Nothing was found on your request

Deutsche Welle

Europe should keep its defense within NATO, says Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has told DW that European defense efforts should remain within the alliance. Stoltenberg also criticized Russia over its SSC-8 missile program, saying it

Stan Lee who co-created Spider-Man Marvel Comics has died

Stan Lee, the pop-culture revolutionary who co-created Marvel Comics, has died. Lee was responsible for creating such comic superheroes as Spider-Man and The Hulk.

Amnesty International takes back its highest honor from Aung San Suu Kyi

London-based global human rights organization Amnesty International has stripped Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi of their highest honor, the Ambassador of Conscience Award. The cause is her

Bulgaria opposes UN pact for safe and orderly migration

Bulgaria has said it opposes a UN pact on regulating the treatment of migrants and refugees. A growing number of EU states are voicing their reservations about the historic global agreement.

Gaza-Israel tensions flare after night of violence threatening ceasefire hopes

A precarious ceasefire has been threatened by an Israeli undercover raid on Gaza and an ensuing firefight. Missiles have been fired across the border in both directions, with a number of casualties.

Germany's list of 'safe countries of origin' and what it means

People from Germany's list of "safe" countries rarely have the right to asylum. DW looks at what the list means with regard to asylum law in Germany and why some view parts of it with skepticism.

DRC: Cracks open after opposition unites behind Martin Fayulu

Congolese opposition party UDPS has rejected Martin Fayulu as the main opposition candidate a day after he was picked. Now there are doubts whether the alliance will stand the test of time until the

Healing the ozone layer: A ray of hope for planet Earth?

After a decades-long ban on harmful ozone-depleting chemicals, the ozone layer is finally healing. Could this be a model for tackling other environmental problems like climate change?

Original parts of Berlin Wall unveiled in Bangkok

29 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Thailand's capital Bangkok now also has a work of art made from original pieces of the wall.

Key Bangladeshi opposition group to contest December elections

Bangladesh's general election has been delayed after a decision to include a new alliance of opposition parties led by former PM Khaleda Zia's BNP. The ruling Awami League (AL) could now face an

100 years of women's suffrage in Germany: A long road ahead

At celebrations marking 100 years of women's suffrage, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned against setbacks in women's rights. The fact Germany has a female chancellor "must not be an alibi"

Separatist leaders voted back in disputed east Ukraine election

Voters in east Ukraine have confirmed in office interim leaders of two rebel-held regions. The polls, denounced by Kyiv and the West, are widely seen as tightening Moscow's grip on the territories.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas calls for China transparency over Uighur Muslims

Despite warnings from China that Germany should not interfere in its internal affairs, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas called on Beijing to be transparent about the human rights conflict surrounding the

Opinion: Over and done with

Horst Seehofer plans to step down as head of the Christian Social Union. His days as Interior Minister appear numbered too, but not before he tries to take the chancellor down with him, writes DW's

Artificial intelligence in medicine: The computer knows what you need

Nowadays, artificial intelligence is driving advances in medical technology. Its applications are diverse. AI can sniff out diseases, give therapy and do much more. DW looks into how the tech is being

Bayern Munich won't buy in January – but should they?

Despite sitting in fifth, seven points behind Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness has said the club won't buy in January. But with a host of major issues in the squad, do they need

Afghan diplomat seeks asylum in Germany

The identity of the Afghan diplomat who had recently applied for asylum in Germany has been revealed to DW. His case comes at an awkward time for Germany's Interior Ministry.

Why is India 'Hinduizing' cities' Muslim names?

Despite criticism from civil society, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has renamed a number of Indian cities. Experts say the drive could seriously dent India's secular image. Murali Krishnan reports

UN chief: Destroying Yemen's Hodeida port would be 'catastrophic'

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called on the warring factions in Yemen to engage in peace talks. Recent clashes in the port city of Hodeida have exacerbated the world's worst humanitarian

Is the EU kowtowing to the Kremlin on Magnitsky sanctions?

Bill Browder has spent nine years campaigning to punish Russian officials responsible for killing his friend Sergei Magnitsky. He hopes Moscow's increased aggression will convince Europe it's time to