Many young US immigrants have gone on a fast against President Trump's decision to scrap DACA. The program protects illegal immigrants who entered the country as children.
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More than one hundred thousand Rohingyas have fled Myanmar after a military crackdown. DW's Debarati Guha asks how long they will have to struggle for their identity?
It's been two years since Angela Merkel's surprise move to allow hundreds of thousands of refugees to apply for asylum in Germany. Some thought it could hurt her at the polls, but as the vote approaches, she remains in pole position.
Buthaina Mansour was the sole survivor of a bombing in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, that killed her entire family. An image of her trying to open her eyes despite her injuries has gone viral on social media as a symbol of solidarity with the people in the war-torn country.
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The devastation of the flooding in Houston cannot be fully measured, says DW's Sonya Angelica Diehn. But it should work as a wake-up call for politicians to act on climate change - especially to US President Donald Trump.
For over 1,400 years, Muslim men in India have been using the custom of "triple talaq" to divorce their wives. A recent verdict by the Supreme Court bans the practice, bringing relief to millions of Muslim women in the country.
After ten days Donald Trump has fired Anthony Scaramucci. He was the new communications director for the US president.
The Polish government has proposed reforms aimed to increase its influence over the judiciary.
The British royal family usually avoids politics. But could this visit be timed to build bridges in the wake of Brexit?
The scandal over Russian meddling is a distraction from the toxic agenda of Trump's White House.
This photo was taken just after Angela Merkel said Europe cannot fully rely on the US. DW's Mara Bierbach loves the US. She hopes that President Trump will not permanently damage US-international relations.
Javier Valdez made enemies by writing about drug cartels. He became the sixth journalist to be killed in Mexico in 2017.
For several nights, thousands of young people in Serbia have been protesting against Prime Minister Aleksander Vucic.
Images of war and terror are almost all the world sees of Afghanistan these days. But with the arrival of spring, joy and hope rejuvenate the capital, as it celebrates Nowruz, says DW's Nabila Karimi-Alekozai.
Yuliya Samoylova calls it a lifelong dream to sind at the ESC. But as it’s taking place in Kyiv, it may not come true.
For decades FARC guerilla fighters were not allowed to have romantic relationships. Now they are catching up.
Women can't change tires? "Of course we can," says DW's Manasi Gopalakrishnan.
Divas do share! Adele and her little gramophone - for DW's Sertan Sanderson, it is the #DWmypic of the week.
President Trump issued an executive order and Yalda Zarbakhch suddenly couldn't travel to the US any more. The German-Iranian DW reporter finds solace in a picture from Chicago's O'Hare airport.
#DWmypic: Abu-Bakarr Jalloh says that the people from Gambia can hope for better times.
Trump's son-in-law is going to be a senior adviser to him. DW's Nancy Isenson says Trump appears to have trust issues.
People are still dying in Aleppo, and there are not enough doctors in the Syrian city. DW's Falah Elias has described what is happening as ethnic cleansing and has asked what the international community is doing about it.
Football is considered the biggest passion in Brazil. After soccer team Chapecoense's tragic plane crash, a whole nation is mourning. DW journalist Philip Verminnen is devastated, too.
Donald Trump shows that he will govern as he campaigned: unpredictably and with many contradictions.
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