When is a German not a German? Identity re-emerges as a thorny issue
"I am a German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose," said Mesut Özil, who recently quit the national soccer team, citing racism.
Bomb threats lead to evacuations in cities across Germany
Police in at least four cities found no cause for concern after searching the buildings.
Mexican president: Spain should apologize to indigenous Mexicans
López Obrador said he sent a letter to the king of Spain citing massacres during the Spanish conquest: "The churches were built above the temples."
Krispy Kreme, Panera Bread owner admits family's Nazi ties
Albert Reimann Sr. and his son, Albert Reimann Jr., used forced laborers under the Nazis during World War II to work in their industrial chemicals company.
Trump's tariffs are costing Americans $1.4 billion each month, study shows
The study concluded that “the entire incidence of the tariffs fell on domestic consumers and importers,” with “no impact” on the prices received by foreign exporters.
Board of Vatican women's magazine resigns over 'sabotage' by bosses
The magazine's founder said they resigned because of "repeated attempts of sabotage and delegitimization" by "heads of Vatican media."
Gaza tense after Israel, Hamas exchange heavy fire overnight
The cross-border fighting erupted ahead of a closely contested race for Israeli prime minister between the long-serving incumbent and an ex-army chief.
British lawmakers vote to seize control of Brexit for a day
The move underlined to what extent Theresa May has lost her authority.
Floods kill at least 18 in southern Iran, nearly 100 wounded
The government's handling of the disaster was being investigated, according to Iran's hardline judiciary.
Congo Ebola epidemic exceeds 1,000 cases
The death toll, 629, is the world's second-worst Ebola outbreak ever.
Officials to investigate why stranded Norway cruise ship set sail
More than 470 passengers had to be taken off the cruise ship Viking Sky via helicopter after engine trouble.
Russia embraces 'no collusion' part of Mueller report, overlooks interference
Although the special counsel's probe found no proof of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, it did conclude that there was interference in the 2016 election.
British Airways passengers heading to Germany wind up in Scotland
The airline said Monday the problem started when an incorrect flight plan was filed by WDL Aviation, which operated the flight on behalf of British Airways.
A no-deal Brexit is 'increasingly likely,' European Commission says
"This will obviously cause significant disruption for citizens and businesses," it said.
Neighboring nations grapple with diplomatic fallout from Venezuela power struggle
A dispute for control of embassy buildings in countries like Colombia that recognize Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's true president has taken root.
Netanyahu to cut U.S. visit short after Gaza rocket wounds 7 in Israel
Israel reinforced troops along the border with the Gaza and called up reserves after news of the strike on an agricultural town north of Tel Aviv.
'Egg Boy' teen defends egging anti-Muslim Australian senator
"I understand what I did was not the right thing to do, however this egg has united people and money had been raised — tens of thousands of dollars has been raised for those victims," Will Connolly said.
Mosque massacre exposes right-wing extremists' fascination with medieval Balkan battles
The suspect's interest in southeastern European region exposes how myths about crusading knights and Serbian nationalists fighting Muslim armies are popular among white supremacists.
Russia timeline: Key players, meetings and investigation details
More than 300 events, more than 100 people and organizations, spanning more than ten years.
American Airlines extends cancellation of 737 Max 8 flights
The extended grounding of the planes will result in approximately 90 cancellations per day, American Airlines said in a statement.
'We thought that was it': Passengers airlifted to safety from stranded luxury cruise ship
“It was like what you see in the movies," one passenger told NBC News.
Thrust into Brexit spotlight, lawmakers fear for their safety as tensions mount
Prime Minister Theresa May blamed Parliament for the chaos in a televised address to the public last week.
Passengers airlifted from cruise ship stranded off Norway
Passengers were hoisted one-by-one from the deck of the vessel and airlifted to a village just north of the town of Molde on Norway's west coast.
A shelter in Turkey opened by Syrian refugee women faces an uncertain future
A lack of funding could lead to the closure of The Salem Center, which says it is the largest shelter in Turkey run by Syrian refugees for Syrian refugees.
Thousands attend New Zealand vigil to honor mosque attack victims
Officials estimate up to 40,000 people attended the event.