Borko Vukosav says he was born in one country with two alphabets, three languages, four religions, five nationalities, and six republics. Yugoslavia no longer exists, but its stories come to life in his images.
British police say two further arrests have been made in connection with the attack outside London's Parliament that killed four people. They also gave the birth name of the man behind the rampage as Adrian Russell.
A Russian broadcaster has refused a Eurovision offer for song contest entrant Yulia Samoylova to appear by satellite link in the Ukraine-staged final, calling it "peculiar." The singer had been barred entry to Ukraine.
A decade in the making, the bold, architecturally striking Museum of the Second World War finally opens in Gdansk - but its view of history is being challenged.
Reactions of investors worldwide have varied amid a delayed vote on US healthcare reform, whose passage is seen as crucial to Donald Trump's ability to push through his growth agenda.
The European Union will prevail, despite its 60th birthday crises, predicts German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble. He's also criticized Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel for intimating that Greece will get more money.
On March 24, 2015 the Germanwings disaster sent shockwaves through Germany. Two years on, victims' families face legal hoops, which are worsening the grieving process, one victim's father tells DW.
The father of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who crashed a Germanwings plane in the French Alps, says his son was not depressed at the time of the disaster. Victims' families have criticized the timing of his announcement.
Chinese premier Li is currently in Australia to strengthen bilateral ties. Both nations see their partnership as primordial to present a unified stance against the protectionist tendencies sprouting up around the world.
The German government wants to toughen how it deals with asylum seekers, but critics and experts say that deportation is often cruel and costly. This issue made for a heated debate in the Bundestag on Thursday.
A new report says the UN's incremental approach to reducing emissions is all wrong. The effort needs to come on strong early - and lessons can be learned from the evolution of computing.
Conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon has accused the French socialist government and president of leaking his financial affairs to the press. Fillon has been formally charged with embezzling public funds.
Lima is still reeling from the flooding and mudslides that have left Peru's capital in a state of emergency. With more rain predicted, the situation is becoming increasingly desperate as Jurriaan van Eerten reports.
Fourteen countries from North and South America have issued a plea for Venezuela to "re-establish democracy" by releasing political prisoners and holding national polls. An economic crisis is crippling the country.
The world has got only four months to save millions of people in Yemen and Somalia from starvation, the International Committee of the Red Cross says. The ICRC's Ewan Watson tells DW it is time to ring the alarm bell.
Russian opposition politician Denis Voronenkov has been shot dead in Kyiv. He was a key witness in a case against former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
The micro-blogging service plans to offer an advanced Tweetdeck experience with more powerful options for businesses and power uses under efforts to broaden its revenue base in view of dwindling advertising income.
In light of the London attack, statements from an anti-IS meeting appear nearly prophetic, writes DW Miodrag Soric.
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Members of the US "alt-right" appear to have developed a taste for British literary classics. But how do they think this will help the white nationalist cause?
Turkish-German relations have arguably reached a historic low point. DW explains what's behind the conflict over the Turkish president's accusations of "Nazi practices" in Germany.
DW's in-depth look at relations between Berlin and Ankara
Londoners and visitors joined in solidarity in a vigil on Trafalgar Square to commemorate the victims of a terrorist attack near the British Parliament. The violence claimed four lives and left some 40 people injured.
The city of Duisburg has approved plans to build a designer outlet center on the property where 21 people died in a stampede in 2010. Families of the victims worry about what that would mean for a memorial.
Scientists in Germany have launched their massive "Synlight" device, billed as the largest artificial sun in the world. The researchers hope that the rig will help them synthesize hydrogen for fuel.
The confectionary company, known for its popular "Gold Bear" gummy candies, is set to build its first manufacturing site in the US - a move that would avoid a likely Trump import tax hitting Haribo's business.
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