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13.01.2018 | 19:30 UTC
Hawaii officials mistakenly warn of inbound ballistic missile
Emergency management officials have said an alert warning a missile was on its way to Hawaii was a "false alarm." The error caused a stir on social media and panic among the island chain's residents.
Germany fears EU migration reforms will trigger refugee influx: report
Germany's government is concerned that proposed changes to EU asylum rules will force it to take in significantly more refugees in the future, according to Der Spiegel. The reforms would also void any caps on refugees.
The limits of Europe - The EU and the refugee crisis
Critics weigh in on Germany's coalition talks 'breakthrough'
Germany: Number of new asylum seekers expected to be below 200,000 'benchmark'
Refugee family reunification in Germany - what you need to know
Refugees in Germany: Fewer family reunifications than expected, says study
Germany accused of delaying refugee family reunifications
EU asylum applications drop off drastically in 2017
Merkel's conservatives, Social Democrats agree on blueprint for formal coalition talks
Germany's defense minister visits troops in Jordan
Ursula von der Leyen had to scrap her last visit due to political deadlock in Berlin. Germany is reportedly preparing to roll back its role in the fight against "Islamic State."
Von der Leyen calls for long-term commitment in Afghanistan
German military recruits record number of minors
German coalition talks reach breakthrough: A look at what comes next
German military leaves Turkey's Incirlik airbase
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen calls to extend Bundeswehr deployment abroad
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen at a crossroads
Czech President Zeman wins first round of voting in re-election bid
No candidate will win the necessary 50 percent of the vote to avoid a second-round runoff vote in two weeks. The Czech president is likely to face a pro-Western academic in the second round of voting.
Czech election: DW talks to Jiri Pehe, political analyst
Czech presidential race boils down to Milos Zeman or not
First round of Czech Republic presidential poll goes into final day
Thousands protest Austria's right-wing government
The FPÖ, which was formed in the 1950s by former Nazis, is a junior member of Austria's right-wing government. The government wants people to withhold judgment until it can announce its policies.
Austria's far right waits in the wings after Kurz victory
Kurz: I'll always remain pro-European and help to shape Europe
Right-wing rise in Austria: Threat for Europe?
Open letter urges boycott of Austrian cabinet and its right-wing FPÖ members
Austria's Sebastian Kurz suggests military option to stem migration crisis
Austria's Sebastian Kurz assures pro-Europe government in deal with far-right party
Ex-FIFA official confirms payment from German account, denies World Cup bribe
Former-FIFA official Mohamed Bin Hammam has admitted he received a payment from a FIFA World Cup organizing committee account after the awarding of the 2006 World Cup to Germany. However, he denied the money was a bribe.
FIFA publishes long-held report into alleged corruption in World Cup bidding
Qatar denies latest allegations of corruption surrounding 2022 World Cup bid
Five years to go until Qatar 2022: What we know so far
Reinhard Grindel: 'I'll stay true to myself'
German football authorities back World Cup VAR use
Report: More dubious payments uncovered in German World Cup scandal
German journalist Mesale Tolu urges more government pressure on Turkey
The German journalist has called on Berlin to "stand up for the victims of human rights violations" in Turkey. A court has blocked Tolu from leaving Turkey pending a trial over alleged membership in a terror group.
Turkey pushes for normalizing relations with Germany
Turkey: German journalist Mesale Tolu released pending trial
Germany and Turkey in 2017: a rollercoaster relationship
German journalist arrested in Turkey
Merkel slams 'bitter' detention of German journalist in Turkey
Handball: Germany dominate Montenegro in Euro opener
Germany made an impressive start to the group stage this year's European Championship, defeating Montenegro 32-19 at Croatia's Zagreb Arena. The Germans are aiming to defend the European title they won in 2016.
Australian Open: Evergreen Roger Federer the man to beat, women's draw wide open
Roger Federer has a great chance to make it Grand Slam number 20 with many of the leading men injured or recovering from injury. The women's draw is harder to predict, with several candidates in Serena Williams' absence.
Injury forces Novak Djokovic to sit out rest of 2017
Roger Federer beats Rafael Nadal to win Australian Open title
Australian Open 2018: Angelique Kerber handed all German opener
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