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Daily Bulletin 21.04.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Borussia Dortmund bombing
Court rules BVB suspect can be kept in pre-trial detention
A preliminary hearing has ruled that a 28-year-old German-Russian suspect in the Borussia Dortmund football bus bombing can be kept in detention awaiting trial. Police suspect he bet on a fall in the club's share price.
French police tighten election security after Paris shooting
Investigations are ongoing into a suspected terror attack on Paris' Champs-Elysees, which killed one police officer and injured three others, including a German tourist. The French PM described it as an attack on Europe.
Reports: US preparing charges against Assange, WikiLeaks
Media reports suggest that US prosecutors are preparing charges against WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. The move comes a month after the group revealed secrets concerning the CIA's cyber espionage tools.
Dortmund attack: 'A new criminal quality'
The individual that attacked Borussia Dortmund's bus sought to drive down the team's share prices and enrich himself. Economist Max Otte talks with DW about how the plan failed, and the fact it is an isolated incident.
Where will Europe's mega-election year 2017 leave the Left?
Left-of-center parties are facing potentially disastrous elections in France, the UK and Germany in 2017. DW asks if we are seeing the final nail in the coffin of social democracy?
Cameroon restores internet to English-speaking regions
English-speaking parts of Cameroon are now back online as the government in French-speaking Yaounde overturns an internet blackout, which damaged the local economy and triggered a free speech campaign.
Mosul: The battle for Iraq's future
Three-fourths of the Iraqi metropolis have been freed from "Islamic State." As anti-IS forces advance on the northwestern city of Mosul, what's needed is a political strategy.
Voters describe intimidation in Turkey's referendum
Turkey's referendum to expand presidential powers passed by a slim margin, but results are marred by claims of electoral fraud, which the government has so far dismissed. Diego Cupolo reports from Ankara.
Tennis: Djokovic dumped out in Monte Carlo quarters by Goffin
Novak Djokovic's very shaky season continued as he was beaten by the Belgian 10th seed 6-2 6-3 7-5. The Serbian has now been knocked out early in his last four tournaments.
Bundesliga Live: Cologne vs. Hoffenheim
Hoffenheim are inching closer and closer towards qualifying for their first Champions League campaign. They are playing at Cologne on Friday. Follow all the Bundesliga action with DW's live blog.
Dortmund coach Tuchel hails arrest of suspect in bomb attack probe
Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel has said the arrest of the man apparently responsible for this month's bomb attack on the team bus before a Champions League game could help players and staff overcome the trauma.
Manchester United face Celta Vigo, Ajax meet Lyon in last four
English powerhouses Manchester United have been drawn to play Spanish club Celta Vigo in the semifinals of the Europa League. In the other last-four clash, Dutch team Ajax meet Ligue 1 side Lyon.
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Inside Europe 20.04.2017
Britain prepares for a snap election.Divisions in Turkey following a referendum to extend Erdogan's power. Italy inaugurates its first Muslim think tank. Parallels with Hungary's communist past bring more protestors on to the streets. How welcoming refugees and migrants in Greece is changing lives. And from electric cars in Norway to cycling in Strasbourg, we celebrate green modes of transport.

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