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German state education minister tells students to protest on their own time

16-02-2019

As students around the world protests for action in fighting climate change, one German education minister has said she wants kids back in classrooms. She said students could be escorted to class or even expelled.

Nigeria postpones presidential, parliamentary elections

16-02-2019

Nigerian election officials said they would postpone presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for Saturday. The head of the electoral commission said the delay was needed to ensure free and fair elections.

German minister calls for ban on gay conversion therapy

16-02-2019

German Health Minister Jens Spahn wants gay conversion therapy to be made illegal, calling it "a form of assault." Spahn has said he hopes a law banning the practice could be ready by mid-2019.

German-Venezuelan businessman expresses hope for homeland

15-02-2019

More than 3 million people have fled Venezuela in recent years. And many companies have moved away, as well. But Thilo Schmitz, a German-Venezuelan businessman, remains optimistic that better days are around the corner.

Bundesliga: Bayern have Dortmund in their sights, but Liverpool have Bayern in theirs

15-02-2019

Kingsley Coman struck twice as Bayern Munich recovered from a Leon Goretzka own goal after 13 seconds to get all three points in Augsburg. But Liverpool will be watching on, aware of the chinks in Bayern's armor.

Colin Kaepernick reaches settlement on NFL collusion suit

15-02-2019

The league has agreed to play the former star quarterback an undisclosed sum after blacklisting him. Kaepernick has emerged as an advocate and activist after his pre-game demonstrations cost him his football career.

Germany wants UK military 'as close as possible' after Brexit

15-02-2019

German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen told DW that Europe would welcome continued military cooperation with the UK after Brexit. She shared the Munich Security Conference podium with her British counterpart.