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Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden have agreed that "open consultations" could have prevented the diplomatic row between Paris and Washington over a nuclear submarine deal.
The UN health agency now ranks air pollution on a par with smoking or an unhealthy diet. As a result, it has issued new, stricter guidelines they claim could save millions of lives.
Rescuers had found the woman alone on a remote part of a Croatian island. She appeared not to have any knowledge of who she was.
The aircraft was reportedly flying at a very low altitude when it disappeared from the radar in the Khabarovsk region. A search-and-rescue mission is underway.
Germany will return to normal pre-pandemic life next year, according to Health Minister Jens Spahn. The WHO has recorded a decline in infections and deaths globally. All the latest with DW.
The US will buy another 500 million vaccines to share with the world, President Joe Biden said. He also announced the launch of a EU-US vaccine partnership for closer transatlantic cooperation.
A 30-year-old man allegedly attacked passengers on a bus that was traveling to Serbia, prompting a standoff with the police. The vehicle was eventually seized.
Most of Thantlang's 10,000 people have escaped amid fighting between the military and the anti-junta movement. The resistance fighters claim 30 soldiers have been killed.
Ocean temperatures and water levels are continuing to rise as a result of human intervention. This is having a widespread impact on sealife and weather patterns.
Researchers say the eruption on La Palma could wreak havoc throughout December in a worst-case scenario. Earthquakes, lava flows, toxic gases, volcanic ash and acid rain are continuing to pose a danger to residents.
A top aide to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was shot at in an attempted assassination that left his car's driver wounded, Ukrainian police have said. Russia has denied having a role in the attack.
The sprawling real estate firm caused financial markets to panic amid fears it could default on a huge interest payment. This agreement with bondholders has calmed the market for now.
US authorities confirmed that a body found at a Wyoming national park has been identified as Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, who went missing on a trip with her fiance, Brian Laundrie.
The US and China came out in favor of dialogue and diplomacy as Turkey announced it would sign the Paris Agreement. South Korea called for US talks with the North. DW summarizes key moments from the UN General Assembly.
Overruling an earlier decision, judges ordered a small far-right party to remove its controversial posters that appeared to target the Green Party.
The family of Harry Dunn, who was killed in a crash involving the wife of a US diplomat, says a US civil suit has been settled, but the criminal case is still going.
A man acting "out of anger" fatally shot a gas station clerk who asked him to wear a mask. Public figures have pointed to Germany's Querdenken movement, warning of possible radicalization among coronavirus skeptics.
By 2025, the fast-food chain aims to "drastically" cut plastic in Happy Meal toys worldwide. More-sustainable toys could be made from cardboard and recycled materials, the company says.
Libyan lawmakers are split over the unity government, but also over the question of whether the latest no-confidence vote was valid. The row raises questions about a UN-backed election.
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Germany's allies are looking closely at what the upcoming election could mean for the country's foreign policy.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged China will stop funding coal fired power plants abroad. We look at why the announcement is historic and the impact it will have on at least ten countries in Asia. And why Afghanistan's Hazara are fearful of life under the Taliban.
DW' Akanksha Saxena met a group of Hazara refugees who fled the Taliban to India.
In his first address at the UN General Assembly, US President Biden has urged global cooperation.
Rivers of lava on the Spanish island of La Palma continue to engulf everything in their path. A new fissure has now emerged north of the original eruption site.
Biden called for greater cooperation on climate change, global conflict and the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, UN chief Antonio Guterres warned of a rising "sense of impunity" in governments across the world.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau looks set to form another minority government following Canada's parliamentary election. The prime minister framed the vote as a referendum on his party's handling of the COVID pandemic.
A booster dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID jab increases its efficacy rate to 94%, the drugmaker said. The company is expected to state its case to US regulators. Follow DW for the latest.
The US appears to not be individually assessing asylum claims of people it is deporting to Haiti, the UN refugee agency warned. Over 6,000 migrants were recently expelled.
The EU's Court of Justice has ordered Poland to pay a daily fine of €500,000 for keeping the Turow coal mine open. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has refused to comply with the order.
Police said they can confirm that all three suspects were military intelligence operatives, in the attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal. The latest suspect is being charged with attempted murder, among others.
The announcement comes after the Taliban established the last members of its all-male Cabinet. The group recently banned women in grades six to 12 from attending school.
Germany's European Affairs minister said it will be difficult to rebuild trust between the EU and its allies as the US, UK, and Australia insist that long-term relations with France won't be affected.
Russia has always denied any involvement in the death of a former spy, but the European Court of Human Rights says it was "beyond doubt" that Moscow assassinated Alexander Litvinenko.
A major fire broke out at a migrant camp on the Greek island of Samos, a day before the last residents were due to be moved to a new facility.
Discovered in September 1991, the world's most famous glacier mummy provides not only insights, but remains a curiosity to many.
Spectacular routes featuring majestic mountains, lush forests, the wide-open ocean, and the occasional hair-raising hairpin turns. Here are our top ten picks.
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