A French processing company is in the spotlight over the horsemeat scandal that's sweeping Europe. The government in Paris has accused a firm called Spanghero of knowingly selling horsemeat as beef. The company denies the allegation.
Although nostalgia is big business in Britain, the country has long struggled over how to remember World War I because of the huge loss of human life. As the centenary approaches, a war of words has broken out.
Talks between Iran and six world powers will "move to the next phase" in May. Officials have expressed optimism on reaching a comprehensive deal that would end sanctions in exchange for curbing Tehran's nuclear program.
Caught between euphoria and incredulity: How did the Germans experience the outbreak of World War I? DW takes a look at the hearts and minds of Germans 100 years ago. This week, General Helmuth von Moltke.
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