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16.05.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Ukrainian Defense Minister tells DW Minsk agreement 'only alternative' for Donbass
Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak has spoken to DW following meetings in Berlin with his German counterpart. Poltorak said the Minsk agreement was the 'only alternative' to fighting with Russia.
'Minsk agreement is the only alternative to fighting'
Pence: Ukraine has 'unwavering support' of US
Ukraine cuts electricity to rebel areas, Russia steps in
Merkel, Putin aim to ease diplomatic tensions in Sochi
Two years after Minsk agreement, peace continues to elude Ukraine
Trump defends intelligence sharing, but Russian media call report 'fake' news
US President Donald Trump says he had an "absolute right" to share intelligence with Russia. However, Moscow-based media contradict reports that Trump revealed classified information to Kremlin emissaries at all.
McMaster: 'Trump did not cause lapse in national security'
StudioTalk: Trump intelligence scandal – Irwin Collier
Trump revealed classified info to Russian officials, Washington Post reports
Hillary Clinton returns to politics with launch of new organization
White House movie theater opens to public
Trump: 'Fast decision' possible on new FBI director
Ex-FBI chief declines invitation to testify on Russia probe, says US senator
Iran reformist Eshaq Jahangiri drops out of election race, backs President Rouhani
Reformist candidate Eshaq Jahangiri, a deputy to President Hassan Rouhani, has dropped out of Iran's presidential election days before the vote. The widely expected move was likely to boost support for the incumbent.
Iran before the Election
Iran: Young urban voters stick with Rouhani
Iran: Who are the presidential candidates?
Presidential elections will 'seriously shape' Iran's foreign policy
Iranian politicians flock to controversial social media in election campaign
Angry coal miners attack car of Iranian president
Elections in Iran: 'Clear the path for a woman to become president'
Ahmadinejad barred from re-running for Iran presidency
Germany's highest court rules IP addresses may be saved in interest of cybersecurity
Cybersecurity takes priority over a person's data protection rights in some cases, the Federal Court has ruled. This specifically refers to the right to save IP addresses as defense against cyberattacks.
US Treasury Sectretary: Ransomware attack is a remainder of the importance of cybersecurity
Cybersecurity and Human Rights: How can we protect the internet?
German Federal Court to decide whether the government can store user IP addresses
The countries with the most secure servers
Could EU-Singapore trade ruling make for slow Brexit?
The EU's top court has ruled that national parliaments have the right to veto an EU free trade deal with Singapore. The decision could impact the UK's strategy as it seeks to quickly hammer out a Brexit trade agreement.
Scotland: Fears of losing EU workforce
German companies want a soft Brexit
UK opposition leader Corbyn unclear on Brexit status
EU negotiator Barnier reveals plan for Brexit talks
EU, ASEAN ready to restart free trade talks
EU, Singapore wrap up free-trade talks
EU leaders adopt Brexit guidelines at Brussels summit
Germany to deliver more submarines to Singapore
Germany and Singapore have inked a contract on the delivery of two more submarines for the Asia Pacific nation. Countries in the area have all stepped up their efforts to strengthen their navies.
How do submarines work?
Home-grown talent preferred in Singapore
Australian navy buys French-designed subs
Iran to profit from Israel's submarine deal with ThyssenKrupp
France fines Facebook over 'targeted advertising'
French regulator CNIL has penalized the US social network for failing to protect its users' data, with the fine being relatively modest, but marking a new phase in the spat between Facebook and the EU.
Facebook targets 'insecure' youth
The power of algorithms
German consumer rights win court victory against Facebook
Germany bans WhatsApp data transfer to Facebook
US and EU scramble for new data-transfer deal
The German military and its troubled traditions
The German army has been rocked by widening revelations about far-right sympathizers in its ranks and a lingering devotion to the Nazi-era Wehrmacht. So how does the Bundeswehr deal with its history?
Germany terror arrest - Interview with Marc Lindemann, military analyst and a former Bundeswehr intelligence officer
Germany's von der Leyen: rename army barracks honoring WWII-era officers
Germany promises army reforms after neo-Nazi terror plot
Report: Top German officials on terror suspects hit list
What draws right-wing extremists to the military?
Berlin orders barracks to be searched after Nazi-era symbols discovery
Jan Ullrich takes sporting director post at Cologne cycling race
Former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has announced that he is returning to cycling. Ullrich, who was banned for doping five years ago, is to become the sporting director of a major race in Germany.
German cyclist Jan Ullrich found guilty of doping
Former cyclist Jan Ullrich admits to doping, German magazine reports
Former Germany player Tripp: 'Draisaitl on his way to becoming a top-10 NHL player'
Germany face Latvia in a game that will decide who will advance to the quarterfinals of the worlds. DW asked former Germany player John Tripp for his views on the tournament and the prospects for the German team.
Ice Hockey World Championship: Home cooking for Germany's biggest NHL star
NHL star Draisaitl to join national team for worlds
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