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Hatice Cengiz and US-based group DAWN have filed a civil suit, pursuing the Saudi prince and 28 others for damages. Khashoggi was murdered two years ago when he entered the Saudi consulate to obtain marriage papers.
The 'World's Women 2020 report' has found a severe lack of progress in women's rights and job market participation. The dire situation has only been made worse by the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns, the UN has reported.
The UN Secretary General has warned that the Sahel region is at a breaking point as donors pledged more that €1 billion to help the crisis-hit African region.
In a clash of the plastic clubs, RB Leipzig came out on top against Istanbul Basaksehir. Angelino was the matchwinner, as Leipzig demonstrated that they can go a long way in the competition once again.
Borussia Dortmund's first Champions League game of the new season ended in defeat in Italy, losing comprehensively to Lazio. The star of the show was Lazio striker Ciro immobile, once of Dortmund.
The Panama Papers leak exposed how some of the world's richest people hide their money. German prosecutors are looking for those behind the law firm at the center of the tax haven scandal.
Projections envision an overwhelming victory for the Movement for Socialism party in Bolivia's presidential election. After returning to power, how will MAS make good on its pledges?
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said the government will launch a study on racism within the police force after all. It appears the interior minister has finally relented, which is a good thing, says Hans Pfeifer.
Armed men have broken into a jail in eastern Congo and released almost all the prisoners. The local mayor said an Islamist militant group was behind the attack.
Washington and Moscow seemed poised for a breakthrough on limiting nuclear weapons with time running out on the 2011 New START treaty. Russia is now ready to freeze the number of nuclear warheads if the US does the same.
Google developed the world's most popular internet search engine. But now the company has landed in legal trouble for allegedly stifling competition and harming consumer choice.
The Lagos state governor decried "criminals" who allegedly infiltrated the nation-wide protests against police brutality in Nigeria. Amnesty International said they had received credible evidence of deaths.
The Lagos state governor has announced a 24-hour curfew, accusing 'criminals' of infiltrating the Nigeria-wide protests against police brutality.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel and the UAE were "making history in a way that will stand for generations." But Palestinians said the visit was "shameful" legitimizing Israeli occupation.
Mutter is not only one of the world's most celebrated violinists but also an advocate for human rights — and now the politics surrounding the coronavirus.
Massive student-led anti-government protests have rocked Bangkok over the past few days. DW spoke to several demonstrators about why they are protesting and what they aim to achieve.
International donors on Tuesday pledged to assist countries in Africa's Sahel region. The UN sounded the alarm over the millions in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger who are facing acute hunger during a militant insurgency.
Coronavirus infections have been surging in many European countries — including all of Germany's neighbors. Some could lose control of the situation. What countermeasures are being taken?
Amid a growing crackdown on opposition to Chinese rule, the leading activist is counting on international support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
The mosque had shared an online video condemning the teacher for showing his students cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. French authorities plan to shut the place of worship for six months.