Former Indian prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has died, aged 93. Vajpayee was regarded as one of the most accomplished politicians of his time.
Many Syrian children have physical and psychological wounds. According to UN statistics, 80,000 have had to have limbs amputated. Those in Turkish refugee camps are trying to forget the traumas of war.
British farmers in Kent are worried ahead of Brexit. Many have accused the government of not being up to scratch in the negotiations. They would like another referendum.
Marcos grew up in the woods of Galicia with wolves. He thinks humans are the animals' greatest enemy. He considers himself half-wolf, half-human, despite living amid society over 50 years.
The far-right AfD has become the main opposition party in Germany's parliament. For four years, Franziska Schreiber was the right-hand woman of the party's former chairperson Frauke Petry. Now Schreiber has left the party -- and written a book.
More and more migrants are setting course for Spain and pushing the country to its limits. Their numbers have already tripled over those for all of 2017. Many look for jobs in Spain, competing with migrants already there.
The young student Elin Ersson stopped the deportation of an Afghan asylum-seeker on a flight from Sweden and triggered a debate on civil disobedience.
Despite worldwide protests and years of a ban on whaling, Iceland's fishermen are hunting fin whales again. But this time, not only are environmentalists objecting but ever more Icelanders. Whale watching is far more lucrative than whale hunting.
The first phase of US President Trump's economic sanctions against Iran has come into effect beginning August 7. It will affect Iran's automotive sector and its trade in gold and precious metals.
"If you want to have an impact in our society, you need to be aware of our history and our special sensibility as far as anti-Semitism is concerned," says Germany's anti-Semitism commissioner in The Interview on DW.
Theresa May has met Emmanuel Macron for talks on Brexit as the clock ticks down for a breakthrough in the process.
Zimbabwe's president calls from unity in the aftermath of a divisive election.
The devastating fires in Greece have largely been extinguished, but the disaster is far from over. The emergency services are still recovering bodies, and many people remain missing.
Can poetry land you in trouble? In some countries, yes. Dareen Tatour, an Arab Israeli poet, and Galal el Behairy from Egypt have both been arrested in their respective countries for their works.
The UK and EU face a 'messy divorce' if Brexit talks break down, Jeremy Hunt warned as Britain stepped up efforts to find a breakthrough.
The UK's human rights watchdog has been urged to investigate the Labour Party as pressure mounts over Jeremy Corbyn's handling of the anti-Semitism row.
A poll on Irish unity should not be held while uncertainty around Brexit remains, the leader of Sinn Fein has warned.
The leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland is to quit, blaming the powersharing impasse at Stormont for sapping his drive for the job.
The Trump administration has never raised this much concern for an individual.
Former cricketer turned politician Imran Khan declared victory on July 26 in the 2018 general elections and shared his vision for the country, pledging to safeguard the interests of its citizens.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator has blown a hole in Theresa May's Chequers plan by flatly rejecting a key element of her proposals for future relations following UK withdrawal.
As Bashar al Assad's campaign to reconquer Syria continues to gather momentum, his forces are now approaching the border with the Golan Heights.
Prime Minister Theresa May has told farmers at the Royal Welsh Show that Brexit offers agriculture a "real opportunity for the future".
In Ukraine, right-wing attacks on Roma families are on the rise. Critics accuse the state of not doing enough to protect them.
Denmark has banned full-face veils. Some traditional Muslim women now feel discriminated against. They fear it will make it impossible for them to leave their homes.
The remains of Spanish dictator General Francisco Franco are presently kept in a mausoleum, along with the remains of some of his former enemies. Their relatives find this outrageous.
US President Donald Trump meets with EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker amid concerns of a growing trade dispute between the two economies.
Dublin would back any request from the UK for an extension to the Article 50 process to give more time to negotiate withdrawal from the EU, Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney has said.
Jared O'Mara thanks MPs for their patience as he speaks for the first time in the House of Commons chamber since being elected in June 2017.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to change track and negotiate with the EU to ensure that Britain remains in "a brand new customs union" after Brexit in March.
Theresa May has brought her Cabinet to the North East for an away day at the Sage Gateshead music centre, which overlooks the River Tyne.
A former Catalan politician who has been fighting extradition to Spain has had her international arrest warrant formally withdrawn.
As Pakistan braces for the general elections on July 25, more than a hundred parties are taking part in the process.
Theresa May has taken a swipe at former foreign secretary Boris Johnson.
Ex-followers warn that the movement behind Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen could be turning into something like a sect. It aspires to a global Islamic society. Since the 2016 coup attempt, thousands of Gulen's followers have fled Turkey for Germany.
Frequent rockslides in the Alps are endangering whole towns in Austria. Climate change is to blame. In late 2017, the Austrian village of Vals narrowly escaped disaster when the mountainside collapsed and rolled up almost to the first houses.
The French national team's World Cup victory revives memories of France's glory days as the Grande Nation. Even supporters of the right-wing Front National are cheering the team as heroes, though many players have African roots.
The Prime Minister has made her first visit to the Irish border since the Brexit referendum.
The DUP's Ian Paisley begged his constituents to retain confidence in him during an emotional Commons apology for a major breach of parliamentary rules.
A record-breaking number of white supremacists and neo-Nazi/Nazi sympathisers are running for office.
Ontario's premier says his government will conduct "rapid" public consultation for a new sex-education curriculum.
US President Donald Trump has sought to "clarify" his public undermining of American intelligence agencies, saying he had misspoken when he said he saw no reason to believe Russia had interfered in the 2016 US election.
Former US president Barack Obama took aim at "strongman politics" in his highest-profile speech since leaving office.
Former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger has reignited his war of words with US President Donald Trump.
The Government narrowly avoids a Commons defeat on a Brexit Customs Bill.
US President Donald Trump has defended Russia over claims of interference in the 2016 presidential election.
US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, Sam Brownback, reportedly complained to the British Embassy about the treatment of English far-right activist Tommy Robinson.