Why lemon water in the morning is healthy
It’s a great way to start your day: drinking a glass of warm water with the fresh-pressed juice of half a lemon. It’s a practice that’s thought to have all s...
AfD's unlikely duo: Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel
The disenchanted Christian Democrat and the business-savvy political novice. How Alexander Gauland and Alice Weidel, respectively, became the far-right natio...
A caterpillar that eats and digests plastic in record time
In an accidental discovery, it has been found that larvae of the greater wax moth eat and digest polyethylene plastic bags in record time. Will this find sol...
Le Pen vs. Macron: Losing candidates reject far-right leader
France's defeated political establishment has begun to rally against the far-right leader Marine Le Pen as she goes head-to-head against political novice Emm...
Saxony men to walk after tying mentally ill man to tree
The judge said the defendants' guilt was negligible. The decision sparked heated discussion, with some saying the men had showed moral courage and others say...
More murder and violence in Germany
Germany's new crime statistics have shown a rise in violent crime, but fewer thefts and break-ins. During a Berlin press conference, Interior Minister Thomas...
Swedish police arrest second suspect over truck attack
Authorities have arrested a second man in connection with a truck attack in Stockholm that killed four people. Swedish police had been looking for accomplice...
Africa to pilot world's first malaria vaccine
Programs beginning next year in Ghana, Malawi and Kenya will test the vaccine's effectiveness in children. The trial was announced ahead of World Malaria Day...
German crime statistics reveal steep rise in violent and ...
Germany has recorded a significant rise in politically motivated crimes by foreigners, including jihadis. The report revealed that rise of migrant criminal s...
Vaccine gaps 'cause measles outbreaks' in Europe
A new study has found that cases of the highly contagious disease have jumped significantly in the past year. Adults are poorly informed about their own vuln...
Disappointed refugees driven to prostitution
German NGOs have claimed that a growing number of migrants are having sex with older men for money. InfoMigrants spoke with these NGOs to learn more about th...
Euro jumps as Macron becomes front runner
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Why cheap fashion remains deadly
The collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh that killed more than 1,100 workers was a wake-up call to the industry. Four years after the dis...
France faces existential questions ahead of final vote
More than half of French voters did not choose Macron or Le Pen in the first round. For some, voting in the run-off goes against their ideals, while others s...
Unruly fans prompt probe against Frankfurt, Cologne, HSV
A smokebomb and obscene banners in the stands could land three Bundesliga clubs in hot water with Germany's football association. The DFB is considering puni...
Russia's new White Swan Tu-160 bomber plane raises seriou...
An upgraded version of the strategic Tu-160 bomber aircraft, also known as the "White Swan," is to be passed into service only in 2022 in the amount of 30-50...
Kenya's hunger crisis fuelled by history of rural neglect
War-torn South Sudan and Somalia are being badly hit by East Africa's hunger crisis. But in Kenya, which is at peace, millions also need food aid. Critics bl...
Can Le Pen actually win?
No sooner had Marine Le Pen taken to the stage to greet her adoring supporters than the rest of the French political system was already moving against her.
Britain's oldest ballerina is STILL showing off her dance...
A SPRIGHTLY 91-year-old who started dancing at the age of 12 and still practices her routines is believed to be Britain’s oldest ballerina.
Meeting with Council of Legislators
Vladimir Putin met with members of the Council of Legislators of the Russian Federation Federal Assembly. By tradition, the meeting took place at the Tauride...
EU sanctions on Russia over Crimea to stay: Mogherini
The EU's top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has told Russia that while the bloc wants closer ties with Moscow, there are undeniable problems. The Russian fore...
EU stands firms on Crimea sanctions against Russia
The EU's top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has told Russia that while the bloc wants closer ties with Moscow, there are undeniable problems. The Russian fore...
Germany pays too little attention to current anti-Semitis...
An independent report, supported by politicians across the spectrum, has concluded that more needs to be done to fight modern forms of anti-Semitism in Germa...
'Europe is NOT the EU' Le Pen's defence chief wants Frexi...
FRANCE wants to follow Britain’s lead by leaving the European Union and regaining its national sovereignty, Marine Le Pen’s defence advisor hailed.
Far-right leader face novice centrist in final round
Polls have closed in France's bitterly divisive presidential election. Early projections suggesting who may have made it through to the runoff are expected s...
LBC caller accuses EU of pushing 'VERY unhappy' citizens ...
THE EUROPEAN UNION should start listening to its “very unhappy” people, according to one LBC listening caller after 40 per cent of French voters backed Euros...
From prostitutes in Bangladesh to Libyan fighters: award-...
The Sony World Photography Awards, the world's largest photography competition has selected 30 photographers for 2017. Two Germans, Sandra Hoyn and Peter Fra...
Win or lose, is Le Pen a nightmare for EU?
France goes to the polls Sunday to vote in the first round of its presidential elections. The campaign has been dogged throughout by scandals, gaffes and sur...
Should Le Pen worry the EU?
France goes to the polls Sunday to vote in the first round of its presidential elections. The campaign has been dogged throughout by scandals, gaffes and sur...
Macron: Next surprise president?
He was once the subject of mockery in French political circles -- now it appears that Emmanuel Macron could have the last laugh.
Annual Goldman Environmental Prize awarded to grassroots ...
A former child soldier and a Guatemalan evangelical pastor are among this year's winners of the prestigious award, which recognizes activists from each of th...
China's Southeast Asia investments: A curse or a blessing?
For Southeast Asian countries, an increased economic cooperation with China can be a double-edged sword. Beijing's investment initiatives are not only aimed ...
China's Southeast Asia investments: A blessing or a curse?
For Southeast Asian countries, an increased economic cooperation with China can be a double-edged sword. Beijing's investment initiatives are not only aimed ...
‘We don’t want to be part of Europe the country’, says he...
BRITAN does not want to be part of “Europe the country”, a hedge fund managing Leave campaigner has declared.
REVEALED: How millions of Brits could be descendants of V...
MILLIONS of Brits could be descendants of Vikings - especially if their surname ends in 'son', according to experts.
Vile arsonists torch car forcing family who were sleeping...
A POLICE manhunt is underway for a pair of callous arsonists that torched a mobility car and set a house ablaze - forcing a family to flee for their lives.
Several refugees drown off Greek coast, others start hung...
The sinking of an inflatable boat has claimed at least six lives off Lesbos, the Greek island whose refugee camps have been slammed by Pope Francis. At one c...
Refugees drown off Greek coast, others start hunger strik...
The sinking of an inflatable boat has claimed at least 15 lives off Lesbos, the Greek island whose refugee camps have been slammed by Pope Francis. At one ca...
'Abusive' Nastase suspended from tennis
Ilie Nastase may have retired from tennis 32 years ago, but he appears to be still more than living up to his old nickname "Nasty."
Germany accepting fewer Afghan asylum seekers
In the first two months of 2017, Germany has granted asylum to only 48 percent of Afghan migrants, local German media has reported. This is a drop of 30 perc...
'It's a NEW world' Far-left French party leader refuses t...
HARD-LEFT ex-French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon hit out at 'globalist' Emmanuel Macron warning the world is changing.
Germany's Gabriel visits Jerusalem as Israel remembers Ho...
Germany's foreign minister is to arrive in Israel, where he will join in events marking Holocaust Remembrance Day. He is also to meet with Israeli and Palest...
Barbra Streisand at 75: A girl from Brooklyn makes it big
She won over both Hollywood and Broadway, amassing a loyal following among fans as she did so. Even at 75, Barbra Streisand still sees herself as the girl ne...
How French cartoonists reacted to the election results
After Sunday's first-round vote, it is now clear that either the centrist Emmanuel Macron or far-right candidate Marine Le Pen will be the next president of ...
Love Parade criminal trial will go ahead, court rules
A court in Germany has decided an involuntary manslaughter trial of 10 people in connection with the Love Parade tragedy will go ahead. A lower court had las...
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Now you can interact with DW Africa wherever and whenever you want. Just register with our WhatsApp service and you can send or receive texts, audio and vide...
Germany's DAX hits all-time high on France, Ifo index
Germany's blue-chip share index has surged to a record as investors were relieved by the success of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, with risin...
Here are the U.K.’s key election candidates and what they...
Japan to test-drive teleworking ahead of 2020 Olympics
Tokyo's famously congested public transport system will face added pressure during the games, so the government is pushing firms to break with tradition and ...
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