Berlin has tried to reassure the public that suspected German Islamic State supporters being deported from Turkey do not pose a security threat. Critics say the government should have brought them back sooner.
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AfD politicians will travel to Syria in an attempt to show that it can be classified as a "safe country of origin," according to a report. They also plan a media campaign to facilitate "remigration" of Syrian refugees.
Israeli jets have struck Islamic Jihad targets in response to rocket fire from Gaza. An unofficial cease-fire had been declared after two days of intense fighting.
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has told the "wealthy country" it can afford to pay more for the stationing of US troops. Washington's 28,500-strong military presence costs Seoul under $1 billion a year.
Protesters have taken over major university campuses in the city. Police announced on Friday that they will be treating the death of a man hit by a brick thrown by protesters late on Thursday as murder.
More than 200 protesters have been blinded from pellets fired by state security agents. The National Congress has bowed to a key demand of the monthlong rallies and ordered a referendum on a new constitution.
Jeanine Anez has said that recently ousted president Evo Morales has no right to run in any upcoming national vote. The Latin American nation, however, remains divided over who should run the country.
Snow, ice and heavy rain has caused power outages to tens of thousands of homes. Authorities urged people to stay off the roads after a motorist was killed by a falling tree.
A Turkish think tank financed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's inner circle is a megaphone supporting government policies, DW has found. One of its controversial studies spends 30 pages denouncing DW journalists.
Real estate agents, gold merchants and auction houses will be subject to tighter regulations in the future. Lawmakers complained that the US Embassy and Apple tried to quash part of the law at the last minute.
A refugee who was told by a smuggler to look after several women and children during the perilous journey to Europe also committed a crime, the court ruled. "The defendant is both victim and perpetrator," the judge said.
The local media council said Arabic programing would add to the diversity of radio offerings in the German capital. Arabs from more than 20 countries live in Berlin.
A shooting at a high school in the city of Santa Clarita has left at least two students dead and three others wounded, local authorities said. The suspected shooter was identified as a 16-year-old male student.
Pope Francis has called on Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google, among others, to step up efforts to remove child pornography from the internet. He also said it is too easy for youngsters to access indecent material.
One of the world's biggest public lenders has said it will stop financing fossil fuel projects from the end of 2021 as part of an effort to combat climate change. Germany was one of the countries which had resisted.
The European Commission is launching infringement proceedings against the UK for its failure to nominate a candidate for EU Commissioner. London wais "in breach of its EU Treaty obligations," the Commission said.
Salt crystalized by historic floodwaters poses a great threat to Venice's many wall paintings and frescoes.
Damage costs are now being estimated at hundreds of millions of euros.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 was recorded on Thursday off the coast of an Indonesian island, with a short-range tsunami warning briefly issued in response. Its epicenter was more than 100 kilometers offshore.
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Critical YouTuber Radwa Mohamed has been held on terror charges, sparking a social media campaign for her release.
Locals fear that the government is planning to establish non-Muslim settlements to alter Kashmir's demography.
The Green party sought to scrap the controversial deal, citing safety concerns.
While the drama plays out on Capitol Hill, DW asks how "Ukrainegate" is seen in Kyiv and explains what's at stake.
A market worth over $500 million to US poultry farmers had been closed for five years following an avian flu outbreak. But now China has lifted the ban in order to fill a pork-shaped gap left by swine fever.
Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo have started using a second vaccine to fight Ebola. The country is struggling to contain what is now the world’s second-worst outbreak of the deadly virus on record.
French President Emmanuel Macron has been skeptical over the two nations' hopes to join the bloc. Icy relations between North Macedonia and Greece have thawed since the former agreed to add 'North' to its name.
Hardly anyone in South Korea currently believes in reunification.
The rapid passenger rail service between London, Paris and Brussels made its maiden journey exactly 25 years ago.
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