The chief of NATO has labeled Russian President Putin's allegation of a NATO legion in Ukraine as "nonsense." The government in Kyiv has placed all Ukrainian territory on high alert amid the worst fighting in months.
France, Germany and Britain are the EU countries with the largest contingent of foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq, according to new data from the first Munich Security Report. Even more fighters stem from Russia.
Newly elected anti-austerity party Syriza wants some of Greece's debt forgiven. No way, say the eurozone's finance leaders.
Kurdish fighters and a monitoring body have reported that "Islamic State" fighters have fled the Syrian-Turkish border city of Kobani. Apart from sporadic fighting on the outskirts, the area was said to be secure.
The World Health Organization has said it will adopt a number of reforms, including creating a contingency fund to respond to crises. The moves come amid criticism of its slow response to the recent Ebola outbreak.
The head of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, has called for reform amid criticism of the body's response to the Ebola crisis. She warned against complacency despite progress in fighting the epidemic.
Starvation, torture, murder: The horrors that millions of people experienced in the German concentration camps are indescribable. DW's Naomi Conrad met survivors who returned to Auschwitz 70 years after its liberation.
The mayor of New York has warned residents to brace for what could be the worst snowstorm in the city's history. This came after meteorologists warned that a "crippling" blizzard was headed for the Big Apple.
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After the fall of Monguno to Boko Haram, Nigeria’s military said it was carrying out airstrikes in a bid to reclaim the northeastern town. The Islamists staged multiple attacks as they seek to extend their control.
Reports related to an increasing presence of "Islamic State" in Afghanistan are on the rise. For a country already shaken by terrorism, these reports are a nightmare for many Afghans.
At least 15 people have died in unrest across Egypt on the anniversary of the 2011 uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak. The clashes follow the death of a woman at a left-wing protest in Cairo on Saturday.
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