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July 21, 2017

Photo Gallery: Protests in Poland

Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the most powerful politician in Poland, is the architect of judicial reforms that have drawn massive criticism across Europe. As the Polish government chips away at checks and balances, is it possible the politician could drive the country out of the EU? more...

July 20, 2017

Photo Gallery: The Digital Doctor

The health care sector is facing a far-reaching and unpredictable revolution. Smartphones are capable of replacing many devices that have become standard in medical practices and some apps will soon be able to provide diagnoses as well. Patients are becoming less reliant on doctors. more...


July 14, 2017

Photo Gallery: A Desperate Situation

The violence that erupted at the G-20 summit last week has raised significant questions as to whether protecting world leaders was prioritized over the safety of the people of Hamburg. Police records from the weekend reveal the full scale of the chaos. more...

July 13, 2017

Photo Gallery: Life in Qaraqosh after Islamic State

Before Islamic State invaded, Qaraqosh was home to Iraq's largest Christian community. Now liberated after three years of occupation, little remains and former residents are considering whether its worth rebuilding in a country with an unclear future. more...


July 08, 2017

Photo Gallery: A Hamburg Neighborhood Digs Out

For several hours on Friday evening, the Black Bloc rampaged through Hamburg's Schanzenviertel neighborhood. The result was looted shops, torn up roads and plenty of debris. more...

July 07, 2017

Photo Gallery: Protests and Police in Hamburg

Cars have been burned and water cannon used. But there have also been a number of peaceful protests as well as G-20 world leaders engage in all-day meetings. more...


July 06, 2017

Photo Gallery: A Long Night in Turkey

Almost one year ago, a coup attempt took place against Turkish President Erdogan. Even today, it remains unclear who was behind the attempt to overthrow the government. SPIEGEL reviewed numerous documents to create a chronology of events, as they happened. more...

July 05, 2017

Photo Gallery: Can Our World Be Fixed?

In Hamburg this week, thousands are preparing to launch protests against the exploitation of labor, the degredation of the environment and the extremes of capitalism. To solve the world's problems, a radically new approach is necessary. more...


June 30, 2017

Photo Gallery: Germany Moves To Legalize Gay Marriage

On Friday, German parliament passed a law paving the way for gay marriage. But the language of the country's constitution could lead to a serious legal challenge against the law. It may be too soon to celebrate. more...

June 28, 2017

Photo Gallery: Crooked Bets

Asian investors are buying into European football clubs, bringing money, new players and hope along with them. But some are engaged in match-fixing, manipulating games and earning millions off crooked bets. They have already infiltrated a number of teams. more...