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Sweden: Several wounded in shooting in Malmo

18-06-2018

At least four people were injured in a shooting in the city of Malmo, according to police. Local media reported that the attack took place in the downtown Drottninggatan area.

Opinion: Donald Trump's Germany Twitter rant actually helps Angela Merkel

18-06-2018

If there is one thing Angela Merkel can depend on, it's a broadside from Donald Trump. The US president has interfered in the German government's asylum crisis. That won't bring the chancellor down, says Jens Thurau.

Migration problems strengthen populists' hand in Europe

18-06-2018

In many EU countries, right-wing populists are reaping the benefits of the unsolved migration problems. A European solution is becoming increasingly difficult, and countries are starting to go it alone.

US President Donald Trump announces 'Space Force' military wing

18-06-2018

Trump said that the new force will become the sixth independent branch of the US military. He also signed a directive to try and reduce debris in space "to the common interests of all nations."

Germany asylum applications drop 70 percent

18-06-2018

The number of people claiming asylum in Germany fell to 222,560 last year, according to European Union figures. The data could provide some relief for Chancellor Angela Merkel as she fights to save her coalition.

World Cup 2018 live: England vs. Tunisia

18-06-2018

England and Tunisia are level 1-1 in the second half. Harry Kane opened the scoring with a terrific volley on a corner routine. But Ferjani Sassi leveled the score from the spot after Kyle Walker conceded a penalty.

Opinion: German government crisis postponed — for now

18-06-2018

Angela Merkel has won time: The government won't fall apart – for the time being. But the dispute over migration certainly has not been resolved, and she faces a "mission impossible," says DW's Katharina Kroll.