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Maria marches on as Puerto Rico left without power for months
Do, 21. September 2017, 12:37

The drive that shows how badly Puerto Rico was hit
Do, 21. September 2017, 12:49

Fallen power lines, flooding, debris ... obstacles litter roads in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria ripped through the island.

Race to free girl amid concerns of further danger
Do, 21. September 2017, 17:18

Rescuers in Mexico City continued to claw through an elementary school's debris Thursday morning in an urgent attempt to reach a 12-year-girl, two days after a powerful earthquake trapped her and killed at least 250 people across central Mexico.

Mexico shrouds its sorrow in solidarity
Do, 21. September 2017, 15:17

Mexico's biggest earthquake in more than three decades brought parts of the capital to its knees on Tuesday afternoon. But moments later, as the earth continued to tremble, many of Mexico City's residents stood up and mobilized.

N Korean foreign minister: 'I feel sorry for Trump's aides'
Do, 21. September 2017, 17:32

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho said Wednesday US President Donald Trump's threat to destroy the hermit kingdom sounded like "a dog barking."

Bill Gates: Sorry about Control-Alt-Delete
Do, 21. September 2017, 16:56

Trump slashes Obama's legacy but risks his own
Do, 21. September 2017, 12:27

Republicans for years failed to gut the legacy of their nemesis Barack Obama: Now they can do so within a matter of days.

Kimmel fires back on Republican health plans
Do, 21. September 2017, 08:44

Jimmy Kimmel was ready to go a second round in his fight with Sen. Bill Cassidy over the GOP's new health care legislation, firing back at the senator for saying Kimmel didn't understand the bill.

Mueller seeks documents on Trump's firings for Russia probe
Do, 21. September 2017, 14:42

Special counsel Robert Mueller has requested documents and information covering a range of events from President Donald Trump's White House, including two firings and an Oval Office meeting, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.

Queen Rania of Jordan: Global leadership on refugees matters
Mi, 20. September 2017, 17:09

This weekend, I picked up Nelson Mandela's "Long Walk to Freedom" and reread parts of this well-thumbed tome. The last time I read it, the world was a very different place; this time, I found that its themes of social inequality, injustice, resilience and courage resonated in new ways.

The man saving Boko Haram orphans
Do, 21. September 2017, 14:59

He has helped to educate and feed hundreds of displaced Boko Haram orphans and his efforts have earned him the United Nations' highest honor.

Ivanka Trump reveals struggle with postpartum depression
Do, 21. September 2017, 07:41

Ivanka Trump, daughter of and senior adviser to President Donald Trump, revealed that she had postpartum depression after the births of her children in an interview for "The Dr. Oz Show." The program, filmed Monday, will air Thursday.

French chef asks Michelin to take away his 3 stars
Do, 21. September 2017, 16:08

For most chefs, the award of an illustrious Michelin star is a dream come true.

Meet the man who sets the odds on Trump
Do, 21. September 2017, 13:59

How Myanmar's Buddhists really feel about Rohingya
Mi, 20. September 2017, 06:05

One public servant skipped work. A butcher shut up her store for the day. A noodle seller watched on his phone.

Manafort offered to brief Russian billionaire on election -- report
Do, 21. September 2017, 15:32

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort offered to brief a Russian billionaire on the election two weeks before Trump accepted the nomination, people familiar with the discussions told The Washington Post.

CEO has bonus cut for anti-gay tirade against Kathy Griffin
Do, 21. September 2017, 17:20

Sixth arrest in London Tube attack inquiry
Do, 21. September 2017, 11:52

British police have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with last week's attack on the London Underground at Parsons Green station, bringing the number held to six.

'Raging Bull' champ Jake LaMotta dies, 95
Do, 21. September 2017, 05:27

Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion of the world, has died. He was 95.

Trump praises health care of nonexistent African country
Do, 21. September 2017, 15:03

President Donald Trump lavished praise on the health care system of Nambia during a speech at the United Nations. But there's one little problem -- there's no such country.

K-pop album conquers three continents
Do, 21. September 2017, 07:03

BTS is breaking records worldwide.

Rouhani slams 'rogue newcomer' Trump
Mi, 20. September 2017, 22:35

Iran will not violate the international deal that lifted sanctions in exchange for curbs on Tehran's nuclear program, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday, adding that it would be a "great pity" if "rogue newcomers" destroyed the deal.

Catalan President: Madrid 'oversteps red line'
Mi, 20. September 2017, 18:30

Spanish police raided multiple Catalan regional government buildings and arrested several senior officials ahead of a disputed independence referendum.

Obama criticizes Republican health plans
Do, 21. September 2017, 09:55

In a rare public appearance eight months after leaving office, former President Barack Obama took shots at his successor's plans on health care and foreign policy but didn't criticize him by name.

US pledges $32 million in aid to fleeing Rohingya
Do, 21. September 2017, 02:15

The US will provide a humanitarian aid package worth nearly $32 million to Rohingya who have fled violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State in recent weeks, the State Department announced Wednesday during the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

'Rocket man' is awkward Dad Trump's attempt to be cool
Mi, 20. September 2017, 03:20

What do you do if you have just a single catchphrase -- like, say, "You're fired!" -- and you need something fresh, something resonant, to hold the public's interest? If you are President Trump, you borrow a song title from Elton John -- "Rocket Man" -- and start using it as a nickname for North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un even though it doesn't make any sense at all and makes you sound like someone's awkward dad trying to be cool.

Apple Watch Series 3 is having issues
Mi, 20. September 2017, 22:32

The secret poverty in Germany

Trump: My friends go to Africa to get rich
Mi, 20. September 2017, 20:05

President Donald Trump tells African leaders at a United Nations General Assembly luncheon that he has many friends going to the continent to get rich.

Mormon singles put their faith in a dating app
Do, 21. September 2017, 08:51

Benjamin Brown is a glasses-wearing lawyer who flavors his language with words like "heck" and "gosh." He has also been punched in the face in an altercation over dating, one of the few subjects that can rile Mormon men.

Europe's best, worst airports
Do, 21. September 2017, 14:31

It's the added extra flight comparison sites never warn you about: How long is the airport transfer and how much will it cost me?

The hidden stories of London
Do, 21. September 2017, 12:51

On an unassuming corner in the East End of London, near a graffiti-covered storefront on Hanbury Street, there's no evidence that Eastern European Jewish tailors once fought here for a 12-hour workday over a century ago.

Dubai plans floating replica of Venice
Do, 21. September 2017, 03:23

Can the beauty of Venice be topped? Probably not. But Dubai is giving it its best shot.

Winter Olympics chance for 'inter-Korean peace'
Mi, 20. September 2017, 17:05

South Korean President Moon Jae-in hopes his "audacious plan" for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang can help unite North and South Korea.

WWI German U-boat found off Belgian coast
Di, 19. September 2017, 23:19

A sunken German WWI U-boat has been discovered in the North Sea off the coast of Belgium.

Jada Pinkett Smith denies she's a Scientologist
Mi, 20. September 2017, 18:59

Jada Pinkett Smith wants everyone to know she's not a Scientologist. She is just in the habit of practicing "human kindness."

NFL players learning how not to go broke
Do, 21. September 2017, 10:44

Last month, the Detroit Lions made their 29-year-old franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford the best-paid player in NFL history, inking a $135 million contract that included a $50 million signing bonus.

When you and your partner have mismatched libidos
Do, 21. September 2017, 11:28

About 15% of men and 34% of women say they're not really interested in sex, according to a new study, statistics that few experts find surprising. In fact, low desire in one partner is probably the top reason couples seek out sex therapy.

How digital technology is influencing design
Do, 21. September 2017, 04:43

It takes a feat of design skills and technological know-how to make a ceramic vase appear as though it has been blown away by the wind and stuck in that position.

Serena pens passionate letter about body image
Mi, 20. September 2017, 12:31

Serena Williams gave birth to her baby girl Alexis Olympia this month and as she adjusts to becoming a parent for the first time the tennis great has written a heartfelt letter to her own mother, Oracene Price.

Meet London's 'drag clowns'
Do, 14. September 2017, 22:00

From their hair salon in south-east London, Tuttii Fruittii and Toni Tits are redefining what it is to be eccentric with their unique "drag clown" aesthetic. For them, it's increasingly important to have a sense of humor about how you present yourself -- even if your elderly family members may not understand it.

Hottest looks in London right now
Mi, 20. September 2017, 17:15

Scroll through to see highlights from the Spring-Summer 2018 shows.

These schools are amazing
Mi, 20. September 2017, 20:48

The return of an infamous cult label
Mi, 20. September 2017, 16:43

As the old divisions between fashion, streetwear, couture and high-street continue to erode, it's only natural for stylists and industry figureheads to look towards original, iconoclastic brands of the past for inspiration. And they don't get much more iconoclastic or original than the cult Italian brand Fiorucci.

Is this the world's new design capital?
Do, 7. September 2017, 05:37

The tag "Made in Taiwan" has come a long way since the island first emerged as a post-war manufacturing powerhouse. Once the source of many of the world's cheap goods, Taiwan had become a global force in electronics industry by 1990s. In the process, industrial design has moved away from traditional low-cost production to the creation of original, high-value products.

Saudi's gated US compound
Mi, 20. September 2017, 03:00

An unusual pairing in ballet
Mi, 20. September 2017, 16:59

The camera tracks slowly onto a motionless, standing figure and then repeats the same movement. Fleetingly we wonder whether we are looking at the same dancer; the same brown-eyed girl, hair parted on the right, pinned back in a bun. The physical similarities seem uncanny, like encountering identical twins.

Western icons reimagined in Bedouin style
Mi, 20. September 2017, 09:38

Clad in Bedouin attire from head to toe, "Sheikh" William of Arabia is smiling, seemingly content with having swapped Kensington Palace for a humble tent and camels.

Why there is no 'Battle of the Sexes' in riding
Mi, 20. September 2017, 11:48

With the "Battle of the Sexes" movie about the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs hitting screens this month, all eyes will once again focus on gender equality in professional sports.

The homes of LA's (architectural) stars
Mi, 20. September 2017, 14:47

Los Angeles may be most famous for Hollywood, but it is also a mecca for modern architecture and an ideal destination to explore the work of the legendary architects synonymous with home design from the 1920s to the 1950s.