The US president has signed a memorandum ordering a ban on bump stocks used to make semi-automatic rifles fire like automatic weapons. The man who killed 58 concert-goers in October 2017 in Las Vegas used a bump stock.
The son-in-law of one of Russia’s richest men has admitted to lying to investigators about interactions with a former Trump campaign member. The move increases pressure on former Trump aides to cooperate with Mueller.
The deployment of pro-Syrian government forces raises the prospect of clashes with Turkish forces in Afrin. Soon after the convoy arrived, Syrian state media reported that Turkey had targeted them with shellfire.
DW takes a look at the various rebel groups fighting with the Syrian government outside Damascus.
Syrian pro-regime troops have launched a large-scale attack on the rebel-held Ghouta, with the death toll soaring.
Outlining his first steps to tackle corruption, the new South African president told parliament he plans to screen the lifestyles of future government officials. He also spoke up over the deadly Marikana miners' strike.
A weekly magazine in Austria has said it found an anti-Semitic fraternity songbook similar to the one found in January. The fraternity's chairman is reportedly an aide of the country's far-right transport minister.
Marion Marechal-Le Pen, the niece of far-right National Front leader Marine, will speak at CPAC, taking the stage after US Vice President Mike Pence. Moderate Republicans have expressed concern at the invite.
The Polish prime minister's mention of "Jewish perpetrators" during the Holocaust has sparked outrage in Israel. DW spoke with Ronen Bergman, the Israeli journalist whose question prompted the controversial remark.
In a rare UN speech, Mahmoud Abbas has called for an international mechamism to solve the Israel-Palestine conflict. The Palestinian leader slammed the US, which he said could no longer be the sole peace mediator.
Three people have been detained in connection with August's terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils. The arrests were made in the French regions of Gard and Tarn, following a joint French and Spanish police operation.
Stockholm attacker Rakhmat Akilov has pleaded guilty to carrying out last April's truck attack. Akilov said he wanted to pressure Sweden into ending its support for the fight against "Islamic State."
The German parliament's military commissioner has published a report sharply critical of Germany's combat-readiness. The problem comes amid the country's increasing involvement in military missions abroad.
Bayern Munich can already start thinking about the quarterfinals after they dismantled 10-man Besiktas at the Allianz Arena. Thomas Müller and Robert Lewandowski were the stars of the show, each bagging a brace.
Barcelona will fancy their chances of progressing to the Champions League quarterfinals after Lionel Messi ended his drought against the English champions. The Argentine's strike canceled out Willian's opener.
The European Commission is mulling concrete counter-measures, should the United States impose high tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, newspaper reports have indicated. Brussels has no intention to just sit still.
Europe's highest court looks set to rule against what environmentalists see as an attack by Poland's nationalist government on the continent's oldest forest.
For the first time, the Social Democrats are now even less popular than the anti-immigrant AfD.
Germany has won gold, silver and bronze in the men's Nordic combined, sprinting to victory after six athletes broke away from the pack. Meanwhile, the German men have advanced to the quarterfinals in ice hockey.
Midway through the Berlin International Film Festival, here are the works that have been most praised by the critics.
From a comic book villain to Jesus, Willem Dafoe has portrayed every possible role during his career. With 100 movies in his filmography and counting, the Berlinale awards the American actor an honorary prize.
Along with sexual harassment in the film industry, there's a huge gap in female representation in the media.
An American transport startup has inked a deal to build a Hyperloop system connecting the Indian cities Mumbai and Pune.
Babies born in countries with poverty, conflict or weak institutions are dying needlessly, a UNICEF report finds.
Germany's highest civil court says that an online portal for ranking doctors must remove the name of a disgruntled physician. The case could serve as a precedent for future disputes.
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