The political party has always maintained an anti-Brexit stance, but they have now taken an unequivocal position. If they win a general election, they will revoke the decision to leave the European Union.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is using Syrian refugees as a bargaining chip to blackmail the EU. Europe must step up and decide how to react — before it is too late, says DW's Barbara Wesel.
Dozens more are still missing as rescue teams frantically search for survivors in the Godavari river in eastern India. The boat was carrying more than 60 passengers when tragedy struck.
Imams and rabbis from across Europe are attending a summit in Italy organized by the Muslim Jewish Leadership Council. Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and right-wing populism are all topics they'd like to address better.
Designated EU justice commissioner Didier Reynders faces a Belgian probe into contracts, including an embassy building project in Kinshasa, two Belgian papers say. Reynders has been Belgium's foreign minister since 2011.
Israeli lawmakers have given the go-ahead to a small settlement in the West Bank, following an election campaign pledge from PM Benjamin Netanyahu to annex the Jordan Valley to Israel if he wins Tuesday's polls.
Just hours before his arrest, the opposition journalist told DW he feared he would soon be behind bars. Independent journalists in Cuba face arbitrary arrest, threats and psychological attacks, Quinones said.
The leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran are to meet again to strike a deal over the last rebel-held enclave in Syria. DW provides an overview of the catastrophic situation in Idlib.
A boat carrying passengers and cargo has capsized in the Congo River near Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Kinshasa. The case is currently under investigation by national police.
Boris Johnson has vowed that the UK will escape the EU's chains on October 31 just like the comic book hero if no new deal is reached. The British prime minister is due to hold fresh talks in Brussels on Monday.
The Red Cross has fully resumed operations in Afghanistan after the Taliban said they had agreed to "new promises in humanitarian aid." The militants also pledged security guarantees for aid workers.
Independent candidate Kais Saied has pulled ahead as frontrunner in Tunisia’s presidential vote. It was the country's second democratic presidential election.
Pro-democracy protesters are demanding former colonial power Britain take a stronger stance against China to preserve Hong Kong's special status. Demonstrators also clashed with police in defiance of a protest ban.
The kingdom's oil production has dropped by 5.7 million barrels a day after Saturday's drone strikes on two processing facilities. As Riyadh and Washington point the finger at Tehran, the price of oil is set to rise.
Torrential storms in Spain have destroyed homes, swept away cars, and left three dead. Entire towns are under water after the worst rains in 100 years.
A high-ranking RCMP officer has been arrested for attempting to disclose classified information to a foreign entity. The man's arrest is connected to a major Russian corruption case.
Individuals and companies alike donated about €2.4 million to plant almost 1 million trees in the Scandinavian country. The fundraising event was described as the first of its kind to focus on the climate.
Thus far, the West has been reluctant to criticize the Ukrainian comedian-turned-president. But, with some reforms he has instigated appearing anti-democratic, a clear response is now needed, Roman Goncharenko writes.
77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. Those 77 percent can shape the continent’s future.
Fighting violence against women in South Africa. In a country where a woman is killed every three hours, women are saying enough is enough! And in Zimbabwe the row between government and the familiy of former President Mugabe appears to be settled. Plus: Busting some rhymes in Bamako! Mali's most famous rapper takes us on a tour of his hometown.
Turkey and Europe both fear renewed hostilities in Syria, which could lead to an increase in Syrian refugees.
DW News Asia with Biresh Banerjee, 13 September 2019: Is Hong Kong using colonial era laws to scare pro-democracy protesters? Our correspondent speaks to those with first hand knowledge. We also look at the challenge from desertification in India and how to stop it. And the Indonesian woman riding a fine line between a deadly stunt and proving a point.
A village on the outskirts of Manila is dealing with the plastic waste in a unique way.
Pakistan faces a serious challenge when it comes to providing education to the nation's children.
Iran's foreign minister has defended his country's plan to downgrade its commitment to the 2015 nuclear deal.
The move has enraged the refugees, who depend on mobile phones to communicate with their relatives in other countries.
Many young girls in the Philippines believe that success in beauty pageants could lift them out of poverty.
Argentina's economic crisis has taken a turn for the worse. Investors are already fearing a repeat of the 2001 default.
Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku has called on football authorities to do more to combat racism.
In a bid to ease overcrowding, the Greek government has transferred asylum-seekers to the mainland.
The Taliban have stepped up attacks in recent months to strengthen their negotiating position, their spokesman told DW.
Security personnel stormed a subway car at the weekend, using batons and pepper spray on passengers.
After a night of clashes with police, protesters have blocked access to the city's airport.
German politicians took part in ceremonies in Poland marking the start of World War II.
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Rising sea levels threaten the existence of many slum-dwellers in Manila.
A new Mexican firm is developing solar thermal energy for companies -- without greenhouse gases.
In a training camp for activists, young people learn how to peacefully fight for a cause.
Gonzalo Palomino Cruz is 13 years old and lives in Ollantaytambo, near Cusco in Peru.
An Armenian NGO advises companies on how to make production sustainable but still affordable.
Biologist Hana Raza hoped that the persan leopard did survive the fighting in Northern Iraq.
The Mara River flows through Kenya and Tanzania - a precious resource that is gradually dwindling.
A group of women succeed in building up a business in the Karakoram Mountains’ patriarchal society.
Rahma Khaled didn’t let Down syndrome stand in her way. She’s now an anchor for the channel DMC.
The leaders of West African nations have announced a plan to combat the growing problem of Islamist violence in the region. Jihadi groups have strengthened their presence across the arid Sahel region this year.
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