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  1. Study: German media extremely negative about Trump

    05.25 / 15:45 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    There are few positive news reports about Donald Trump in the US. The coverage of German public broadcaster ARD is even harsher, according to a new Harvard study. But experts are criticizing the report's…
  2. Nigeria-Cameroon joint efforts to fight piracy

    05.25 / 14:44 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Cameroon and Nigeria have intensified ther efforts to fight piracy and banditry along the Gulf of Guinea. And as a result of these joint operations, the number of hijackings have drastically fallen…
  3. Iran says has built third underground missile factory

    05.25 / 14:44 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    A Revolutionary Guard commander has said Iran constructed a third underground factory to make ballistic missiles. The development is likely to fuel further tensions with the United…
  4. Pakistani military feeling the Trump pressure

    05.25 / 12:43 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The Trump administration has slashed its foreign military assistance to Pakistan and is contemplating converting it into a loan in its budget. Does it imply the US no longer needs Pakistan's counterterrorism…
  5. Rwanda: Elections 'will not be rigged'

    05.25 / 11:45 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    In two months time, Rwandans will go to the polls to elect a new president, and according to the country’s electoral commission, the ground has been set for a smooth electoral p…
  6. Tokyo Motor Show losing its luster

    05.25 / 11:45 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    With more international car manufacturers prioritizing rival events in Chinese cities like Shanghai and Beijing, the Tokyo event is rapidly becoming a domestic-focused, second-tier show. Julian Ryall…
  7. Sieren's China: All for love

    05.25 / 08:54 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Lovestruck couples have been celebrating Valentine's Day in China this week. The country's millennials are only just about old enough to go on dates, but for the men it's an expensive affair, says DW's Frank…
  8. Hong Kong rejects credit downgrade over links to China

    05.25 / 07:47 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Hong Kong has lashed out at Moody’s after it downgraded its credit rating over the city’s links to China. Moody’s cited "tightening" of economic and political ties between the mainland and semi-autonomous city…
  9. German school students find human skull in Cologne forest

    05.25 / 04:43 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The gruesome discovery will hopefully shed new light on the mysterious identity of a dismembered torso which local youths found last year on the banks of the Rhine…
  10. UN's Guterres: Trump budget would make UN peacekeeping 'simply impossible'

    05.25 / 03:34 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The proposed cuts would reduce the UN peacekeeping budget by more than $1 billion USD. The US currently pays for more than one-fourth of the UN peacekeeping…
  11. Brazil's Temer deploys military to quell violent protests

    05.25 / 01:12 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    A small group of protesters set fire to an agricultural ministry building in Brasilia. Several other official buildings were evacuated in the wake of mounting protests demanding President Michel Temer step…
  12. Teenagers understand little about money - OECD

    05.24 / 22:47 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    A study of some 48,000 15-year-olds suggests that a quarter of teens struggle with simple personal finance tasks. The OECD says many youngsters lack the necessary education to make informed…
  13. Czech president appoints new finance minister, ends political crisis

    05.24 / 22:47 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    A political crisis in the Czech Republic has been resolved with the replacement of Finance Minister Andrej Babis - one of the country's richest people. Babis' ANO party is expected to win October…
  14. 'Do not create heroes,' says media researcher after Manchester attack

    05.24 / 20:41 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    How has the Manchester attacker been portrayed? Media scientist Joachim Trebbe has seen many variations. Usually - but not always - media coverage after attacks follows the rules of a free…
  15. Is Libya a failed state?

    05.24 / 18:41 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    With multiple governments, a collapsing economy and local militias competing for power, is Libya a failed state? Our guest is Martin Kobler, Head of the UN Support Mission in…
  16. Trump's policy of isolation against Iran

    05.24 / 18:41 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    After US President Donald Trump's Middle East tour, it was clear that he seeks to further isolate Tehran, despite all the current sociopolitical changes the country is undergoing. How should Iran's president…
  17. German lawmakers call off Turkey visit as row escalates

    05.24 / 18:41 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    A German parliamentary delegation has cancelled a trip to Turkey after authorities there said that the group would be unwelcome. It’s the latest row to hit increasingly strained relations between the NATO a…
  18. Blast hits Jakarta bus terminal

    05.24 / 17:42 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    An explosion has struck a crowded public transport terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. The attack occurred days before the beginning of the Muslim holy month of…
  19. Twin blasts hit Jakarta bus terminal

    05.24 / 16:43 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Two explosions have struck a crowded public transport terminal in the Indonesian capital…