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Malaysian authorities identify passenger with stolen passport
Former Ukrainian President Yanukovych blames opponents for Crimea crisis
Ukraine’s ousted president Viktor Yanukovych has blamed his opponents for the crisis in Crimea. Meanwhile, Crimea has voted in favor of adopting a declaration of independence ahead of Sunday’s referendum to join Russia.
Hoeness alleged tax liability soars to 27.2 million euros
The amount of money involved in a tax case against Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness has risen - again. An official claims Hoeness is liable for a greater figure than the amount to which he himself confessed.
Libya's Prime Minister Ali Zeidan ousted by parliament after rebel oil tanker escapes
Parliamentarians in Libya have passed a vote of no confidence in the country's Prime Minister Ali Zeidan. It comes after a ship full of Libyan oil exported by a militia escaped into international waters.
Protests after teen injured in Istanbul's Gezi demonstrations dies in Turkey
Riot police have attacked protesters outside an Istanbul hospital during new demonstrations folowing the death of a 15-year-old boy wounded in mass anti-government protests last year.
More testimony against Pistorius in trial for killing Steenkamp
A friend has testified that Oscar Pistorius twice fired a gun in public before shooting his girlfriend to death. A forensic scientist has also testified against Pistorius in the South African court.
US congressional committee starts probe into GM recall policy
A US congressional committee has said it's investigating why carmaker General Motors had been late in initiating a recall over an unsafe ignition switch problem. GM itself admitted 13 deaths had been linked to the issue.
China to drop interest rate controls within two years
China is about to fully liberalize its interest rates, the central bank governor has said. By 2016, rates on deposits and interbank lending will be set by market forces rather than state authorities.
Fossil fuel subsidies outstrip renewables funding by billions
Billions of euros are spent on subsidies for fossil fuel producers. But just how much? The International Energy Agency says annual subsidies are about 400 billion, but the IMF puts the figure at a trillion euros.
Spain remembers victims of Madrid train bombings
Spain has held a series of events to mark the 10th anniversary of the Madrid train bombings, which left 191 people dead. Both the country's king and prime minister were present to hear tributes paid to those killed.
Fuel for the next cold war
Ukraine is dependent on Russian gas - but not as much as it used to be. For years the US State Department has pushed the country toward energy independence. Congress aims to speed things up.
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.
Blueprint for Russian expansionism?
Russia is responsible for the protection of all Russians no matter where they live, comes the message from Moscow. That strikes fear into its former Soviet Republics - and reminds them of recent history.
The Russian who would defend Ukraine
In Crimea, Russian-speaking Ukrainians seem prepared to be annexed by Russia. Not all Russian speakers share that opinion, though. Meet Fyodor and Halyna, who might lack power but can certainly shake their fists.
'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.
Uli Hoeness - a fallen role model
A respected sports boss withheld millions from the state, fueling political debate in Germany. The case played a significant role in Germany's federal elections in 2013. Now Hoeness is set to have his day in court.
'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.
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.
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.
Child refugees from Boko Haram violence hit by malnutrition
About 100,000 children, including Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram attacks, are among the refugees sheltering in hospitals and refugee camps in north Cameroon. Many are under five and suffering from acute malnutrition.
Their Say: What Paralympic Games athletes, officials and visitors had to say about the situation in Crimea
With a Crimea referendum less than a week away, DW asked athletes, coaches and visitors to Sochi for the Paralympic Games how they see the current crisis in Crimea.
'Germany must take on a multi-ethnic identity'
Will Germany ever become a truly pluralistic society? German-born Yascha Mounk recently published a book about being a Jew in Germany, and tells DW why his hopes for true integration are reserved.
'Slavery - and its consequences - should end'
How can the wrongs of slavery be put right? Fourteen Caribbean states are considering legal action against their former European colonizers. Jamaican Verene Shepherd is fighting with them for reparations.
Scientists develop microscopy system for diagnosing malaria faster
Diagnosing malaria with a microscope isn't easy. Not only does it take time, a lot of practice experience is needed. A team of German researchers have made a machine that could help.
Özil over crisis ahead of make or break Bayern clash
Özil hasn't had things easy lately at Arsenal and with the Germany team. But to overcome a 2-0 deficit against Bayern, the midfielder will need to be on his best form and prove the doubters wrong at home and abroad.