Germany has seen a significant spike in supporters of the anti-state Reichsburger movement. Dirk Wilking of the Brandenburg Institute for Local Community Advice spoke to DW about the group and what threat it poses.
After weeks of protests that pushed Armenia to the brink of crisis, the country now has a new prime minister. But locals at Yerevan's Firdaus Market are fighting for their existence — and for a government they can trust.
Chinese state media has reported that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un paid a second visit to China to hold talks with President Xi Jinping. The meeting comes ahead of the planned summit between Kim and Donald Trump.
Developments to date on the Korean Peninsula have been swift and positive, but the real test of peace and security in Northeast Asia hinges on what each side is willing to cede ground on when the two leaders meet.
Despite numerous hurdles, overseas Malaysians are racing against time and an implausible deadline to cast their votes in what is regarded as the country's most crucial election yet.
The AfD politicians refused to take any questions from a journalist from Germany's most popular tabloid. The far-right party has repeatedly accused the press of biased coverage.
Berlin admitted shortcoming in its efforts against racism, xenophobia, and discrimination during a UN human rights review. While many UN members raised issues with Germany, others praised it for taking in refugees.
Belgian politicians and animal rights activists have slammed the gassing of 20,000 chicks at Brussels airport. The animals were meant to be flown to Kinshasa. Airport firefighters refused to take part in the killing.
Local health officials have reported a number of patients showing symptoms of hemorrhagic fever and deaths in the affected area. The disease has resurfaced nearly 10 months after the end of an earlier outbreak.
Blockchain can trace everything from green supply chains to emissions cuts, enable green energy trading and convert plastic waste into cash. A host of initiatives and start-ups are getting in on the technology.
Peymana Assad, whose parents came to the UK as refugees 25 years ago, is playing an active role in British politics. In an interview with DW, she talks about her political activities and far-right extremism in Britain.
Despite terror threats by al-Shabab insurgents, life in Somalia is relatively calm thanks to the peacekeeping forces. DW's Frank Yiga in Kampala visited the capital Mogadishu, and also toured the countryside.
Two people have been killed and multiple passengers injured in a collision between a freight train and a passenger train in the southern German state of Bavaria. Police have arrested the on duty traffic controller.
Buyers interested in WWII history and who aren't afraid of rolling up their sleeves are in luck. German authorities are selling part of the destroyed Ludendorff Bridge or "Bridge at Remagen" to the highest bidder.
Hezbollah grew stronger in Lebanon's parliamentary election – an alarming result for the entire region.
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World No Tobacco Day 2018 will focus on the impact tobacco has on the cardiovascular health of people worldwide.
Tobacco use is an important risk factor for the development of coronary heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease.
Despite the devastating harms of tobacco to heart health, and the availability of solutions to reduce tobacco-related death and disease, knowledge among large sections of the public that tobacco in one of the leading causes of CVD is low.