Zimbabwe’s Opposition Marches in Capital, Seeking Fair Vote

HARARE —  Thousands of opposition supporters marched in Zimbabwe’s capital on Tuesday to demand electoral reforms ahead of the July 30 vote, the first since

Indian Himalayan Town’s Water Woes a Wake up Call

NEW DELHI —  As the vast Indian plains sizzle during the summer months, the picturesque hill resort of Shimla turns into a tourist haven. But

Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape charges | Film | DW

Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein entered a not guilty plea in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday, the New York Daily News reported, after a grand jury indicted him

Documents on Reuters Reporters’ Phones ‘Not Secret’

YANGON —  Documents Myanmar police say they found on the mobile phones of two Reuters reporters accused of possessing state secrets were not confidential, defense

′Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One′ reveals deep scars a century on | Arts | DW

It might be a century since the Great War that killed some 40 million people ended, but wars continue to rage across the world as