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Hurricane Ian made landfall, becoming one of the strongest storms to hit the US in years. It caused power outages and flash flooding but began to weaken as it moved inland.
Hurricane Ian hit Cuba with great force. The category 3 storm caused immense damage and a power outage across the country. Meanwhile Ian has been upgraded to a category 4 storm and is approaching Florida.
Bank of England buying govt bonds at 'urgent pace' - Campaign seeks to highlight Europe's rail failures
Leaders in Russian-controlled regions of Ukraine have announced victory in sham 'referendums' and called on Russia to formally annex them. The EU's response: no recognition of those results, and new, tougher sanctions.
European leaders say the leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines raise concerns about the security situation in the Baltic Sea region. The Kremlin, meanwhile, is denying allegations that it is behind the damage.
The new UK government's plan for huge tax cuts financed by borrowing have drawn strong criticism from the IMF. The British pound has slumped - so has London lost control of the economy? The Day put that question to Phillip Inman, economics editor of the UK's Observer newspaper.
Russia's Gazprom is threatening to sanction Ukraine's state gas company Naftogaz, potentially halting gas exports to Europe through Ukraine. The Day asked Lana Zerkal, an advisor to the Ukrainian energy ministry, if that is a likely outcome.
Airplanes are noisy, polluting and harmful to the environment. But at one small airport in the US, a fully electric aircraft is looking to take to the skies.
The Iranian men's national football team covered up their jerseys during the playing of their national anthem before a match in Austria. This was apparently done in support for the women's rights protests that have roiled the players' home country.
DW brings you the top international news stories in brief
Bhutan is often presented as an ideal country. The kingdom is famous for its breathtaking nature, environmental awareness, and its inhabitants' happiness. But behind the facade lurks a darker reality.
Afghanistan is sliding into one of the greatest humanitarian crises of our time. The loss of Western funding and the freezing of central bank assets after the Taliban returned to power have had dire consequences for the population. A warning: The first images in this report are disturbing.
Nigeria elections - campaigns kick off +++ Who are the main presidential contenders? +++ How exactly will Nigeria clean up its voter register? +++ Corruption in the Niger Delta
Brazil is facing the most polarized presidential race in decades. What do we know about the two most promising candidates, the populist incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and the former left-wing president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva?
One of the ways the Iranian authorities are trying to control the unrest is by trying to restrict internet access. So how have protestors been making use of the internet? DW's The Day put that question to Justin Sherman, a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, in Washington D.C.
The demonstrations sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini are the largest anti-government protests in Iran since 2009. DW's Birgit Maass met with Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi. She shared her thoughts on why, this time, the protests could lead to a change.
Hurricane Ian has left a trail of destruction across Cuba, cutting off power to a million people. The storm is now heading for the southern United States. Florida is bracing itself for one of the fiercest storms in decades.
Veteran Russian diplomat Boris Bondarev, who resigned in protest of the war and spoke to DW from an undisclosed location, says President Vladimir Putin has created a situation from which he has no good exit.
Many in China have no other option than to move into unfinished homes. Yet, there are others who don't want to leave their old homes. A look at China's uncertain property market. And later, an offbeat story - how traditional Chinese medicine is proving a hit with pets and pet owners in China.
Protests over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody have been met with a violent response from Iranian authorities. It's causing concern for Iranians around the world. DW sports met two Iranian athletes now living in Germany.
After sham 'referendums' in Russian-occupied regions in Ukraine, Moscow-installed officials say 87 to 99 percent of residents voted yes to being annexed into the Russian Federation. Some separatist leaders have already formally requested incorporation.
Though transgender communities face widespread social stigma, discrimination and economic hardship, Mami Yuli has earned recognition and acceptance thanks to her success.
Four Star General David Petraeus told DW that Ukraine should become a NATO member after the war with Russia is over. "The success of some kind of Marshall Plan for Ukraine needs a security guarantee, otherwise it will not succeed."
A new wedding trend is emerging in Uganda: Choreographed line dancing! Brides and grooms invite their guests to the floor for a sleek routine. It’s no wonder entertainers and dance instructors like Allan Muhebwa are fully booked during wedding season!
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