The comment comes as EU foreign ministers and members of the Arab league meet in Cairo to discuss the Syria crisis. But there was further proof on Tuesday, that Syrian leader Bashar al Assad's troops don't intend to give up.
The small-scale Stellar communications company in Germany is reeling from revelations that it may have been hacked by GCHQ and the NSA. DW travels to the Cologne suburb of Hürth to try and find out why.
Indonesians are gearing up to elect a new parliament on April 9. With the campaign in full swing, the polls indicate that the opposition Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle has the best chances of victory.
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen has called for greater NATO backing of the Baltic states amid the Crimean dispute. Meanwhile, the head of NATO has warned of Russia’s sizeable troop presence near Ukraine.
Michael Hayden has issued an apology to Germans in an interview with news magazine Der Spiegel. Yet he said he had no regrets about the NSA's surveillance practices, only that the group failed to keep its actions secret.
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