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Shoukry met with speaker of the US house of representatives to give him an overview on the economic, social and political conditions in Egypt
In a pre-recorded TV address, the crown prince has formally accepted parliament’s invitation to become Rama X, the country’s new monarch. King Vajiralongkorn succeeds his late father, who died in October
A tougher immigration policy was Donald Trump’s signature campaign issue. But how many of his bold promises can he actually turn into reality as president? DW asked two immigration experts
Despite warnings that a victory in Italy’s referendum could lead to banks crumbling and political stalemate as traumatic Brexit, Italy’s “No” camp is ignoring the doomsday scenario. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
Former Cuban leader and icon Fidel Castro has died at the age of 90
An Ariane 5 rocket will deliver four new Galileo satellites into orbit on Thursday. This will bring the number of operational satellites for the European prestige project to 18, with 12 more to follow.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is hosting Barack Obama in Berlin for the last time in his presidency; they will have plenty to discuss as frequent Merkel critic Donald Trump prepares to govern the US
Chancellor Angela Merkel is hosting Barack Obama in Berlin for the last time in his presidency.
The majority of Turkish officials, reported to be military employees at NATO bases in Germany, have refused to return to Ankara despite orders.
Defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has called for a more inclusive US after a very divisive election. Clinton didn’t mention Trump’s name but addressed her deep disappointment at the defeat
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has told US President-elect Donald Trump that the city is “fearful” of his incoming administration
The US president-elect’s view of the Syrian conflict has remained one of his few consistent positions.
Speaking about recent protests in the US following his election win, Trump said that they are being incited by the press
Defeated Democratic candidate for the US presidency Hillary Clinton has made her concession speech
Speaking alongside vice president Joe Biden, president Barack Obama promised a ‘well-executed’ handoff of the presidency to president-elect Donald Trump
Angered by the president-elect’s discriminatory remarks, protesters warned of the rise of “white nationalism”
Japan and Russia are pushing ahead with new plans to develop infrastructure and industry in the Russian Far East, but analysts believe that Tokyo’s hopes for the return of disputed islands off Hokkaido will be dashed.
A criminal court has fined the country’s exiled opposition leader for claiming the prime minister’s Facebook page had been inflated by fake “likes.”
In Brussels, American expats and people from around Europe are eagerly waiting for news on the US elections.
The US presidential election is a complicated and drawn-out process. To make sense of it all, DW has put together a primer with the key things to watch for on election night.When do results come in?
From the Syrian carnage to North Korea aggressively upping its nuclear arms program, a slew of global challenges await Barack Obama’s successor.
The latest polls have put Hillary Clinton slightly ahead of Donald Trump as the candidates wrap up a round of final rallies.
A group of academics and lawyers has written to prosecutors to complain about “false statements” made ahead of the UK referendum vote on June 23.