Many Venezuelans have no access to food or medical supplies. Acting President Nicolas Maduro denies that any humanitarian crisis is taking place and has called on the military to block any aid from entering the country.
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By choosing to eat the same meals again and again, people are putting the future of the food supply at risk, a United Nations report has said. Farming and fishing practices could be revamped and new crops introduced.
The White House has said it will keep some troops in Syria as a peacekeeping force after most US forces pull out from the country. The move could be an attempt to get European allies to send soldiers to Syria as well.
Almost a terabyte of evidence in a child pornography case went missing while in police custody in the town of Detmold. Local officers are under investigation, with one official describing the situation as a "disaster."
AfD parliamentary group leader Alice Weidel is being investigated for potentially breaching German campaign financing laws. Now, prosecutors have voiced doubts about a list of donors the party sent to parliament.
The German parliament has approved a change to the country's controversial law banning the "advertisement" of abortions. Rights advocates have said that the new law does not go far enough.
At the same time Russia is trying to attract foreign investment, the country's security services have arrested US businessman Michael Calvey. Is the Kremlin shooting itself in the foot? DW's Miodrag Soric reports.
An unmanned Japanese space probe has successfully touched down on an asteroid some 340 million kilometers from Earth. Hayabusa2 will collect material that could help answer questions about the origin of life.
The move has come amid rising tensions in Kashmir after an attack on an Indian military post. Pakistan's PM Khan separately authorized his military to "respond decisively" to any "aggression" by India.
The chancellor has backed the European Commission president in the face of aggressive attacks from Hungary. Still, she declined to call for removing Orban's party from the conservative bloc in the European Parliament.
Regional leaders will soon need to discuss how Turkey will deal with an influx of former Islamic State fighters attempting to transit the country on their way back to their homelands from neighboring Syria and Iraq.
The former stronghold of late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar is to be demolished. Authorities in the city of Medellin plan to replace the building with a park dedicated to the victims of narcotics trafficking.
Luka Jovic, Sebastien Haller and Ante Rebic all scored to help Eintracht Frankfurt reach the Europa League last 16. In this form, there may not be a team in Europe that would want to face Adi Hütter's side.
The head of the Labour Party was in Brussels for talks with Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator. Corbyn said his party was "determined" to stop a chaotic no-deal exit.
Two former staff members at the weapons manufacturer were given suspended sentences for violating Germany's War Weapons Control Act for their involvement in the delivery of machine guns to Mexico.
A bitter spat has broken out between Greece and the new director of the British Museum over the Elgin Marbles.
The German government wants to continue its military presence in Afghanistan through 2020. But uncertainty over whether the US will withdraw its troops from the country has opposition lawmakers calling for an exit plan.
US actor Jussie Smollett is accused of reporting a fake racist and homophobic attack to police. Police allege that the "Empire" actor used the staged attack to "promote his career."
Tork was most famous for his role as the lovable comic character in the 1960s American TV boy band the Monkees. A cause of death was not given, though he had been previously diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
The anti-Semitic attack on the philosopher Alain Finkielkraut should not come as a shock to anyone, Martin Gak writes.
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DW's Conflict Zone meets Jim Risch, chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Breast cancer kills more women globally than any other cancer. Doctors in Germany say they've now developed a new test that can accurately detect cancer in the blood.
After going unseen for 40 years, scientists have rediscovered a bee in Indonesia so large that it is nicknamed the "flying bulldog." Researchers feared the giant bee had gone extinct.
An Afghan asylum-seeker in Germany has said he is willing to pay a fine imposed on activist Elin Ersson.
Hannah Fuchs likes to think she's pretty environmentally aware. But a guilty take-out coffee got her thinking...
Fortuna Düsseldorf have been one of the pleasant surprises of this Bundesliga season. Veteran coach Friedhelm Funkel spoke to DW about how coaching has changed over the years – and social media.
Four Belgian MPs want Germany to stop compensating people who collaborated with the SS during the Nazi occupation.
Movies reflect stereotypes, but they also shape them. So, what exactly does Hollywood have to say about various groups?
DW examines the issues regarding Caster Semenya's legal challenge of the IAAF's new testosterone rule for females.
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