Ukraine says it is hoping to hold new truce talks after negotiations planned for Friday were postponed. Pro-Russian rebels have vowed to push on with a new offensive if negotiations collapse.
A renewed border conflict between Israel and Lebanon has left people on both sides divided. Many are worried about what the future will bring. Juliane Metzker and Tania Krämer report from Beirut and Jerusalem.
Fifty-four people were arrested Friday night after clashes during a demonstration in Vienna, Austria. About 5,000 people were protesting against a ball sponsored by the right-wing Freedom Party of Austria.
A chemical weapons expert working with the terrorist group "Islamic State" has been killed in a US airstrike. The Pentagon expects his death to temporarily dent IS capabilities.
The meeting of the EU's interior and justice ministers in Riga has once again shown that when it comes to dealing with the growing Islamist terrorist threat, the EU is slow to react. Too slow, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
Construction on China's massive infrastructure projects hasn't slowed. Even though the economic benefit is waning, DW columnist Frank Sieren says these projects are still China's best showcase for the world market.
Hardly any other country has been so scarred by war and crisis as Lebanon.
Less than a week into its first term, Greece's new government is taking aggressive steps to keep anti-austerity campaign promises. Athens has refused entry to "troika" auditors as part of its latest move.
A trial has begun of a man accused of kidnapping and murdering a six-year-old boy in 1979, in New York City. The disappearance of Etan Patz is one of the country's most famous missing child cases.
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Schools in Liberia had been due to reopen on Monday (02.02.2015) after being closed for some six months due to the Ebola epidemic. The education ministry says preparations are not yet complete.
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