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The world's greatest spy is coming to the big screen and cinemas around the world hope that ticket sales help them overcome their crisis. Movie theaters are banking on the new Bond flic to bring in revenue.
Being an export-oriented nation, trade ties have always been key to Germany's economic success. Lisandra Flach, director of the ifo Center for International Economics, looks at the nation's future trade policy.
The Brazilian town of Brumadinho was devastated in 2019 by the collapse of a dam. This week the first lawsuit against the German industrial inspector that certified the dam began in Munich.
In Afghanistan, Taliban fighters gunned down four alleged kidnappers during a shootout in the western city of Herat. They were suspected of abducting a businessman and his son. Taliban authorities then made a show of their brand of justice.
Afghanistan heads closer to economic collapse, with the banks limiting withdrawals, inflation high, and unemployment growing. Our correspondent reports from Kabul that are people are starving. The Taliban has also announced the reinstatement of executions and amputations. Plus a roundup of other major developments from the country.
Portugal is winding down its military-led vaccine task force, having reached its target. Around 80 percent of the country's population is already fully vaccinated. That makes it the global leader.
DW brings you the top international news stories in brief
A US federal jury has found pop musician R. Kelly guilty of leading a sex trafficking ring. Prosecutors accused the R&B artist of exploiting his stardom for more than two decades to lure women and girls into his orbit for sex. He could face life in prison.
Michelle Bachelet is a real trailblazer: She was Chile's first female defense minister and then first female president. The UN Human Rights Commissioner told DW why the world needs a change of culture and why she's not proud of being "the first."
The Nigerian mafia has taken hold in Germany. Their main business? Smuggling young women in refugee boats to Europe, then forcing them into sex work to pay off their debts.
Coalition talks to begin after tight German election - TÜV SÜD faces claim over 2019 Brazil dam collapse
More power, quality, and comfort. Porsche has given the Macan a facelift. As the EV compact car market hots up, we tested 3 midrange models. And Warsaw seen through the eyes of a real character who lives for the road.
The Porsche Macan has become more and more a bestseller at Porsche in recent years. So what's in the new Macan? Is it really that flexible on the racetrack and in everyday use, or is it just an overpriced SUV?
As the EV compact car market hots up, we tested three mid-range competitors: the Kia E-Soul, Opel Mokka E and VW ID.3. Which provides the best value for money for people not keen on either SUVs or tiny electric cars?
Bart, a Polish Taxi driver, left his office desk job to be able to interact with people. He has so many stories to tell that he even wrote a book about it.
The conservative CDU/CSU has suffered its worst result in a federal election. Without Angela Merkel leading the charge, the party's most important driving force was missing. Nowhere else is this as evident as in Merkel's own constituency.
Weeks after the Taliban overran Kabul, Afghanistan's economic chaos continues. Banks are limiting withdrawals and the nation's currency is in free fall, as basic food prices skyrocket. The Taliban are pointing the blame at the international community.
As efforts to forge a new governing coalition get underway, it looks increasingly like one of the big obstacles will be squaring the parties' divergent positions on how to tackle climate change. The Free Democrats and the Greens both agree it's an urgent problem but have very different ideas about how to fix it.
Inflation is surging in Brazil, addding more pain onto families that were already struggling with the pandemic economic fallout.
Coalition talks to begin after tight German election - Berlin voters back property expropriation measure - France seeks to end pandemic aid payments
The Taliban have banned barbers in Afghanistan's Helmand province from shaving or trimming beards, claiming it breaches Islamic law. The orders were issued by the vice and virtue department of the provincial Taliban government.
Lines of cars formed at British gas stations for a fourth day as the government considered sending in the army to help ease supply disruptions. The Petrol Retailers Association, which represents almost 5,500 independent gas stations, said about two-thirds of its members had run out of fuel.
The Social Democrats narrowly won Germany's election and are predicting a new government could be in place by the end of the year. Germany's conservatives came in second, marking their worst-ever election performance.
Social Democrats win most votes in German elections - UK government blames panic buying for fuel shortage
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