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Lyra McKee: Woman arrested over Northern Ireland journalist's murder
Police said they had arrested the 57-year-old woman under the Terrorism Act. The arrest came hours after the New IRA admitted responsibility for the killing journalist Lyra McKee. [ + ]

How Volodymyr Zelenskiy beat Petro Poroshenko in Ukraine
Volodymyr Zeleniskiy gave incumbent Petro Poroshenko a record smackdown in Ukraine's presidential election. How did a 41-year-old comedian with no clear manifesto win the trust of voters — almost without campaigning? [ + ]

Bulgarian journalist's killer gets 30 years in prison
The man who raped and murdered Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova has been sentenced to three decades in jail. Marinova had been jogging near the Danube river when she was killed "in a particularly brutal manner." [ + ]

Dozens of migrants caught crossing English Channel in boats
A total of 36 people have been intercepted trying to reach Britain from the European mainland in small boats. Officials warn that migrants are risking their lives by crossing the world's busiest shipping lane. [ + ]

Greta Thunberg at London climate protest: 'We will never stop fighting'
More than 1,000 people have been arrested since anti-climate change protests started in the British capital on April 15. Greta Thunberg said the movement would "make sure" politicians take drastic action. [ + ]

Russia and EU court Ukraine's new president
The EU's Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker pledged to continue their "steadfast support" for Ukraine's sovereignty. Russia's Dmitry Medvedev told the new president that there was still a chance to improve relations. [ + ]

Poland: World Jewish Congress condemns anti-Semitic tradition revival
The World Jewish Congress has slammed a Polish town's beating and burning of an effigy of Judas as promoting anti-Semitism. The Catholic Church has banned the pre-Easter practice and says it glorifies violence. [ + ]

Opinion: Ukraine votes for fresh start with comedian
Volodymyr Zelenskiy made light work of incumbent Petro Poroshenko in the presidential polls. Ukrainians have voted for a fresh start, but that also comes with the risk of failure and disappointment, writes Bernd Johann. [ + ]

Lyra McKee: Police release 2 men held over journalist's murder
Police believe Lyra McKee was killed by a stray bullet that was fired during rioting in the Northern Irish city of Londonderry. Her death shocked the politicians in Ireland and the United Kingdom. [ + ]

Ukraine: Zelenskiy outshined Poroshenko on way to victory
Television actor and satirist Volodymyr Zelenskiy will be the next president of Ukraine. His election campaign lacked substance — but was both aggressive and successful. So what are his plans for the country? [ + ]

North Macedonia presidential vote heads for runoff
None of the three candidates won support from more than 50% of registered voters. That means the first presidential poll since the country's contentious name change will come down to a runoff in May. [ + ]

Ukraine election: Volodymyr Zelenskiy wins landslide victory
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has won a major victory over incumbent Petro Poroshenko. The comedian plays the role of president in a fictional television sitcom. [ + ]

Paris Easter Mass-goers pray for Notre Dame's reconstruction
Easter mass in the French capital had to be relocated from the badly burned Notre Dame to the smaller Saint-Eustache church. The archbishop of Paris paid tribute to the city's fire brigade. [ + ]

Opinion: Catholic Church has a duty to migrants, abuse victims
In the eyes of many, the Catholic Church has lost all moral authority. It must use this year's Easter message as a chance for renewal, to once again stand up for the oppressed in society, says Christoph Strack. [ + ]

Opinion: Notre Dame is a symbol of Europe
Notre Dame is more than just a cathedral. That's why we should welcome, rather than criticize, the donors pledging vast sums to help rebuild this unique edifice, writes DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl. [ + ]

Ukrainians vote in presidential runoff
Ukrainians are voting in a runoff election pitting incumbent President Poroshenko against comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Zelenskiy has been leading in opinion polls. [ + ]

Spain: Socialists lead election polls, but majority of voters uncertain
Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez could win re-election on April 28. But a left-wing government is far from certain, with neither left nor right wing blocs on track to easily reach a majority. [ + ]

'Journalism in Serbia is unwanted'
Serbia's government controls key news sources and real journalism is unwanted, award-winning reporter Andjela Milivojevic told DW. Independent journalists are often publicly slammed as "traitors." [ + ]

German defense chief urges nuclear arms treaty with Russia
General Eberhard Zorn says he's disturbed by the American and Russian withdrawal from the INF nuclear missile treaty. He warned that Moscow remains "a big threat" to peace in Europe. [ + ]

Opinion: Russia is no place for young people
It's almost impossible to find a decent salary and comfortable living conditions in Russia. For many young people, the only options are to build a life in Moscow or leave the country, says Anastasia Arinushkina. [ + ]
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