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The explosions came hours after the capital's center was rocked by blasts, severely damaging residential buildings. Kyiv's mayor Vitali Klitschko says he believes the strike was a "symbolic attack" intended to intimidate Ukrainians ahead of an upcoming NATO summit.
DW presenter Lukas Stege tours the mountain river: The Lech river valley features 2,500 meter-tall mountains and the picturesque scenery of the Allgäu, home to Neuschwanstein Castle.
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Russian and Belarussian players are banned from Wimbledon Tennis Championships due to the invasion of Ukraine. Other players are skipping the illustrious event after it lost ranking points because of the decision. But several top stars are competing.
G7 leaders have agreed to invest hundreds of billion dollars in global infrastructure to help developing countries and bolster the world economy. The pledge came on the first day of their annual summit, which is being hosted by Germany this year.
A Ukrainian comedian is raising money for the war effort by performing in a Kyiv comedy cellar, which also doubles as a shelter during Russian bombardments. DW's Rebecca Ritters met the man fighting back against the invaders with laughter.
Pride parades take over the streets of major cities around the world in late June, as people celebrate LGBTQ communities and colorfully demonstrate for more equality, acceptance and respect.
The event has kicked off at the secluded Schloss Elmau hotel in the southern state of Bavaria. World leaders have begun talks with the war in Ukraine dominating the discourse.
In Ukraine, hundreds of Belarussian volunteer soldiers are helping to fight off Russian attacks. They are putting their lives on the line for democracy. Also: Vacation season has begun on the Black Sea. But Ukrainian refugees are being evicted from hotels there.
Since the war in Ukraine began, Belarusians have enlisted in the Ukrainian army. They've even formed their own regiment.
The United Nations says more than 7 million people have left Ukraine since the war began. Around 100,000 have gone to Bulgaria, where many have been staying in hotels on the Black Sea. Now they're having to make way for summer visitors. DW's Fanny Facsar reports.
Latvian singer Intars Busulis had millions of fans in Russia and a successful concert career. But he has given all that up now. He is writing pro-peace songs and using social media to try to show Russians what is happening in Ukraine. The move has come at some cost.
Sports-loving nuns sometimes meet resistance in the church. That doesn't damper the Vatican's female soccer players' enthusiasm.
Days after a deadly tremor, the Taliban appealed for international help. Thousands have been displaced by the 6.1-magnitude quake that struck the country on Tuesday, and the steep death toll is still rising.
Whether it's COVID-19, climate change or migration — fake news spreads six times faster on social media than facts. But how can you identify and check fake news? Here's some advice from DW's fact-checking team.
New information on monkeypox and COVID... isn't what we were hoping for. Also, when you really think about it, what is a nose?
Ukrainians were among the many LGBTQ activists who took to the streets of Warsaw. Due to Russia's war in Ukraine, Kyiv Pride was held this year in the Polish capital - in conjunction with Warsaw's annual Equality Parade.
Norway has raised its terror alert to the highest level after two people were killed and more than 20 wounded in a shooting rampage during Pride Week in Oslo. Police arrested one suspect and are treating the incident as an "act of Islamist terrorism."
About 4,000 demonstrators took to the streets in Munich, as Germany is preparing to host leaders from the G-7 countries. The activists are calling on the world's seven largest "advanced" economies to take greater action against climate change and global poverty.
Africa's creative scene is booming. But what happens if a country’s infrastructure weakens, or its political system restricts freedom of expression? At DW's Global Media Forum, artists discuss the role of art for the continent's future.
With debts of more than 50 billion dollars owed to foreign creditors, Sri Lanka is on the brink of bankruptcy and facing its worst economic crisis since independence. The country is fast running out of gasoline and medicine.
Sri Lanka is dealing with an economic crisis and facing bankruptcy. Plus: The environmental toll of global shipping. And indigenous peoples are working to protect Chile's Araucaria Forest.
Rhoda Akiny lives with her four children in Mbita on Lake Victoria and works as a successful fish trader.
Less rain is falling in many parts of eastern Germany. Water levels in many lakes are sinking as are groundwater levels, particularly near the water-hungry capital of Berlin. With climate change set to exacerbate the issue, solutions are needed.
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