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Maltese reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb attack in 2017. Four years later, the EU has pledged to strengthen the safety of journalists. Many, however, feel these promises won't be enough.
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Among British politicians paying tribute Saturday was UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. David Amess was stabbed to death while holding meetings in his constituency east of London on Friday.
Myanmar's junta chief will be replaced by a non-political representative at a summit of southeast Asian nations later this month. ASEAN has grown frustrated about the crackdown following February's military coup.
Icy relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran are thawing. But it's unlikely that they will become close allies.
SPD leadership has unanimously approved formal coalition talks, Greens and FDP are set to hold votes Sunday and Monday.
Some people are getting sick with COVID-19, despite being fully vaccinated. Do that mean the vaccines aren't working?
COVID-19 tests in Germany have been free since March — but not anymore. The strategy is to encourage more people to get vaccinated. Will it work?
Lothar Wieler, the president of the Robert Koch Institute for disease control, has said he received several threatening messages from critics of government policies over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
Migration and Turkey's EU membership hopes are expected to be high on the agenda during Chancellor Angela Merkel's meeting with the Turkish president.
France is paying tribute to the late teacher Samuel Paty on the anniversary of his death. He was murdered by a Chechen extremist after showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad during a lesson on free speech.
NASA is set to launch a spacecraft on a 12-year mission to explore Jupiter's Trojan asteroids for the first time. The probe will gather new insights into the formation of the solar system.
Eleven junior high students have drowned while on a school outing for a river cleanup in Indonesia. A further 10 pupils were rescued in an operation that ended Friday night.
Washington has offered an undisclosed compensation payment for the family members of civilians who were killed in a US drone strike in Kabul in August.
Police say officers were attacked and cars torched as thousands of people gathered in opposition to the clearance of the radical left-wing Köpi-Platz encampment in central Berlin.
The city's university wants to remove Pillar of Shame, a monument to the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing.
German aid organizations that could help alleviate the suffering in Afghanistan are facing massive hurdles.
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