Chief of staff John Kelly and Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon have mutually agreed that Bannon is to leave the White House. Bannon is to return to his old job at the right-wing Breitbart News.
Radical Islamists are more active in Barcelona than in most other Spanish cities. The reason lies partly in the autonomous nature of the government, and partly in the multicultural character of the city.
The terror attack in Barcelona has not prevented locals and tourists from taking to the streets and showing their solidarity. Anna Gumbau reports from the Catalonian capital.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed Germany's three main political parties as "enemies of Turkey" ahead of parliamentary elections. The comments drew a swift rebuke from Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The identity and motives of the man who stabbed and killed two people and injured at least six others in the Finnish city of Turku are not yet known. Police have reinforced security nationwide.
The number of people being injured in Islamophobic attacks in Germany has increased this year, new government figures have shown. But very few anti-Muslim hate crimes are successfully prosecuted.
A "cannabis lobby" is pushing for marijuana to be legalized in Germany, according to a German lawmaker who presented the annual report on drugs. The conservative Marlene Mortler urged more help for children of addicts.
The top US trade negotiator has described China's industrial policies as a "very serious problem." US President Donald Trump has accused China of cheating the US economy out of "hundreds of billions of dollars."
A preliminary ban has been imposed on new registrations of Porsche Cayenne vehicles with manipulated diesel engine management software. Germany announced a recall of thousands of affected vehicles last month.
A coalition fighting to unseat President Uhuru Kenyatta has formally requested a review of the August 8 election result. The opposition claims the vote was rigged but has yet to show any evidence of fraud.
Venezuela's newly installed constituent assembly has formally taken over the powers of the opposition-led congress. The move means the all-powerful body can now pass laws, giving President Maduro a tighter grip on power.
People around the world have pledged to plant 250,000 trees to counter the US President's "disgraceful" decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement.
Foreign logging companies have allegedly destroyed a vast area of rainforest in Cameroon. One result is that Baka children are losing out on schooling.
This weekend, the fate of the German airline will be sealed. As stakeholders push for a quick resolution and division of the carrier's valuable parts, they also face special responsibilities, says Brigitte Scholtes.
Steve Bannon's long overdue ouster as President Trump's chief strategist is welcome. But Trump has reason to worry.
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The Bundesliga is back. Bayern Munich bested Bayer Leverkusen 3-1 on opening night, but the visitors put up quite a fight, especially after the break. Carlo Ancelotti will not be entirely satisfied.
Bayern Munich's new signings delivered on Friday night as the champions got their season off to a winning start. But there are bigger issues at stake behind the scenes on Säbener Straße.
A concert by female singer Aryana Sayeed commemorating Afghanistan's Independence Day stirred a controversy in the war-torn country. The event was eventually cancelled allegedly due to pressure from religious clerics.
Berliners may be gruff, but as Tamsin Walker found out at one of the oldest zoos in the world, the city's affection for its bears, be they polar or panda, is as real as it is historic. And that is not all she discovered.
Just one ticket for all museums - that's the idea behind the Long Night of Museums. Invented 20 years ago in Berlin, the noctural museum festival has spread to many cities around the globe.
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