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An investigative report into President Jair Bolsonaro has recommended his indictment over the COVID-19 response
Officials from 10 different countries were attending the meeting with Taliban representatives.
The jailed Russian opposition leader has been awarded the European Parliament's rights prize for his efforts to challenge President Vladimir Putin's grip on power.
Prosecutors have arrested two former soldiers accused of being the ringleaders of an attempt to form a terror group.
Authorities say the suspects had talked about "an armed uprising" against German institutions.
A year has passed since gunmen in the Nigerian city of Lagos opened fire on demonstrators. Victims still seek justice.
The NHS said "things are only going to get worse" and that "the health service is right at the edge." Despite the gloomy outlook, Health Minister Sajid Javid has resisted calls for restrictions to be reintroduced.
Romania is getting crushed by one of the worst coronavirus waves in Europe. Vaccine skepticism and inaction on the part of the president, the administration and authorities are largely to blame.
Germany may miss a goal to donate 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries. Meanwhile, a committee in Brazil is set to present its report on President Bolsonaro's pandemic response. DW has the latest.
The UK and New Zealand have inked a trade deal that eliminates tariffs on a wide range of goods. New Zealand said it was one of the best deals ever while the UK hopes for entry into Pacific trade partnership.
The US president has voiced his concern over China's missile capabilities as his nominee to be the next ambassador to the country said "we certainly cannot trust the Chinese" over the issue of Taiwan.
The US Federal Reserve's "beige book" on economic conditions reports pandemic-related uncertainty. Supply bottlenecks and labor shortages have slowed US growth and contributed to inflation.
US media reports that Trump National Golf Club's finances are under scrutiny, with a probe launched into whether it has misled a valuation for tax purposes.
Separatists accused the government of killing civilians in the strike that Adis Ababa said was targeting arms depots. Amid the turmoil, the UN announced withdrawing half of its staff from the country.
The Social Democrats have named Bärbel Bas as the new president of the German parliament, the Bundestag. After the departure of Chancellor Angela Merkel, the country will again see a marked gender imbalance in politics.
Bild tabloid Editor-in-Chief Julian Reichelt was fired after The New York Times detailed misconduct toward female employees. The case is now making waves internationally.
Libya has not managed to emerge from the conflict that preceded dictator Moammar al-Gadhafi's death on October 20, 2011. Parliamentary elections scheduled for December have been postponed.
Facebook announced major investments in "the metaverse." DW breaks down what it is, and how you might already be in it.
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Alexei Navany is fighting to return to the Russians their basic political freedoms, writes Konstantin Eggert.
As the guest of honor at the world's largest book fair, Canada is showcasing its multicultural literature.
A documentary tells the story of a young Jew who tries to free himself of the Holocaust legacy through a computer game.
The Westin Hotel Leipzig commissioned an independent report that it says casts doubt on singer Gil Ofarim's claims he was the victim of a verbal antisemitic attack while checking in.
Security was tight at the airport as officials accepted the Olympic torch ahead of the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing.
In an entertaining European encounter, Bayern Munich sealed the win expected of them.
The French international is accused of complicity in an attempt to blackmail former teammate Mathieu Valbuena.
The exit of the monetary policy hawk comes amid heated debate about the future of ECB policies.
When it comes to manufacturing footballs, is it a case of both fair play and fair pay?
Closed schools and a lack of education. Pupils all over the world suffer due to the pandemic.
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