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In Sudan, tens of thousands took to the streets of Khartoum after the army seized power and arrested leading civilian politicians. The African Union suspended the country's membership. The UN, the US and the EU condemned the takeover.
DW brings you the top international news stories in brief
UN climate experts say our future is threatened by rising global temperatures. We are already experiencing more heat waves, forest fires and flooding. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says it is crucial to take immediate action to reduce greenhouse gases.
Lea Schüller, Bayern Women's goal scorer, wants to go to the 2022 European Football Championship as a regular in the DFB team.
Report: Africa to see less funding for fossil fuels - Nigeria introduces eNaira digital currency - Solar powered vehicles made in Germany?
Sudan's military wrestles power in coup+++ECOWAS court hears lawsuit against Nigeria's Twitter ban+++Uganda pushes for more COVID-19 vaccinations.
Over time, the protective power of a COVID-19 vaccination (or recovery) goes down. Could an antibody test tell you by how much?
German IS returnee Jennifer W. is one of the first people worldwide to receive a prison sentence for war crimes against Yazidis in Iraq.
Ahead of COP26, Citigroup chief executive Jane Fraser told DW she hopes the upcoming UN Climate Conference in Scotland will produce a framework to support the green transition in the developing world.
The famous Cure Salee festival in northern Niger brings nomadic people from across the Sahara to celebrate their rich culture, hold camel races and meet with other dignitaries from the region.
A new all-women show on YouTube in Pakistan challenges patriarchal attitudes in the country. The hosts tells us the time is right for women to claim their space in a national discourse that often excludes them. And in India too, a struggle for equality. The country's marginalised Dalit women want justice, but these demands often come at a terrible cost.
DW science correspondent Derrick Williams answers a viewer's question about whether there is a link between coronavirus vaccines and changes to women's menstrual cycles.
No jab, no job — that's the policy in Zimbabwe and more and more countries around the world. And it's not just public servants who have to get inoculated — private companies are demanding it too. Some unions say that intrudes on workers' privacy.
While infection rates in Gaza remain high, vaccination uptake is still sluggish among the territory's two million inhabitants.
Turkish Lira Tumbles - Sanction Fashion Boom - Mobility Startups
Eritrean-born lawyer Awet Tesfaiesus had been involved in local politics before elected to German parliament. She hopes that her visibility as an MP will encourage young immigrant women to follow her footsteps.
The lira extended its fall into record-low territory after the Turkish president had pushed the central bank to cut interests rates to boost lending and growth. But the drawbacks are dire, say economist Erdal Yalcin.
In Germany, two manufacturers are trying to find their place in the electric car market with solar power. Whether they succeed remains an open questions. But their chances aren't bad.
Turkish Lira Tumbles - Mobility Startups - Sanction Fashion Boom
Soaring gas prices impact not only industries but the most vulnerable people in society. With winter on its way in Europe, some households are struggling to pay their heating bills.
Kholood Khair, managing director at Insight Strategy Partners in Khartoum, analyzes the situation on the ground.
A highlight of autumn is nature in all its colorful splendor. Let us show you on which hiking trails you can enjoy the best views – from Austria to Montenegro to England.
The COVID pandemic is high on the agenda as an influential group of world leaders meets for the World Health Summit in Berlin and online.
So cringe and lost: Teen talk is annually recognized by expert linguists and Langenscheidt publishers. Check out past German youth words of the year.
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