Google revenues rose strongly in the second quarter, driven by an increase in the number of paid clicks on ads, and profits per share were also up year-on-year. Analysts see promise in Google's 'moonshot' technologies.
Cancer doesn't have to be an inevitable destiny. Scientists know exactly what triggers the disease. And everyone can do something against the biggest threats.
NASA has announced repairs for the International Space Station (ISS) to fix the cooling system. The repair will delay further cargo deliveries until the new year.
As the new school year starts in Europe, there are children living unparalleled lives in Lebanon. Traumatized and vulnerable on the streets, the few makeshift schools try to provide a semblance of normalcy.
Germany’s decision to phase-out nuclear power leaves the country isolated worldwide. China has taken over as the global trendsetter regarding atomic energy, says DW’s columnist Frank Sieren.
What will happen to Edward Snowden after a year of asylum in Russia? He is apparently negotiating his return. But the Ukraine crisis is decreasing Obama's room to maneuver while US media interest is waning.
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The White House has described the shelling of a UN school in Gaza as "totally indefensible," adding that Israel appears to be responsible. Meanwhile, the US has offered to replenish Israeli grenade and mortar supplies.
With an increasing rate of anti-Semitic demonstrations and violence, some young German Jews no longer feel safe in their home country. Many are starting to wonder what the future holds for them.
Poles are encouraging countrymen to eat apples as part of a social media push to protest Russia's ban on Polish produce. Poland says the law is punishment for it supporting the latest round of EU sanctions.
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