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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that Russian leadership wants to draw Belarus into the war. He appealed to Belarusians to stay away from the conflict. Follow DW for the latest.
A snakebite to the farm owner led German police to finding more than 110 snakes. The woman who was poisoned is in a critical condition in hospital.
Ukrainian officials said one person was killed and four injured after missiles struck a district near Kyiv's center. Meanwhile, G7 leaders are meeting in Germany.
The LGBTQ march in Istanbul had been banned by Turkish officials, who said it might lead to unrest. But a crowd still gathered near the city's Taksim Square.
Germany's Olaf Scholz is hosting the G7 summit in Bavaria, where world leaders pledged $600 billion dollars to help low-income states build "climate resilient infrastructure." The Ukraine war is also high on the agenda.
Prince Charles' office has denied any wrongdoing after reports that the British royal accepted bags of cash for his charity. The money was a donation from a Qatari politician.
Since the war in Ukraine began, Belarusians have enlisted in the Ukrainian army.
Intars Busulis had millions of fans in Russia. But he's given all that up now, to combat Russian propaganda
Sports-loving nuns sometimes meet resistance within the church.
In Bulgaria, high-school graduation parties are very important and very expensive affairs.
More and more Brits are fighting for water that’s free of waste and chemicals.
The NATO-Russia Founding Act was signed on May 27, 1997. It long ensured cooperation between the alliance and Moscow. DW takes a look at the development of relations between Russia and NATO over the past 25 years.
The status of EU candidacy for Ukraine and Moldova is the last stage of a reorganization of the continent. The time of buffer zones between East and West is coming to an end, says Roman Goncharenko.
Record numbers of African migrants died in 2021 while trying to reach the Canary Islands by boat.
A commuting street dog gives Istanbul's public transport network some free publicity.
Amsterdam tests new and old ways to cut street congestion and manage traffic more efficiently.
Yevgenia Belorusets has long focused on the most vulnerable members of Ukrainian society.
Wildfires devastated 75,000 hectares of the forests in Greece last summer. The government has admitted its mistakes, but as temperatures rise is the country any better prepared this year?
President Vladimir Putin intends to transfer the "conventional and nuclear versions" of the Iskander-M missile systems.
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