Germany's top diplomat said the meeting was tense but nevertheless productive. Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier highlighted the need for the OSCE to make itself "more effective" in addressing common problems.
The second part of the McLaren report shows the gigantic scale of Russia's doping scandal. DW's Joscha Weber says that the IOC must now, finally, take action. An Olympic ban should only be the beginning.
Rupert Murdoch may get all of European broadcaster Sky after all. The British firm said a preliminary agreement had been reached for Sky to be taken over completely by entertainment giant 21st Century Fox.
Two suicide bomb blasts at a crowded market in northeastern Nigeria have killed at least 30 people and wounded dozens. No group immediately claimed the attack, but Boko Haram militants have been blamed for the blasts.
On this year's International Anti-Corruption Day, DW looks at the situation of Nigeria's whistle-blowers. They play an important role in the fight against corruption - but as Sam Olukoya reports, it comes at a cost.
Afghans in Freiburg say they are afraid the recent murder of a teenage girl, allegedly by an underage Afghan, will affect how they are viewed by Germans. They say they don't want to be painted with the same brush.
The Venice Commission, an advisory body at the human rights watchdog Council of Europe, says Turkey is abusing state of emergency laws in its wider efforts to purge so-called state saboteurs after the failed mid-July coup. It said the government is casting too wide a net over people linked to the Fethullah Gulen movement, which Ankara blames for the coup att […]