Rescue workers have evacuated hundreds from a stricken cruise ship off the coast of Norway. Most of the vessel’s engines have been restarted, but the crew has said it still needs help.
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Thai voters have cast their ballots in the country’s first general election in eight years. Observers say a stalemate is a likely outcome, with the country still bitterly divided between royalists and populists.
Multiple UK outlets are reporting that Theresa May's Cabinet is now refusing to support her premiership and is asking her to step down. An interim leader would then oversee Brexit negotiations.
Organizers claimed a million people from all over the UK came to London for a rally calling for a second referendum on Brexit. It took place as the third parliamentary vote on Brexit appears uncertain next week.
A Russian tourist with a drugged orangutan in his suitcase has been arrested at Bali's international airport. If convicted, the man faces jail time and fines. Only 100,000 of the protected species remain worldwide.
The German government is to fund a massive 10-year modernization program, a newspaper has reported. The proposals could offer relief for commuters who have long complained about the tardiness of Deutsche Bahn trains.
Police in Morocco have used water cannon to disperse teachers protesting in front of the country's parliament. Demonstrators are campaigning for the rights of low-ranking and temporary education staff.
With heavily-populated areas of Mozambique now covered by a massive lake, survivors of Cyclone Idai face disease and hunger. Aid agencies say time is running out for the victims.
What will happen to the thousands of IS members who surrendered in the final phase of the battle in Syria? Neighboring Iraq might try them but the country suffers from overcrowded prisons and overworked courts.
US-backed Kurdish forces say they have liberated the last enclave held by "Islamic State" militants in eastern Syria. But Germany's foreign minister warned the world not to celebrate too soon.
Members of the Dogon tribe reportedly burned a large portion of a village belonging to Muslim Fulanis. Tensions between the two have surged since the government started battling extremists in its desert territories.
Boeing has prepared a software fix to prevent the 737 MAX from nosediving during flight, after two deadly crashes. The upgrade focuses on an anti-stall feature that has faced worldwide scrutiny.
Thousands turned out in cities across France for the latest round of yellow vest demonstrations. Protesters lamented their disappointment in Macron — one woman told DW that the crisis "ends when Macron is booted out."
One of Europe's most popular destinations saw a mass panic over suspicious noises. Officials have revealed the cause of the offending noises.
Both Germany and the Netherlands are in transitional periods going in to Sunday's Euro 2020 qualfying encounter. The Dutch have a head start, however, as Germany hope to bed-in a new batch of world beaters.
US President Donald Trump's support for Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights serves no obvious strategic goals. And experts say the move could incite more land grabs — even Israel's annexation of the West Bank.
On Sunday, Comorians will vote for a new president. Although the list of opposition candidates has thinned noticeably, victory for incumbent President Azali Assoumani is far from certain.
Italy has become the first G7 country to join China's massive Belt and Road project. Debt-burdened Rome is eager to boost trade, but Washington and Brussels are uneasy about Beijing's global ambitions.
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The 1999 NATO bombardment of Serbia ended that country's violence against Kosovo Albanians.
The powerful American pro-Israel lobby faces questions as to the extent of its reach.
Ukrainians vote for a new president March 31. Some fear that false reports could influence the outcome of the election.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky could very well be Ukraine's next leader. What's the secret to his increasing success?
In today's European Union, bickering local elites rely on the support of global powers. Europe has been torn apart by competing factions, warns Ivaylo Ditchev, a cultural anthropologist from Bulgaria.
Reporters Without Borders and Mexican nonprofit Propuesta Civica have asked the court to prosecute two former Mexican presidents for criminal negligence in "crimes against humanity" — the deaths of over 100 journalists.
The Christchurch mosques where a gunman killed 50 people a week ago have reopened their doors under heightened security.
The parties to the Western Sahara conflict resumed negotiations in Geneva this week.
The US is set to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan. DW explains why the contested territory matters.
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