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25 Jan 2017
Six years ago, the Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of huge demonstrations as a massive protest movement erupted. At the time, Egyptians were calling for strongman Hosni Mubarak to step down after nearly 30 years.
20 Jan 2017
Our guest is Daniel Kurtzer, a former US ambassador to Egypt and Israel. He believes US President-elect Donald Trump's choice of David Friedman to be US ambassador to Israel is a serious mistake and is calling on Trump to withdraw the nomination.
16 Jan 2017
Donald Trump has had a busy weekend. He was criticised by CIA Director John Brennan and he gave multiple interviews, including one of his first to the European press.
13 Jan 2017
Britain papers focus on the former spy whose name has been linked to the explosive dossier on alleged links between Donald Trump and Russia.
11 Jan 2017
US papers are buzzing about unsubstantiated intelligence reports that Russia has damaging information about Donald Trump.
6 Jan 2017
The Washington Post has an exclusive article about alleged Russian meddling in the US Presidential election. Meanwhile, US papers react to an alleged hate crime coming out of Chicago
5 Jan 2017
Israeli papers react to the conviction of soldier Elor Azaria, found guilty of manslaughter for fatally shooting a wounded Palestinian.
3 Jan 2017
French papers focus on the left-wing primary which is scheduled for the end of the month. Papers say it's going to be a big test, particularly for the Socialist Party.
24 Dec 2016
Known as the 'Magician of the desert', Nigerien fashion designer Alphadi is about to open the 10th edition of his International Festival for Fashion in Africa, or FIMA, in Agadez.
22 Dec 2016
The German and European press are asking a lot of questions around German security and intelligence as it's revealed that the number one suspect was known to authorities.
22 Dec 2016
Newspapers in Germany have vastly different interpretations, with some accused of fearmongering. Plus, the 7-year-old refugee from Aleppo who's received a presidential welcome in Turkey.
20 Dec 2016
The assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, and its implications for Turkish-Russian diplomacy. In our other main story, we look at reactions from the German press and abroad after a deadly truck attack at Berlin's Christmas market.

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A year ago, the Taliban retook Kabul. In their first press conference after seizing power in Afghanistan, they surprised the world with the announcement of moderate policies. A key pledge was to address women's rights.
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Translation and language-learning giants like Google and DuoLingo are expanding language databases available online, in a push to widen representation and reduce bias in artificial intelligence systems. Residents in countries like Uganda where the native tongue Luganda is not taught in schools, say adding their languages to these platforms could be a game changer.
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Germany's €9 monthly travel pass has boosted rail usage, particularly in more rural and tourist areas, the latest statistics suggest. However, road usage is virtually unchanged, suggesting little impact on commuters.
1 hour ago
Beijing's military threats against Taiwan after Nancy Pelosi's visit are unprecedented. For the time being, however, not much will likely change as neither country can do without the other as a trading partner.
1 hour ago
The top German official for antiziganism says Romani people face structural discrimination in Ukraine. Roma make up 1-1.5% of the country's population.
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Among the dangers posed by the war in Ukraine is the risk of a nuclear catastrophe at Europe's largest nuclear plant, which is now under Russian control — in a war zone. The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, spoke to DW about his concerns over the situation at the Zaporizhzhia plant.