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The pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party is facing possible court-ordered dissolution ahead of elections in May. The court has refused to postpone the decision until after the vote.
8 Jan
Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, together with two fellow activists, has been awarded with the 2022 Charlemagne Prize. In an exclusive DW interview, she demands that Russia withdraws all troops from Belarus.
7 Dec
The trial opens in Ivory Coast over the 2016 jihadist attack at the Grand Bassam beach resort outside Abidjan.
17 Oct
Paris St Germain and Brazil soccer star Neymar Jr. arrived in Barcelona’s High Court on Monday where he and eight others will stand trial charged with fraud and corruption over the player's transfer to Barcelona from Santos in 2013.
15 Oct
Flight AF447 plunged into the Atlantic Ocean 13 years ago, killing all 228 people on board. Airbus and Air France are accused of involuntary manslaughter and could face fines of up to $220,000 each.
15 Oct
The papers are analysing how Saturday’s bombing of a bridge in Crimea is both a strategic and symbolic “slap in the face” for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
2 Oct
One of the men accused of funding and supporting the genocide in Rwanda goes on trial in The Hague. Prosecutors say Félicien Kabuga played a crucial role in the mass killings, in which 800,000 people were killed over just three months in 1994.
1 Oct
Guineans hope the wait for justice will soon come to an end 13 years after a massacre that killed at least 157 people. Ex-junta leader Moussa Camara and his former lieutenants are expected to face the judge.
29 Sep
Former Guinean dictator Moussa Dadis Camara is finally in court for a long-awaited trial, 13 years after more than 150 people were killed by security forces at a Conakry stadium.
22 Sep
Armel Bella Kotchap is the only newcomer in the German national team’s latest squad. Lauded by Lothar Matthäus, the defender is experiencing a rapid career upswing, but for the time being he’s auditioning for the DFB.
17 Sep
Victims of the 2016 "Islamic State" bombings in Brussels hope the onset of the trial will deliver justice, helping them to deal with their trauma.
27 Aug
Philippine journalist Maria Ressa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov received their Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in Oslo. The two laureates were awarded the prize on October 8 "for their courageous fight for freedom of expression" in the face of authoritarian governments.

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The Paris Peace Accords 50 years ago began the withdrawal of US forces from Vietnam. DW looks at how Germany's support for Vietnam during the war was divided by east and west.