Dodgy Gaming Business: Malta Plays Fast and Loose with Online Gambling Firms

Dodgy Gaming Business Malta Plays Fast and Loose with Online Gambling Firms

When it comes to online gaming, Malta is a true paradise. The country's supervisory controls are loose and officials often look the other way, opening the door for possible money laundering and tax evasion, a whistleblower claims. By Christoph Pauly more...

Trump's White House: A Vortex of Scandal, Chaos and Absurdity

Trump's White House A Vortex of Scandal, Chaos and Absurdity

The White House is becoming more chaotic by the day. Now, a special counsel has been brought in to investigate possible connections between President Donald Trump's team and Russia. But the most important question is now whether Trump is mentally stable enough to be president. By Mathieu von Rohr more... Comment ]


A Danger to the World: It's Time to Get Rid of Donald Trump

A Danger to the World It's Time to Get Rid of Donald Trump

Donald Trump has transformed the United States into a laughing stock and he is a danger to the world. He must be removed from the White House before things get even worse. A DER SPIEGEL Editorial by Klaus Brinkbäumer more... Comment ]

Interview with Julian Assange: 'WikiLeaks Will Always Be the Bad Boy'

Interview with Julian Assange 'WikiLeaks Will Always Be the Bad Boy'

Has WikiLeaks become a tool of Russian propaganda? Platform founder Julian Assange, 45, responds to the accusations, addresses the effects of hackers on Western elections and talks about the "WannaCry" attack. Interview Conducted by Michael Sontheimer and Jörg Schindler  in London more... Comment ]


Desperate in Athens: Unaccompanied Migrant Boys in Greece Turn to Prostitution

Desperate in Athens Unaccompanied Migrant Boys in Greece Turn to Prostitution

In Greece, refugees face dire living conditions, limited housing and catastrophically long wait times for their claims. On a square in Athens, unaccompanied boys from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria are increasingly pursuing a last-ditch option for survival: prostitution. By Giorgos Christides more... Comment ]

Yemen Foreign Minister: 'Our Enemies Want to Starve Us'

Yemen Foreign Minister 'Our Enemies Want to Starve Us'

The ongoing civil war in Yemen has already cost 10,000 lives and there are no indications that peace will take hold any time soon. SPIEGEL spoke with the foreign minister of the self-proclaimed Houthi government about why the violence continues unabated. Interview Conducted by Susanne Koelbl more... Comment ]


Tasting Freedom: Saudi Arabia Experiments with Reform Amid Economic Downturn

Tasting Freedom Saudi Arabia Experiments with Reform Amid Economic Downturn

As oil riches have declined in Saudi Arabia, the crisis has forced change in the country. Women are joining the workforce and music is even being permitted on the streets. Can the world's most conservative nation reinvent itself? By Susanne Koelbl In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia more... Comment ]

Women's Rights Quiz: What Country Has the Most Female Managers?

Women's Rights Quiz What Country Has the Most Female Managers?

In many parts of the world, women have a much harder time than men. Compared internationally, the situation isn't as problematic in Germany, but women in many countries are still faring better. Do you know which ones? more...


Social Design Award 2017: Wanted: Good Ideas for Green City Oases!

Social Design Award 2017 Wanted: Good Ideas for Green City Oases!

The Social Design Award, now being presented for the fourth time by SPIEGEL ONLINE and SPIEGEL WISSEN, is all about shaping our public and community life. more...