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18.05.2017 | 16:15 UTC
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?
EU Parliament condemns Israeli settlements
The European Parliament has denounced Israel's latest settlement push and announced an EU peace initiative. An Israeli group says it is the first time the EU has mentioned alleged Palestinian funding of terrorism.
Hanan Ashrawi on 'Conflict Zone'
Palestine West Bank holds elections as Gaza Strip left behind
Steinmeier navigates tricky visit in Israel
After UNESCO Jerusalem vote, Israel cuts UN funding
Israel approves first new West Bank settlement in two decades
Opinion: Migrant money transfers or development aid?
For many countries in Africa, money transfers from citizens living abroad are an extremely important source of income - sometimes even more so than development aid. But there are drawbacks, says DW's Ludger Schadomsky.
Kenya: Mshwari Money transfer system
More German investment on the African continent
World Leader in Mobile Money Transfers
Germany's 'Marshall Plan' for Africa unveiled
Zimbabwe President Mugabe urges migrants in South Africa to return home
Is German development aid policy out of date and out of touch?
Germany's contribution to the African economy
African migrants aspire to a better life in Asia
Macedonia's president accuses German diplomats of spreading 'fake news'
President Gjorge Ivanov has caused a diplomatic storm after openly accusing the German ambassador in Macedonia of being incompetent. It is not the first time Ivanov has criticized Berlin.
Macedonia: Powder keg in the Balkans
Macedonia: Ex-PM threatens foreign ambassadors, NGOs
Police charge 15 in Macedonia after attack on parliament
Berlin rejects criticism from Skopje
Macedonia president gives opposition leader mandate to form government
AFRICOM: 'Terrorist groups' remain a challenge across Africa
The United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) is maintaining a consistent presence across Africa in order to address security concerns. But terrorist groups continue to pose a threat in many countries with weak governance.
US shows new interest in Africa
Libyan government, rival military commander agree to ease tensions
US bombers strike Islamic State camps in Libya
First US soldier killed in Somalia since 'Black Hawk Down'
US to end operations against Lord's Resistance Army in Africa
Ugandan special forces to halt operations against Lord's Resistance Army
German MP Röttgen: 'There is no US-foreign policy yet'
The chair of the Bundestag's foreign affairs committee has said that a lack of direction from the White House has left the US without a foreign policy strategy. Some 200 State Department jobs still need to be filled.
No 'clean slate' between US, Russia: Tillerson
Norbert Röttgen: 'Donald Trump means what he says'
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, Reuters news agency reported. Several people were injured, according to witnesses.
© Deutsche Welle 2017
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