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Daily Bulletin 11.07.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Donald Trump Jr. discloses emails discussing Russian information on Clinton
Donald Trump Jr. has disclosed email communications with a contact promising him damning material on Hillary Clinton. An investigation into potential Russian meddling during the 2016 US elections continues.
Syrian Observatory: 'Islamic State' leader Abu Bakr al-Bagdhadi is dead
A monitoring group says it has "confirmed information" that the "Islamic State" leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed. It's not the first report of his death. The Pentagon has no corroborating information.
Europe's top court upholds Belgian full-face veil ban
The European Court of Human Rights has upheld a Belgian ban on the public wearing of the full-face veil. The case was brought to the court by two Muslim women who said the ban violated their rights.
In Depth
Israelis fume over Netanyahu's retraction of Hungary's anti-Soros campaign criticism
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu came under fire after retracting criticism of an anti-George Soros campaign. The Jewish-American billionaire said he is 'distressed' by the imagery used against him.
Boris Johnson says EU can 'go whistle' on Brexit settlement bill
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has told fellow MPs that the EU can "go whistle" if it demands an "extortionate" final payment for leaving the EU. This stole the limelight from a keynote speech by PM Theresa May.
James Rodriguez joins Bayern Munich on loan to reunite with Ancelotti
Bayern Munich have signed James Rodriguez on a two year loan deal from Real Madrid, with an option to buy. The Colombian won the golden boot at the 2014 World Cup but has fallen out of favor with the European champions.
Marcel Kittel wins stage 10 to overtake Erik Zabel's record
Following Sunday's calamitous stage nine and Monday's rest day, the Tour de France returned with a calmer stage 10. It was another comfortable sprint finish for Germany's Marcel Kittel.
IOC votes to award 2024 and 2028 Games at single session
With only two cities bidding to host the 2024 and 2028 Olympic Games, the IOC has decided to award both at once for the first time in 100 years. Only one question remains: who will go first, Paris or Los Angeles?
Wimbledon day eight: Djokovic books place in quarters, Johanna Konta makes history
Novak Djokovic booked his spot in the Wimbledon quarterfinals after defeating Adrian Mannarino on Tuesday. Johanna Konta beat Simona Halep to become the first female British semifinalist since 1978.
Why does nobody want to host the Olympics any more?
The IOC has voted to award two Olympic Games simultaneously for the first time in a century, due to a lack of candidates. DW takes a look at why no-one seems to be interested in hosting the Games any more.
Newsletters & Co.
On the road to the German election
Germans are heading to the polls this September. Discover what the elections in Germany mean to Germany, Europe and the world with our online special: Germany Decides.
Saving the environment starts with people
Meet the Kenyan eco-ambassadors from DW's popular environmental show Eco@Africa. Whether it is waste reduction or innovative ideas, these individuals set an example for how Africa can address its biggest eco-challenges.

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