Villages across Russia are emptying as people flock to the cities. More than 20,000 have been entirely abandoned. Nevertheless, Rafgat Abzalov stayed put in Kirillo-Karmasan, even after everyone else had left.
America's most prestigious awards in journalism have been announced, after they were delayed due to coronavirus. Publications in Alaska and Kentucky were awarded for local investigative reporting.
Karl Cramm’s father was one of the more than 1 million German soldiers still considered missing after WWII. The 83-year-old had last seen him when he was just a boy. Then he got some surprising news.
Kyiv has pulled out troops from the area near the village of Petrivske, paving a way for a new top level peace summit. Russia's Vladimir Putin and Germany's Angela Merkel spoke about granting Donbass a special status.
The pandemic has also affected dancers on leading Russian stages, but dancing is still continuing during the COVID-19 lockdown — just in a different way. DW's Russia correspondent Yuri Resheto reports.
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