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Firefighters in Australia managed to save pine trees that pre-date dinosaurs from the bushfires.

The German government's long-term goal for Libya is "a sovereign Libya" and an "inner-Libyan reconciliation process," according to the invitation to the conference tomorrow in Berlin. The country is still a long way from that.

The regional government of Spain's Balearic Islands have are restricting party tourism in Ibiza and Majorca.

In a bid to defy stereotypes about Muslims, a New Jersey teenager started a blog in the years following 9/11. A decade later, @muslimgirl  is an online magazine with a global audience.

After more than two years, the @Wikimedia  Foundation won its case in Turkey's constitutional court, forcing authorities to make @Wikipedia  accessible again.

What's @ImranKhanPTI 's plan for diffusing rising tensions with Delhi over Kashmir? This is what DW's Editor-in-Chief@inespohl  asked the Pakistani prime minister.

British Finance minister Sajid Javid urged businesses to "adjust" to the reality of Brexit, saying: "There will not be alignment, we will not be a rule-taker, we will not be in the single market and we will not be in the customs union.

Animals hit by Australia's wildfires were starving — so 2 tons of food was airdropped to them ❤️🥕


"I feel objectified. I feel like a piece of land that Indians were waiting to buy." Kashmiri women say they're being harassed and sexually abused in Indian-administered Kashmir. Here are their stories.

Two German citizens have been detained in Hong Kong amid protests and are receiving consular support.

A five-year-old boy who had not received the measles vaccine went on holiday to Costa Rica with his parents. The country had been measles free for five years before his arrival.

For Iraqi women like this model and Instagrammer, daring to be visible in a conservative country can be a death sentence.

When asked who posed the greatest threat to world peace, Germans in a recent poll overwhelmingly pointed to one person. The five options were @realDonaldTrump , or any of the leaders below. Whom do you think they saw as the most dangerous leader?

JUST IN: Pakistani academic Junaid Hafeez has today been sentenced to death on blasphemy charges. This is his story.

Police dogs in Ecuador received their last salutes before going into retirement. Good job! 🐶

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