Congolese Rebel Leader Awaits ICC Verdict
Germain Katanga faces seven counts of war crimes and three of crimes against humanity, including murder and rape. He is alleged to have led a militia group that committed a massacre in which about 200 civilians died. The crimes happened a long time ago. But the victims' memories are still vivid. On ...
ECB Sees 'No Reason To Act' On Inflation And Growth
The European Central Bank (ECB) has dampened hopes for a further cut in interest rates, considering the economic situation in the euro currency area as weak but stable. The ECB also brushed aside fears of deflation. The European Central Bank (ECB) would leave its benchmark refinancing interest rate ...
Art Rebels Convey More Glee Than Anarchy
Childish antics? Osama Bin Laden masks? Berlin's Insider Jan Kage chats with Benjamin Patterson, co-founder of the Fluxus movement. By the end of the night, one of them was covered in a mountain of crumpled newspaper. I first met Benjamin Patterson in October 2011 when he was setting up for his "Bur...
Palestinian Ngo Links Talks Extension To Prisoner Release
The extension of Palestinian Israeli peace talks must be conditional on the release of Palestinian prisoners suffering health conditions, detained MPs and female prisoners, Qdura Fares, head of the Ramallah based Palestinian Prisoners' Club said Thursday.
Geneva Motor Show Opens Amid SUV Frenzy
The 84th Geneva Motor Show has opened its doors, this time showing off about 100 new car models. Carmakers producing so-called SUVs may deem themselves lucky because they are billed to become the next big thing. About 250 carmakers from across the world were about to showcase around 100 new car mode...
A.U. Security Council To Hold Urgent Monday Meeting On Darfur Talks
The African Union (A.U.) Peace and Security Council will hold an urgent Monday meeting to discuss recent developments in Darfur peace talks between Khartoum and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement North (SPLM N), an African diplomat told Anadolu Agency on Thursday.
Thai Crisis 'Enters A New Phase'
Tensions have eased in Bangkok after anti-government protesters recently withdrew from key intersections of the capital. But in a DW interview experts say the conflict has only shifted from the streets to the court room. DW: The opposition in Thailand ended its blockade of some intersections in the ...
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