England have learnt lesson from shock Euro 2016 exit – Walker

England have learnt from their humiliating Euro 2016 exit against Iceland and are eager to display a more "streetwise" style of play in their World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia, left back Kyle...

Berlin goes Vegas in revue show by Jean Paul Gaultier

Fashion icon Jean Paul Gaultier takes his talents to the stage in Berlin by designing costumes for "The One." The new revue show is the most expensive and highest-selling to date at the Friedrichstadt-Palast. Perhaps...

How the Turkish state of emergency is affecting culture

Since the failed coup in Turkey, restrictions on freedom of expression are increasingly restricting cultural projects, from theaters to contemporary art. DW looks at how some artists are fighting back. The state of emergency that...

Indian troops thwart cross-border attack

Indian soldiers say they have foiled an attack on an army base in India-administered Kashmir. Indian authorities say three armed militants wearing fatigues were killed trying to penetrate the army camp's perimeter. Indian troops killed...

Sieren’s China: It’s Golden Week in China

Anyone who has lived in China for a long time should travel during the annual "Golden Week." It's the only way to really understand what it means to be among the Chinese, says DW’s...

Corruption allegations rock US state prison

A US grand jury has indicted 80 people for drug trafficking at Maryland's largest state prison. Guards, inmates and civilian prison workers are swept up in one of the biggest corruption cases in the...

Exclusive: Dozens of Afghan troops missing from military training in U.S.

By Idrees Ali | WASHINGTON Forty-four Afghan troops visiting the United States for military training have gone missing in less than two years, presumably in an effort to live and work illegally in America, Pentagon...

Iraq’s reaction to Turkish military presence ‘incomprehensible’ – PM

Iraq's reaction to Turkey's military presence at the Bashiqa army base north of Mosul is "incomprehensible" and the soldiers will remain there to ensure the region's demographics do not change, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim...

Many hospital medics forced to flee embattled Afghan city, jeopardising care – officials

Fighting in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz has forced many hospital staff to leave for safety, officials said on Thursday, further jeopardising medical care for hundreds of people. Street-to-street gun battles have continued for...

Philippines’ Duterte says if EU, U.S. want to halt assistance ‘go ahead’

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday told the United States and the European Union that if they were unhappy with his drugs war and wished to withdraw their assistance to his country, they should...