long seen as a symbol of cooperation. But with Seoul unwilling to defy US sanctions on Pyongyang, the tourist project has been on hold for over a decade.
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Borussia Dortmund are without captain Marco Reus as they travel to take on Inter Milan in the San Siro.
Hailemariam Desalegn tells DW's Conflict Zone he began reforms as prime minister and wasn't aware of secret prisons.
Botswana's ruling BDP could see its first defeat since independence in the October 23 general election
Paralympic gold medalist Marieke Vervoort ended her own life this week through euthanasia.
While other cities have stricter laws, Berlin's new rent control has some unique features.
A Lima restaurant has come under fire for its "ladies' menu." Authorities have ruled the practice chauvinistic.
The Lonely Planet travel guide has placed Germany's former capital, Bonn, among its top 10 cities to visit in 2020. Austria's second city, Salzburg, topped the list, ahead of Washington, DC.
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