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Germany's Humboldt Research Fellowships are very popular with visiting Chinese scientists. Back in China, some of them go on to do research for the military, a DW investigation has found.
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Ukraine's president has said Russia has "completely destroyed" the eastern industrial Donbas region. DW has the latest.
The influx of cash aims to support the financing of Ukraine's government, as Russia's war has decimated tax revenue.
Although Turkey has doubled down on blocking the membership, Western leaders are confident things will move quickly.
Now that shelling has mostly subsided, the city wants to get the subway running again. But many are reluctant to leave.
DW spoke with historian Christopher Clark on his perspective on the war in Ukraine.
A Russian artist and his Ukrainian friend have created a giant calligraphy project in Bali against the war in Ukraine.
With the war shutting Ukraine's harbors, the eastern port of Constanta has become a vital hub for grain shipments.
A patient in the German state of Bavaria has been infected with monkeypox, according to the Bundeswehr Institute of Microbiology in Munich. First cases were also detected in France and Belgium.
Germany's parliament greenlit the €9 per month ticket plan for public transport over the next three months.
Germany's parliament has decided how it will engage militarily with Mali, which witnessed another coup last year.
Lawmakers in the US state of Oklahoma have passed a bill restricting abortion immediately after the baby is conceived.
More than two years since first attempting to enter orbit, Boeing's Starliner appears on track to fulfill its mission.
Ottawa has said the move was due to cybersecurity concerns. The move follows similar bans in other Western countries.
A national opposition has united against President Kais Saied. But could the pursuit of democracy backfire?
US President Joe Biden is aiming to boost ties with the East Asian allies to face down China and North Korea.
Human rights activists say persecutions and systematic harassment have weakened the pro-democracy movement.
After crushes, head-butts and sexual assault, DW's Matt Ford isn't a fan of the current pitch invasion trend.
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Four years after their first ever relegation, Hamburg have one foot back in the Bundesliga thanks to a flukey goal.
Ahead of the DFB Cup final on May 21, we take a look at the eventful history of the venue with a lineup of 11 pictures.
Human monkeypox infections are extremely rare in Europe. But experts are puzzled over how the virus is transmitted.
White-supremacist killers are invoking environmental concerns to justify murder.
Some ancient herbal remedies have been shown to have robust medical benefits.
Natural gas prices in the US have hit a 13-year high, as Europe seeks alternative sources over the Ukraine war.
Three months after the Philippines reopened from a long COVID lockdown, most schools remain shut.
Since her international title in 2020, Marina Correia has been tearing it up on the world's longboard dance scene.
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