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EU to boost funding, Ebola case in Mali
EU examines 2015 budgets, Italy peeved
Italian Premier Renzi has threatened to spotlight the costs of running Brussels institutions as EU leaders turn to debating budgetary plans for 2015 on day two of their summit. Italy and France are pushing for leeway.
Footage shows gunman storming Canada's parliament
Police in Canada have released dramatic security footage of a gunman as he stormed into parliament after shooting a solider dead. Investigations are continuing into the assailant's background and motive.
Mexico governor moves aside after Iguala disappearances
The governor of the Mexican state of Guerrero has stood aside amid growing criticism. A police failure to explain the disappearance of dozens of students, and the deaths of six others, has led to repeated protests.
Nigeria media: Boko Haram kidnaps more women and girls
According to reports from Nigeria, Boko Haram Islamists have kidnapped dozens of women and girls. The events throw further doubt on talks supposed to result in the freedom of 200 other young women taken in April.
China and Japan strive to improve ties
After four years of strained diplomatic relations, Beijing and Tokyo appear to be making efforts to heal the rift. Analysts warn, however, that the relationship will remain fractious for years to come.
German consumer confidence stops falling
Not that geopolitical tensions in many regions of the world have become less virulent, but German consumers appear to be less fazed by them now, market researchers say. Household confidence levels are slightly up.
Aid for Syrian refugees in Lebanon drying up
The aid sources for Syrian refugees in Lebanon are threatening to dry up because of the multiplying crises around the world. Aid organization World Vision spoke to DW about the potential consequences.
Sweden calls off hunt for suspected foreign submarine
Sweden has called off a weeklong search for a suspected foreign submarine in waters off the coast of Stockholm. The hunt was launched after a report of "foreign underwater activity."
Asian infrastructure bank gets big support
The launch of a China-dominated Asian infrastructure bank has received the backing of 21 nations in the region. But it has also drawn criticism from the West, where it's seen as a threat to the World Bank and others.
Amazon in for 'blue Christmas' season?
US online retail giant Amazon has reported a hefty net loss for the third quarter, sending its shares into a downward spiral. The company said the negative result was due to heavy investment in new products.
The Pineda Clan: a criminal dynasty in Mexico
The former mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, had been accused of suspicious business dealings. Critics point to his wife, Maria de los Angeles Pineda Villa, who belongs to a clan linked to organized crime.
BASF lowers 2015 operating profit outlook
Germany's BASF has reported growing sales for the third quarter amid a difficult business environment. But it warned it might not be able to meet earlier operating profit targets next year.
New York doctor tests positive for Ebola
A doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating patients with Ebola in Guinea has tested positive for the disease. Three contacts of the man are under observation
Opinion: Mexico's uprising for the rule of law
Four weeks after the alleged massacre in Iguala, the perpetrators have been named and warrants issued for their arrest. But the protests will continue - rightly so, says DW's Uta Thofern.
Serbia awarded win, but no points - Albania to appeal
After last week's abandonment of the game between Serbia and Albania, a decision has finally been made. Serbia will get the win - but not the points - and Albania has appealed.
Five star Gladbach, de Bruyne leads Wolfsburg to spirited win
Both in desperate need of a Europa-League win, Wolfsburg and Gladbach picked up three points in two goal-rich victories. Wolfsburg worked hard to overcome Krasnodar 4-2, while Gladbach eventually won 5-0.