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11 May 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he fired FBI Director James Comey because he "wasn't doing a good job."
11 May 2017
U.S. senators react to the firing of FBI Director James Comey in interviews with Bloomberg Chief Washington Correspondent Kevin Cirilli.
10 May 2017
Kevin Cirilli sat down with U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) at Bloomberg's studios in Washington, where he asked about the Democrats' message to Trump voters and whether or not she aims to make a run for the White House.
10 May 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May appears on a chat show with her husband, Philip.
10 May 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump approves supplying arms to Kurdish fighters, part of an effort to retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State, despite fierce opposition from NATO ally Turkey.
10 May 2017
Former human rights lawyer Moon Jae-In has won a landslide victory in South Korea's presidential election, ushering in an era of change after a devastating corruption scandal that brought down the previous president.
10 May 2017
President Donald Trump on Tuesday abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey in the fallout over Comey's probe of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails last year, saying Comey was no longer able to effectively lead the agency.
10 May 2017
Former U.S. President Barack Obama tells an audience in Milan, Italy, that if you don't vote, "you get the politicians you deserve.
9 May 2017
President Vladimir Putin warns Russia could defeat any aggressors but insists the world come together to fight "terrorism" as Moscow marks 72 years since victory in World War II.
9 May 2017
South Koreans vote to elect a new leader after months of political vacuum following the jailing of previous President Park Geun-hye on bribery charges.
9 May 2017
US newspapers feature front page news of centrist Emmanuel Macron's election as president of France. Macron won warm backing from his European allies after his resounding victory, but the focus at home shifted to whether he can govern the country without a traditional party.
9 May 2017
South Koreans begin voting to elect a new leader, looking to move on from a corruption scandal that brought down former President Park Geun-hye and shook the political and business elite to the core.

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Germany's government is planning to allow immigrants multiple citizenships, overturning a decades-long ban. The idea, long standard in many countries, is long overdue say those affected.
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We look at how the French and British papers are covering their nations' World Cup wins, as well as their future face-off in the quarter-finals. We also discuss the possibility of the Iranian morality police being disbanded. The South African press weighs in the political future of President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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A handful of African companies have finally started shipping goods under the long-delayed AfCFTA free trade agreement. They're part of a new initiative to kick-start intra-African trade.
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The price cap could make it difficult for Moscow to sell its oil for a higher price. Meanwhile, a senior US intelligence official said the war was at a ''reduced tempo.'' DW has the latest.
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Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham is among the hottest talents at the Qatar World Cup. The 19-year-old has the world at his feet ahead of the tournament. Back home, his former coaches are as proud as can be.
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A female MP in Senegal is slapped, kicked and knocked to the ground in the country’s National Assembly, this after allegedly insulting a pro-opposition religious leader. Also, South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to fight for his position after a preliminary investigation found he may have committed serious crimes. Finally, we bring you all the football news from the World Cup in Qatar.