The British Prime Minister is still in office after surviving a no-confidence vote in her government. But Germany and the rest of Europe are worried about whether she can scrape together a new compromise Brexit deal.
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The British prime minister called on politicians to "put self-interest aside" ahead of further Brexit negotiations. May's government survived a vote of no confidence a day after her draft Brexit deal was voted down.
In its World Report, Human Rights Watch offers several examples of groups working globally to stand up to oppression.
Dutch journalist Ans Boersma was detained while trying to prolong her Turkish visa in Istanbul and deported the next morning. A Turkish official said the expulsion was not linked with her "journalist activities."
The Economy Ministry has reported a 23 percent downfall in arms exports approvals in 2018, one of the biggest in years. A moratorium on all arms exports to Saudi Arabia was a major factor in the significant decline.
Beijing has condemned US legislation that would stop businesses from selling American-made chips to Huawei and ZTE. US lawmakers described Huawei as an "intelligence-gathering arms of the Chinese Communist Party."
For over a month, thousands have turned out for weekly protests against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
The Russian parliament has agreed not to send representatives back to the Council of Europe and not to resume funding of the organization. Human rights advocates fear Moscow may leave the organization completely.
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Speed limits or not, more traffic jams than ever kept drivers from putting the pedal to the metal on the autobahn, Germany's largest automobile club has said. Drivers contended daily with some 2,000 traffic jams in 2018.
Police conducted raids on several properties throughout Germany thought to be connected to an extremist group that associates itself with the Ku Klux Klan. A total of 17 people are at the center of the investigation.
Police in Australia have found the body of a Cologne resident who was reported missing on January 8. Authorities have said the woman was found in the Outback, near Alice Springs.
Although it came as a surprise to many, Somalia-based al-Shabab isn't likely to cease its cross-border attacks
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Germany's Love Parade manslaughter trial could be terminated, with some defendants paying only fines. The suggestion has emerged from formal talks between prosecutors, victims' advocates and event organizers' lawyers.
Though no Yemenis were at the table, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas hosted talks in Yemen's newly restarted peace process.
Amid tensions in cross-strait relations, Taiwan's military is starting a series of newly designed military drills.
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Too often, victims of domestic violence are not aware of the resources available to them and are too afraid to ask.
Throughout 2019, hundreds of events will celebrate the legacy of the Bauhaus school of design. German President Steinmeier kicked off the centennial by honoring the great minds driving the major cultural movement.
As Germany is launching the 100th anniversary of the influential school of design, revisit its history and principles.
Critics have condemned the Holocaust novel based on Jew "catcher" Stella Kübler, published this week in Germany.
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