Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the Israeli army will continue its work to destroy Hamas tunnels under the Gaza-Israel border, regardless of a ceasefire. The Israeli army has also called up more reservists. Go to article
An international team of investigators has reached the site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine. This is the first time in almost a week that experts have been able to reach the site due to fighting. Go to article
Sierra Leone has declared a public health emergency to tackle the worst epidemic of Ebola in history. President Ernest Bai Koroma has said epicenters of the virus will be quarantined for at least two months. Go to article
A British judge has said that Russia has a case to answer to at the formal opening of a public inquiry into Alexander Litvinenko's death. Britain deny any political link between the inquiry and the crash of flight MH17. Go to article
Manila has begun preparing to evacuate citizens from Libya amid mounting violence after a Filipino worker was beheaded and a nurse gang-raped. Greece sent a warship to pick up citizens, while Spain removed embassy staff. Go to article
Rescue workers have continued to search through the debris following a mudslide in western India that killed dozens of people. The search is being hampered by the sort of torrential rain that set off the mudslide. Go to article
Turkish nationals are voting at polling stations in Germany in their country's presidential election. This is the first time that Turks living abroad have been able to vote outside the country. Go to article
Settlement talks in New York with a small group of creditors, seeking to avoid Argentina defaulting on its debt, have failed. But Argentina disputes whether it is in default, despite ratings agency S&P's downgrade. Go to article
Poles are encouraging countrymen to eat apples as part of a social media push to protest Russia's ban on Polish produce. Poland says the law is punishment for it supporting the latest round of EU sanctions. Go to article
After Argentina's 'selective default' experts wonder if regulators will declare it insolvent. That would be controversial since the country paid its dues and investors are confident they will receive their fair share.
Israel's ground offensive against Gaza is excessive, Israeli writer Amos Oz tells DW. But he also criticizes Hamas' strategy, in which both Israeli and Palestinian victims boost the organization's standing in Gaza.
Israel is saying it will only stop its attack once it has destoyed every tunnel built by Palestinian militants. Thousands of additional reservists have been called up, with the government undeterred despite internatonal criticism.
With an increasing rate of anti-Semitic demonstrations and violence, some young German Jews no longer feel safe in their home country. Many are starting to wonder what the future holds for them.
Russians appear to be calling the shots among the separatists in Eastern Ukraine. Men from Moscow occupy many of the key positions in the People's Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk.
There has been a swift and sharp response from Russia to EU and US sanctions over Ukraine.
Robert Mugabe was re-elected as president of Zimbabwe one year ago. Since then, he has done very little: his party is dominated by a power struggle over who will succeed him.
As the new school year starts in Europe, there are children living unparalleled lives in Lebanon. Traumatized and vulnerable on the streets, the few makeshift schools try to provide a semblance of normalcy.
Rescuers have been looking for survivors all night long - but in vain. At least 23 people were killed by Wednesday's landslide, which buried the village of Malin, located near the city of Pune in western India.
Germany's refusal to take in Snowden shows a lack of political courage, writes DW's Jens Thurau.
What began in 1990 with six bands and about 800 visitors is now the world's biggest heavy metal festival. Fans are swarming the northern German village for a top-notch lineup.
Not only the Nazis, but also socialist East Germany systematically seized artwork from individuals to sell for valuable Western currency. A recent restitution case gives hopes to the heirs of the dispossessed collectors.
Bee populations are in decline, forcing some farmers to pollinate crops by hand. DW spoke with Dave Goulson, a bumblebee specialist at the University of Sussex, about how to face this threat to the global food supply.
Amid growing concerns over rising sea levels, this year's Pacific Islands Forum summit has started. Its Secretary General Tuiloma Slade reiterates that climate change threatens the viability of the forum's member states.
Find an open field. Add a DJ and some beer. Call a few friends. Poof! You've got an open air party. Back in the 1990s, open airs were ubiquitous in Berlin. Now they're illegal - so Berliners are getting creative.
Germany’s decision to phase-out nuclear power leaves the country isolated worldwide. China has taken over as the global trendsetter regarding atomic energy, says DW’s columnist Frank Sieren.
After Germany's senior squad won the World Cup, the under-19s have impressed at the European Championship. Who will be the next Bastian Schweinsteiger or Mesut Özil? We look at the German football stars of the future.
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