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On December 1948, the United Nations agreed that the "inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world."
Chile is the world's largest copper producer and has profited from China's economic boom in the past decade. But as China's growth slowed, so did copper imports. Chile's small-scale miners are particularly vulnerable.
British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson says we need to stop the criminalization of drug use. DW's Ines Pohl caught up with him in New York where the issue has been high on the agenda of a UN meeting.
Europe delivers potential tariff hit-list to USA - Siemens health care unit launches IPO
Europe delivers potential tariff hit-list to USA – Siemens health care unit launches IPO
Vladimir Putin has used a system of misinformation and cronyism to stay in power for decades. DW takes a look at how an obscure low-level spy became an unbeatable leader.
Young Europeans recently gathered in Brussels for two days of debate and to vote on their vision for Europe. Things were more cheerful than when heads of state and government take part, says Uta Steinwehr from Brussels.
Germany’s new interior minister has polarized the country with his statements on Islam. But although he has opened up an important debate, he is going about it in exactly the wrong way, says DW editor-in-chief Ines Pohl.
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