The EU could be set to impose tougher sanctions on Moscow after NATO accused Russia of sending hundreds of troops into Ukraine. Germany's foreign minster warned the situation in Ukraine could be slipping out of control. Go to article
Fiji says 43 of its soldiers abducted on Thursday in the Golan Heights while working for the UN are safe. Germany has demanded the peacekeepers' release. Go to article
The United States has slapped sanctions on more than 25 individuals and businesses linked with Iran. The US suspects them of having helped Tehran expand its nuclear program - or evade existing sanctions. Go to article
British authorities have increased the perceived threat of a terror attack in the UK to "severe," the second-highest available level. Prime Minister David Cameron attributed the change to developments in Iraq and Syria. Go to article
Senegal has recorded its first case of Ebola in an outbreak that continues to spread through West Africa, Dakar's health ministry said on Friday. The disease has now killed more than 1,500 people this year. Go to article
Germany's top court has said searches conducted against a former lawmaker facing child pornography charges were constitutional. However, they may have violated Sebastian Edathy's parliamentary immunity. Go to article
The inflation rate in the eurozone continues to drop and almost hit a five year-low in August. At the same time, the jobs crisis isn't easing, adding to pressure on the European Central Bank to do more to spur growth. Go to article
Latin America's largest economy, Brazil, has recorded negative growth for the second quarter in a row. But the government downplayed what's a technical recession by definition, saying other indicators were much better. Go to article
The Mercedes Formula One team has said it has punished Nico Rosberg after the German collided with teammate Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix - but said the pair could still fight on track for the championship. Go to article
A comfortable Borussia Dortmund lead almost evaporated at the death in Augsburg, but Jürgen Klopp's side managed to score their first points of the Bundesliga season. Prior to the late implosion, several BVB stars shone. Go to article
A Russian parliamentarian and human rights observers are demanding Russia finally admit its own soldiers are fighting in Ukraine. The soldiers are risking their lives, they say, in an undeclared war.
In a guest piece for DW, Tate Nurkin of IHS Jane's Defence, says NATO face huge tasks at its Wales summit. It must energize allies and tackle the Russian push into Eastern Europe as well as take a crucial longer view.
After their persecution by the "Islamic State," many of Kurdistan's 600,000 or so Yazidi are looking to leave Iraq, threatening to further diminish the community that has been native to the region for thousands of years.
Germany is likely going to deliver weapons to Iraqi Kurds to help stop the advance of 'Islamic State' fighters in Iraq. DW takes a look at the most pressing questions.
Are we ready for Ebola? It's a question the German media have been asking for weeks. Frankfurt Airport has come under particular scrutiny due to its size. But could Frankfurt really be an entry point for the disease?
As the Ebola death toll surpasses 1,500, West African health ministers have met in Ghana for crisis talks. They are all united in the fear of the virus spreading; and yet, each country faces individual challenges.
The European Union is in desperate need of a unified foreign policy as well as a strong foreign minister, veteran EU parliamentarian and foreign committee head Elmar Brok tells DW.
With civil war raging in Syria and IS-terrorists rampaging through Iraq, Turkey is struggling with a flood of refugees. Many have been integrated, but Turkish resentment is growing and many challenges remain.
Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif is still in power after weeks of anti-government protests in the capital Islamabad. But experts say that he has been cut down to size, and the country's military is back in the driving seat.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is turning 50. Here's a look at its hits - and misses.
DW's Alexander Kudascheff sees few good options for the West in Ukraine.
We are building more fossil fuel power plants than ever before, leading to increased carbon dioxide emissions, a new study says. That's bad news for plans to keep global temperatures from rising.
Nuclear bomb tests contaminate soils, while nuclear accidents and X-rays are a direct threat to our health. At a world summit this week, doctors called for more protection and awareness.
Consumer activity is steady, but business investments are on hold as growth forecasts stagnate.
German sides Wolfsburg and Mönchengladbach have received their group opponents in the Europa League. Gladbach will expect to get through the first stage, while Wolfsburg has been drawn against tough opponents.
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