The corruption scandal surrounding soccer's world governing body continues to make headlines. But more than 24 hours aftersenior FIFA officials were arrested, the man seeking another term as president was not to be seen.
With tensions running high over disputes in the South China Sea, Beijing has outlined a strategy to boost its naval reach. DW speaks to analyst Nong Hong about China's motives and the implications for the region.
The four-month wrangle to clinch a new deal between Greece and its international creditors remains unresolved. Greek optimism has been rejected as unsubstantiated by EU officials, the IMF and Germany.
Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition have bombed a headquarters for Houthi rebel troops in Yemen's capital Sanaa, killing more than 40 soldiers. The deadly attack comes after peace talks were indefinitely put on hold.
Chinese trains have become so good that Germany’s Deutsche Bahn, wants to buy them. According to DW Columnist Frank Sieren, the railway can no longer afford to give preferential treatment to German companies.
Besides claiming over 8,600 lives, the recent Nepal quakes caused massive damage to property and livelihood. DW spoke to the ADB's Chandan Saptoka about the economic impact of the disaster and the cost of reconstruction.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has launched an offensive to reclaim territory from extremist Islamist group ISIS. The terrorist organization has also been fighting elsewhere in the Middle East, including Syria.
NATO's secretary general has pledged that the Western military alliance will uphold the "territorial integrity" of Europe. Jens Stoltenberg also described Russia's recent behavior as "deeply troubling."
The deadly crash of a Germanwings jet has regulators not just in Europe thinking about how to prevent such mishaps. Now the US regulator has said it has plans to study pilots' mental health.
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The race for the next African Development Bank (AfDB) head is on. Eight candidates are contesting for the job. The incumbent Donald Kaberuka’s second term will end at the end of the year. Who will be his successor?