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18.05.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Speeding vehicle crashes into pedestrians in New York's Times Square
A vehicle has jumped the curb in New York City's famed Times Square, killing at least one person. Several others were injured, and police have closed off the area.
A speeding car rammed pedestrians in New York
Speeding car rams into pedestrians in NY: DW's Maya Shwayder from Washington
Are Europeans getting used to terror attacks?
London police arrest man with knives near Westminster on suspicion of terrorism
Opinion: Always wait for the facts when evaluating possible terror attacks
German government demands action on Amri cover-up
State police in Berlin have been accused of trying to hide mistakes made in their investigation of Berlin Christmas market attacker Anis Amri. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere called the allegations "unheard of."
Berlin's state police under fire in Amri case
Berlin terrorist Anis Amri was a known drug dealer
Political fallout after Berlin Christmas market attack inquiry
German police predicted Berlin terror attack nine months prior
Berlin terror cell nabbed after arrests in Italy and Germany
Turkey calls for removal of US anti-IS coalition chief
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has called for the removal of Brett McGurk, the senior US envoy to the coalition against so-called "Islamic State." He said McGurk has indirectly supported Kurdish militants.
Trump, Erdogan seek to repair frayed ties
Tillerson in Turkey for Syria talks
The Middle East's complex Kurdish landscape
US expresses 'deep concern' over Turkish raids that killed Kurdish fighters in Syria, Iraq
Turkey's Erdogan calls arming of Kurdish YPG 'unacceptable' in meeting with Trump
Turkish foreign minister warns US arming of Syrian Kurds poses threat
'Islamic State' launches deadly attack in central Syria
"Islamic State" militia have killed dozens of people, including civilians, in an offensive on two government-controlled villages in Syria. Many of the victims were reportedly beheaded and mutilated.
US-backed Kurdish forces capture IS town
Syrian forces retake rebel-held areas of Hama province
US-backed militias claim big advance against IS in key Syrian town
German authorities charge two suspected far-right terrorists
German prosecutors have filed charges against two men accused of right-wing terrorism. The suspects are allegedly tied to an anti-migrant group that had been planning attacks on refugee accomodation.
Bavarian court jails 'Oldschool' extremists
'Oldschool Society' neo-Nazis go on trial for refugee home attacks
Charges in Germany for neo-Nazi terror group 'Oldschool Society'
What you need to know about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign
Ex-FBI director Robert Mueller has been appointed as special counsel to probe possible ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and the Russian government. DW takes a look at the appointment and the investigation.
US Democrats call for special prosecutor
Special prosecutor to oversee US probe on alleged election meddling by Russia
The Comey affair: What happens now that Trump fired the head of the FBI?
Turkey will 'not beg' for German troops to stay at Incirlik base
Germany flies support missions from a Turkish air base, but Ankara's latest snub may end the Bundeswehr deployment. Germany is considering new options in the region after its lawmakers were again denied access.
Turkey denies Germany access to air base
Turkey's Incirlik air base: What you need to know
German foreign minister seeks US support in Turkish airbase row
Germany's Gabriel warns Turkey against 'blackmail' over Incirlik base
German military flew nearly 700 missions against 'Islamic State' in 2016
Germany likely to pull troops out of Incirlik air base
What happens now following the 'yes' vote in the Turkish referendum?
What you need to know about the Turkish-German row
A guide to Germany's possible coalitions
Study links far-right extremism and eastern German mentality
Government-commissioned researchers have found that cultural holdovers from communism, and not just economic factors, encourage right-wing radicalism. But they also identified a pernicious western German influence.
Germany promises army reforms after neo-Nazi terror plot
Taking a stand against xenophobia and intolerance
'Reichsbürger' far-right couple attack police in eastern Germany
Shots fired at refugee building in eastern Germany
In Heidenau, bracing for more anti-refugee protests
German police disperse far-right protesters blocking access to refugee center in Saxony
Controversial AfD lawmaker to skip party convention
AfD's Gauland aims for Bundestag
Federal report laments rising xenophobia in Germany
Bundesliga: What to watch out for on the final day of the season
All eyes will be on Hamburg as the battle to avoid the dreaded relegation play-off goes down to the wire. At the top, Dortmund and Hoffenheim fight for third, while Cologne could return to Europe after 25 years.
Bundesliga relegation playoff: Hamburg win in extra time to secure top-flight status
Bundesliga: Goals galore at top and bottom on dramatic Matchday 33
Forgotten Freiburg the story of the Bundesliga season
"I'll always remember my first game" - Philipp Lahm prepares to say farewell
After a glittering career spanning fifteen years in which Philipp Lahm won all there is to win, the Bayern Munich and former Germany captain will finally bow out against Freiburg this weekend.
Swedish first-division match called off over match-fixing attempt
The Swedish football association has postponed a first division game after a player revealed that he had been asked to take part in an attempt at match-fixing. The match has not yet been rescheduled.
Europol exposes football 'match-fixing' network
Living Planet: Creating change - and a Tinder profile
Uproar over new Polish law following tree "massacre," calls for fossil fuel lobbyists to be excluded from UN climate talks, and the last remaining male northern white rhino joins Tinder in a bid to find a suitable mate.
Living Planet: Creating change - and a Tinder profile
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