In an emotional address, Theresa May has announced she would resign as prime minister on June 7. The race to succeed her will likely start after a state visit by US President Donald Trump.
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Respect was the predominant tone among European leaders following UK Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation. But they warned that her successor will have to provide "rapid clarification" on Brexit.
Germany's political establishment faces roadblocks in convincing voters they've turned over a green leaf.
Dutch voters were among the first to take part in voting across the continent for the European Parliament.
UK citizens in the EU's 27 other countries have also experienced irregularities, including postal votes "gone missing."
Angela Merkel was right to take in nearly 1 million refugees in 2015, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in an interview. He also revealed how he got Donald Trump to kiss him.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has told DW that he wants to boost ties with countries in Latin America. His comments come ahead of a Latin America conference in Berlin at the end of May.
Europe is hoping to energize business with strife-ridden North Africa through a renewable energy link.
Despite the urgency of a 'climate emergency' we're nowhere near fulfilling the Paris agreement. Why are we so reluctant to act? Climate psychologist Per Espen Stoknes says we need to move away from pointing blame.
Pakistan is currently facing one of the worst economic crises in its history. In an exclusive DW interview, former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar accuses the current government of waging "economic terrorism" in Pakistan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP has won India's general election. While financial markets have reacted positively, many are worried about the rise of nationalism and the future of India's democracy.
Saudi Arabia is once again planning to execute religious activists, according to the "Middle East Eye" website. Madawi Al-Rasheed, an expert on Saudi society, says mass executions are becoming common in the Gulf kingdom.
In an exclusive interview with DW, the opposition politician and former finance minister Tendai Biti says he fears "an implosion" in Zimbabwe.
However, the newly-weds are still subject to restrictions not faced by heterosexual couples.
The "Starlink" satellites, designed to offer internet from space, will need a dozen more launches to become operational.
NASA details its Artemis program to return to the moon, which include putting its first female astronaut on lunar soil.
This year, two children were born at the University Women's Hospital in Tübingen whose mothers had previously received a uterus transplant. The doctors involved are thrilled.
A video taking the ruling party to task makes an important contribution to democracy, DW's Fabian von der Mark writes.
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Because he spoke his mind, Amed Sherwan was tortured in Northern Iraq. Now he enjoys Freedom of Expression in Germany.
The German Basic Law functioned as a model for the postapartheid constitution in South Africa.
Indonesian authorities have been criticized for blocking social media during violent post-election riots in Jakarta. DW asked Indonesian Communications Minister Rudiantara why he thinks the ban is necessary.
Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, accused of sexual misconduct, has reportedly reached a multimillion-dollar provisional deal with alleged victims that covers all civil proceedings.
Jim Jarmusch and Quentin Tarantino got red carpet buzz, but who are the top contenders for the Palme d'Or award?
Urban farming startup Schaduf helps poor Egyptians clean up roofs and create gardens to get closer to their food.
Second-division Union Berlin secure a 2-2 draw in Stuttgart, giving them a slight edge for the second leg.
The relegation playoff's too close to call at half time. But Felix Tamsut says Union Berlin's fans deserve promotion.
Several F1 drivers and teams plan individual tributes to deceased Austrian champion Niki Lauda.
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