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Fuel for the next cold war
The Crimean referendum - FAQ
The Crimean peninsula is officially part of Ukraine, although its inhabitants are predominantly Russian. On March 16, they are set to vote on their future. DW looks at the referendum's key problems and consequences.
Bound by treaty: Russia, Ukraine and Crimea
The EU and the US have accused Russia of violating international law by intervening in Crimea. DW examines the agreements that are supposed to govern relations between Moscow and Kyiv.
Fukushima's radiation victims
The residents of the evacuated Japanese town of Namie near the crippled nuclear plant in Fukushima were contaminated with radiation. They have now taken the responsibility for their health into their own hands.
Israel displays seized weapons
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday (10. 03. 2014) displayed the seized rockets allegedly bound for Gaza from Iran. He used the opportunity to condemn talks over Iran's nuclear weapons program.
Little solace for Syrians on Beirut's streets
The streets of Beirut are becoming ever more crowded as the tiny country is flooded with refugees from across the border in Syria. But the government still does not have a policy on what to do with them.
Spain marks 10th anniversary of bombings
In 2004, bombs planted on trains in Madrid killed 191 people and injured nearly 2,000. A decade on, Spain is better prepared for jihadist terrorism - but the country remains divided by the attack’s fallout.
De Kerchove: 'Terror threat still present in Europe'
Ten years after the Al-Qaeda-organized terrorist attacks in Madrid, EU counter-terrorism coordinator Gilles De Kerchove tells Deutsche Welle that the terrorist threat for Europe is still there - but has changed.
'Germany would be a perfect destination for Snowden'
In his book 'The Snowden Files', Guardian journalist Luke Harding describes how the world came to learn about the reach of secret services. Harding spoke to DW about his personal experience of the NSA/GCHQ scandal.
'Solution to the war in Syria is on the ground'
DW spoke to the Syrian Kurds' most senior leader during his first visit ever to the Basque Country, where he was hearing about the Basque experience just after the Syrian Kurds declared their own autonomous region.
Recruiting for Jihad
More and more young Muslims are being radicalized and coaxed into fighting in Syria by Salafists. Both teachers and parents have reasons for concern, because there is currently a lack of strategies to protect teenagers.
Amnesty blasts 'trigger happy' Israel
Abdullah Abu Rahmah was at a protest in 2009 against an Israeli-built concrete wall in the West Bank when his cousin, Bassem, 30, was hit in the chest with a tear gas canister allegedly fired by Israeli soldiers.