Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has warned Saudi Arabia's rulers they face "certain downfall" for their close ties with the US. Iran's pragmatic president instead called for more cooperation to tackle the region's issues.
A UK newspaper alleges that the brother of suicide bomber Salman Abedi plotted to attack the UN's special envoy to Libya. The plan to kill German diplomat Martin Kobler was prevented by Libyan authorities.
The G7 declaration will give US President Donald Trump time to decide whether to keep the US in the Paris climate agreement. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has described the discussion on climate as "very unsatisfying."
A Washington-based news site reports that US President Trump has told "confidants" he will quit the landmark climate agreement. The uncertainty over Washington's position riled other leaders at the G7 summit in Italy.
Emergency aid has started reaching the Sri Lanka flood victims as rescue teams continue to reach out to marooned people, taking advantage of slightly improved weather. Floods and mudslides have claimed some 146 lives.
The US has accused Chinese aircraft of reckless behavior in international airspace after they intercepted an American surveillance plane. China's Defense Ministry rejects the claims - and has made accusations of its own.
The UK's flagship carrier has blamed an "IT system issue" for the cancellation of all flights out of London's main airports. Authorities advised travelers not to head to airports as delays continued for a second day.
Periods, menstruation, the "curse": Who manages to talk about this nonchalantly? The aim of Menstrual Hygiene Day is to help overcome embarrassment and shame. Let’s talk openly about periods – all over the world.
Fresh protests have erupted in parts of Kashmir after Indian security forces killed Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a top militant leader, in a gunfight. Will Bhat's death be a turning point in India's counterterrorism efforts?
Douma has been under siege by President Bashar al-Assad's forces since October 2013. Air and ground attacks have caused extensive damage to the town. Firas Abdullah reports on life in Douma.
Borussia Dortmund have broken their silverware drought, winning the German Cup final at the fourth consecutive attempt. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sealed the win with an ice cool penalty.
A Libyan jihadist group said by the USA to have been behind the 2012 Benghazi attack on its consulate has declared its "dissolution." Ansar al-Sharia said its decision followed defections and various setbacks.
In a pep talk to soldiers, Duterte jokingly told them they were free to rape up to three women each. The soldiers are enforcing marshal law in the southern third of the Philippines in response to Islamist attacks.
Police have detained a man who allegedly shouted anti-Muslim slurs at two women before stabbing men who intervened.The Council of American-Islamic Relations decried a massive increase in Islamophobic incidents in the US.
The AfD's Alice Weidel has compared the wearing of a hijab to apartheid. "The headscarf doesn't belong in Germany," the right-wing candidate for chancellor said in an interview.
For a long time, Qatar has been facing accusations of being too closely associated with the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Islamist groups. The US has voiced criticism of these allegiances as well.
Newcomers to Germany face a variety of challenges when searching for a job. Several refugees told InfoMigrants about their struggles finding employment in Germany.
This G7 summit could have been the end of the alliance. But six of the participants managed to contain the seventh.
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The ex-Yugoslav state of Montenegro is about to become the newest member of the NATO alliance, despite the country's long-running ties with Russia. Moscow is not putting up much opposition to the move, experts told DW.
The annual Africa Festival in Würzburg, Germany, offers many musical highlights from the African continent. This year, young artists from Senegal and Cape Verde are the main attractions.
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Refugees are often forced to start with nothing when they arrive in a new country. In the UK, a social enterprise is helping professionals to rebuild their lives by sharing their skills, reports Bethan Staton.
Humans and great apes parted ways in Africa with the development of the first pre-humans, many experts believe. But there might be a completely different explanation: Are the Balkans the cradle of humanity?
Millions of Muslims across the world have begun observing Islam's holy month of Ramadan. But what is it about? DW examines the religious observance and what it means for the faithful.
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