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February 23, 2017

Photo Gallery: Candidates in the Dutch Election

Be they Christians, animal rights activists or pensioners, almost every interest group has its own political party in the Netherlands. A look at the 11 candidates with the greatest chances for success. more...

February 22, 2017

Photo Gallery: The Birth of Tehran's Contemporary Art Museum

The collection of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art was to be shown in Berlin in December, but Iranian officials declined permission to send the artworks out of the country. SPIEGEL spoke with former Empress Farah Pahlavi, who assembled the collection in the 1970s. She's been living in exile for 38 years. more...


February 20, 2017

Photo Gallery: Visiting Assad's Rump State

With the fall of Aleppo, the regime of Bashar Assad once again controls the country's second-largest city. But is reconciliation possible in the country? A journey through the dictator's rump state. more...

February 17, 2017

Photo Gallery: Simmering Distrust

The Minsk agreement, designed to bring peace to eastern Ukraine, turned two this week. But it hasn't stopped the violence -- in part because Kiev has done little to promote reconciliation. If that doesn't change, unifying the country will prove impossible. more...


February 14, 2017

Photo Gallery: Merkel's Sputtering Re-Election Campaign

With just six months until Germans go to the polls, Angela Merkel's re-election is looking less certain by the week. Martin Schulz is a dangerous adversary and his Social Democrats are full of the kind of enthusiasm that the chancellor's party lacks. more...

February 13, 2017

Photo Gallery: Romania Rallies

Romania finds itself gripped by the largest protests since 1989 as the country rallies against corruption. The pro-EU demonstrators are young, organize via social media and are targeting the country's political elite. more...


February 10, 2017

Photo Gallery: Germany Finally Takes E-Cars Seriously

The automobile of the future drives autonomously and runs on batteries. Daimler, VW and BMW, which have waited dangerously long to join the trend, are on the verge of the biggest upheaval in their history. Can the reboot succeed? more...

Photo Gallery: Campaign Goes into High Gear in France

In the race for the French presidency, one candidate after the other is stumbling. Conservative François Fillon's campaign is the latest to come undone after reports of financial irregularities involving his wife. Who is going to stop the rise of Marine Le Pen? more...


February 06, 2017

Photo Gallery: Trump's 'Clique of Bloggers and Tweeters'

Is Donald Trump in the process of transforming the United States into an autocracy? His first weeks in office make it look as though that is his aim. The president is hewing closely to the ideas of his chief strategist, making Stephen Bannon the most dangerous man in America. more...

February 03, 2017

Photo Gallery: A City of Superlatives

St. Petersburg is a place of protest against power -- and the only major Russian city in which the opposition still has a say. Why? more...