US President Donald Trump is pressuring Europe to take back its citizens who were captured in Syria while fighting for the Islamic State group. It's high time the continent address the issue, says DW's Matthias von Hein.
Famous folk singer Saban Saulic lost his life when a hatchback he was riding in collided with a larger car in northwest Germany. The driver of the other vehicle was driving intoxicated and without a license, police said.
In an interview with DW, Singapore's Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen downplayed concerns over a major confrontation emerging in the region and said that calling China a regional hegemon was a matter of opinion.
Foreign ministers from EU member states addressed Trump's call for European countries to repatriate foreign Islamic State fighters captured in Syria. They also discussed the situation in Venezuela and in Yemen.
The former president is being investigated on suspicions of money laundering tied to shady real estate dealings. Corruption is a major political topic in the Maldives, which has parliamentary elections on the horizon.
A Swedish activist who livestreamed her attempt on board a plane to stop the deportation of an Afghan man has been found guilty of breaking aviation laws. But the student did avoid a potential jail term.
A group of lawmakers has broken away from Britain's main opposition party and launched The Independent Group. The ex-Labour MPs cited dissatisfaction with Jeremy Corbyn's leadership and intolerance within the party.
The man who became synonymous with Germany's insistence on austerity during the eurozone debt crisis wants the bloc to have a common budget and finance minister. He also thinks decision-making should be streamlined.
The government of embattled acting President Nicolas Maduro has barred five European parliamentarians from entering the country. They had been invited to visit by Maduro's rival for power, Juan Guaido.
A gunbattle with militants in disputed Kashmir has left four Indian troops dead. It comes just days after the worst attack on government forces in the region's history, to which India promised a jaw-dropping response.
A cyberattack this month targeted the Australian Parliament's computer network. Prime Minister Scott Morrison reassured Australians that the country's electoral infrastructure was not affected by the hack.
Rubio said it would be a crime against humanity to not let US aid flow into Venezuela. A fierce supporter of acting President Juan Guaido, he has been a central architect of White House policy toward Nicolas Maduro.
Poland has threatened to pull out of the Visegrad Group summit in Israel after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested Poles cooperated with the Nazis. The four-state group is a key element in Israel's diplomacy.
Shops shut and roads stayed empty across India-administered Kashmir three days after a car bombing killed 41 soldiers. New Delhi has vowed reprisals following the worst attack on its security forces in three decades.