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  1. Liberia elections: who will succeed President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf?

    10.06 / 09:09 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Liberia is heading to the polls on October 10 with twenty candidates on the ballot paper. The list includes a fashion model, a football icon, a warlord and a host of businessmen and career…
  2. Cardinal George Pell arrives at Melbourne court for sex abuse case

    10.06 / 09:09 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Lawyers will call about 50 witnesses, including former choirboys, at the historical sex abuse case against George Pell. The Vatican finance chief denies all the…
  3. Catalan police head appears in Madrid court for sedition allegations

    10.06 / 09:09 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Spain's national court has begun quizzing senior members of the Catalan police force. Later in the day, Prime Minister Rajoy will consult advisors over an impending unilateral Catalan declaration of…
  4. Russia is hacking and harassing NATO soldiers, report says

    10.06 / 05:17 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The latest efforts by the Kremlin to disrupt NATO deployment include face-to-face harassment of soldiers using personal data. Some experts have said these tactics can easily turn…
  5. UN ends peacekeeping mission in Haiti

    10.06 / 05:17 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The UN peacekeeping mission helped maintain order through 13 years of political turmoil and catastrophe. A new mission made up of about 1,300 international civilian police officers is set to replace the Blue…
  6. Russian hackers stole US secrets from NSA

    10.06 / 04:10 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Russian government-backed hackers stole US secrets on how to penetrate foreign computer networks in 2015. This after a National Security Agency contractor put highly classified information on his home…
  7. Report: Russia is hacking and harassing NATO

    10.06 / 04:10 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The latest efforts by the Kremlin to disrupt NATO deployment include face-to-face harassment of soldiers using personal data. Some experts have said these tactics can easily turn…
  8. Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein 'sorry' after sexual harassment claims

    10.06 / 01:55 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has apologized after a newspaper report accused him of sexual harassment over decades. Weinstein — who co-founded Miramax — has hired therapists and plans to take a leave of abs…
  9. Macron expresses concern over growing nationalist sentiment in EU

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The French president said the European Union cannot afford to go back to days of nationalism. He called for an EU-wide strategy to stem the rise of…
  10. War in Yemen: UN blacklists Saudi-led coalition for killing children

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The UN has added the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen to its annual list of shame for killing hundreds of children in 2016. But the world body noted that the coalition had put in place some measures to protect…
  11. Preschoolers die after being set alight in Brazil

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The children killed at the "Innocent People" nursery school were all under the age of five. Police are questioning the suspect's family to try and determine a motive for the…
  12. Renewed fighting in Syria intensifies, even in 'de-escalation zones'

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The UN warns that the seemingly indiscriminate bombings of hospitals, schools and civilians could amount to war crimes. Officials say it is the most brutal fighting since last year's gruesome battle for…
  13. After Las Vegas shooting, NRA calls for legal review of bump stocks

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The influential NRA gun lobby has called for a legal review of devices which allow semi-automatic rifles to act like fully automatic ones. The Las Vegas killer used them to kill 58 people and wound almost…
  14. Catalan separatist movement driven by more than just economics

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Some 700,000 people took to the streets in Barcelona to protest police violence during Catalonia's referendum. Now, separatists are hoping for a declaration of independence. DW's Mariel Müller reports from …
  15. Finland wins admirers with all-inclusive approach to defense

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Finland's comprehensive approach to keeping its population safe is seen as a model for Europe. Constantly honed resilience training prepares the country's military and civilians for deep freezes or deadly…
  16. How fake news spread in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Soon after the mass shooting in Las Vegas, conspiracy theories began circulating online that spread much faster than legitimate news reports. The business of fake news appears to be…
  17. Saudi King Salman makes historic visit to Russia

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Saudi King Salman has arrived in Moscow with a delegation, with several bilateral deals set to be signed. It is the first-ever visit by a sitting Saudi monarch to…
  18. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson rejects rumors of resignation

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has denied a report that suggested he spoke with Vice President Mike Pence about leaving his post. President Donald Trump condemned the report, calling it "fake…
  19. Catalonia to South Sudan: A world of separatist movements

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Catalonia is fighting to separate from Spain. It is just one of a number of regions around the globe to push for independence in recent years. DW looks at some of the world's more high-profile separatist…
  20. Donald Trump's threats cast shadow over Europe-Iran Forum

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    EU businesses are striving to expand trade with and investment into Iran. But US policy has added uncertainty to the already complicated but potentially robust economic relationship between the European Union and…