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Prisons are breeding grounds for viruses, yet carceral administrations have revealed little about COVID-19 cases, deaths and vaccinations in Europe's prisons. Data from 32 countries show the pandemic's impact on prisons.
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The charges against her included incitement against the military and violating COVID regulations. It is the first ruling since her ousting and arrest following a military coup on February 1.
The SPD has presented its Cabinet ministers for Germany's new government. There are a few surprises.
A $531 billion business: SIPRI reports that arms sales by the world's 100 biggest manufacturers continue to increase.
Anti-racism campaigners were physically attacked and far-right Eric Zemmour put in a headlock as the presidential candidate's campaign got underway.
The vote comes a week after violent protests left four dead with Solomon Islands leader Manasseh Sogavare alleging a coup is being orchestrated by "Taiwan's agents."
DW is probing "serious allegations" of antisemitism posted privately online by DW employees that were reported in German media. The broadcaster is also halting cooperation with Jordan's TV Roya over antisemitic content.
Many areas of public life are now off-limits for Italians who have not had a COVID-19 shot. Rising infection rates have raised concerns ahead of the Christmas season.
Anthony Fauci has said that early reports on the severity of omicron infections are "encouraging." Italy has brought in tighter restrictions against the unvaccinated. DW has the latest.
Violence in the state of Nagaland escalated a day after security forces killed civilians in a botched counterinsurgency operation. State police has filed a murder case against the army unit.
Ukraine denied accusations that one of its helicopters violated Belarus' airspace after Minsk lodged a formal protest. The latest spat comes as tensions in the region continue to grow.
The first in-person talks between Russia and India’s leaders since 2019 are expected to see several agreements signed to bolster military and energy ties in particular.
Gambia's electoral commission has declared President Adama Barrow the winner of Saturday's election. But opposition candidates rejected this outcome and warned that "all actions are on table."
At least two Kurdish Peshmerga forces have been killed after IS militants launched an attack near Kirkuk. Northern Iraq has seen a recent uptick in IS activities.
Russia has accused the US Air Force of creating "a threat to civil aviation." An Aeroflot passenger plane reportedly narrowly avoided hitting a NATO aircraft.
The pope condemned the neglect migrants face as the "shipwreck of civilization." Francis spent time with refugees at a temporary facility on the island built to quickly replace the Moria camp that burned down last year.
Jailed opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova speaks with DW about the ongoing struggle against Alexander Lukashenko.
Germany's next government is promising to end homelessness by 2030. First, however, it has to get a handle on how big the problem exactly is — something advocates already know all too well.
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Aung San Suu Kyi’s attempt to lead Myanmar into a better future has failed.
Hamilton's win in Saudi Arabia means the 2021 Formula One drivers' championship will be decided on the final weekend.
RB Leipzig claim they have acted decisively, but Jesse Marsch has been scapegoated for Red Bull’s strategic failures.
Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg both swept to wins that leave just a point between them the top of the Women's Bundesliga.
The smart bandage can monitor chronic wounds with a sensor, saving time for both health care professionals and patients.
The first South America section at the Miniatur Wunderland has been opened after four years of work on two continents.
Japan's space agency wants to recruit people from a wide variety of backgrounds for an international moon mission.
According to a survey by "The Economist" magazine, Tel Aviv has surpassed Paris as the world's most expensive city.
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