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North Korea: Kim's sister outraged by leaflets from South

5 hours 12 min ago
Kim Jo Yong, the North Korean leader's sister, has called South Koreans sending balloon-borne leaflets over the border "scum." She hinted that the North might resume sending trash-filled balloons to the South.

In Tunisia, those running for office risk repression

5 hours 37 min ago
In the run-up to Tunisia's October presidential election, authorities are stepping up their crackdown on potential candidates and critics of the incumbent president, Kais Saied, who has yet to announce his candidacy.

Church banks: Who uses them?

5 hours 40 min ago
Some of the many banks that operate in Germany belong to churches of different denominations. Customers are not, however, required to make a profession of faith.

France holds Bastille Day festivities before Paris Olympics

6 hours 18 min ago
France remembers the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789 every year on July 14, a key event in the French revolution. This year's celebrations come after a turbulent snap election and ahead of the Paris Olympics.

Eyewitnesses at Trump rally: Fear, confusion and questions about security

6 hours 24 min ago
At first nobody realized it was gunfire, eyewitnesses told journalists at the Trump rally in Pennsylvania where there was an apparent attempt on Donald Trump's life.

In report, Israel’s military says it failed to protect civilians in southern Israel

12 hours 22 min ago
The Israeli military released the first of a series of investigations into the October 7 Hamas attacks. Findings show multiple failures by the military in Kibbutz Be'eri.

Donald Trump tells Americans to 'stand united' after attack

15 hours 12 min ago
Donald Trump says he was hit in the ear at a Pennsylvania rally. The FBI has taken the lead in the investigation. President Biden and politicians of all stripes said there was "no place" for political violence in the US.

Donald Trump targeted in 'assassination attempt,' FBI says

15 hours 12 min ago
Donald Trump says he was hit in the ear at a Pennsylvania rally. The FBI has taken the lead in the investigation. President Biden and politicians of all stripes said there was "no place" for political violence in the US.

Germany: Police search rural Bavaria after dead body found

17 hours 13 min ago
Police are scouring Herrsching am Ammersee near Munich after finding a pensioner's dead body and signs of homicide. Helicopters, canine units and divers were mobilized but no arrest followed on the first day.

US: Donald Trump 'safe' after being rushed off rally stage

17 hours 46 min ago
A Donald Trump rally in the US has been interrupted by several loud noises that sounded like gunshots. Trump appeared to have blood on his face afterwards. The Secret Service said he was "safe" and it was investigating.

Slovakia: At least 15 hurt as storm hits music festival

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 23:39
Thunder and strong gusts of wind damaged a large tent and staging at the Pohoda festival in the western city of Trencin.

US: Famous sex therapist 'Dr. Ruth' dead at 96

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 22:19
Ruth Westheimer, known around the world for her frank talk on sex and sexuality, has died in her New York home. A Holocaust survivor and Israeli sniper in her youth, she achieved fame as a radio host in the US.

Poland: Miner found alive two days after tremor

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 21:38
The man, who was trapped underground for two days, was one of 78 in the mine when it was hit by a rockburst tremor. The rescuers reportedly had to manually sift through the rubble to reach him.

Extremists in northern Mozambique use rape as a weapon of war

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 20:39
Forced marriages of girls are common in Cabo Delgado. NGOs report that minors are abducted and systematically forced to marry members of extremist groups.

Jihadis in northern Mozambique use rape as a weapon of war

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 20:39
Forced marriages of girls are common in Cabo Delgado. NGOs report that minors are abducted and systematically forced to marry members of jihadi terrorist groups.

UK: Man arrested in Bristol over bodies found in suitcases

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 18:34
A man left two suitcases near an iconic bridge in western England. The luggage was later found to contain the remains of two bodies.

Wimbledon: Krejcikova beats Paolini in Ladies' Singles final

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 17:55
Barbora Krejcikova and Jasmine Paolini have finished their match at Center Court in front of a star-studded audience. It was the first Wimbledon singles final for either of the athletes.

Ukraine updates: Kremlin warns of risk to European capitals

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 17:54
US missile deployment in Germany could make European capitals targets for Russian missiles, Kremlin spokesman warns. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrives in Ireland. DW has more.

German lay judge challenges a headscarf ban in court

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 17:53
A German Muslim woman has been barred from working as a lay judge because she wears a headscarf which was alleged to be in violation of the requirement of neutrality. The matter is now before the constitutional court.

Russia: Kara-Murza lawyer visits jailed Kremlin critic

Sat, 07/13/2024 - 17:52
Prominent Kremlin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza has been in a Siberian prison since April 2023. In early July, he was 'hospitalized' and completely cut off from the outside world for over a week.

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