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Several people were killed and at least 140 injured in clashes between soldiers and protesters after Sudan's military seized power. The UN Security Council is set to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis.
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Sudan's military has launched a coup attempt against the country's government — and risks losing international support.
Several media reports based on analysis of leaked internal documents include details of how Facebook's apps allegedly enabled curbs on free speech and failed to stop content connected to human trafficking.
After declaring 10 diplomats from Western countries "persona non grata" over their support of a civil society leader, it appears Turkish President Erdogan has changed his mind.
The African Union has secured over 100 million vaccine doses with partial US help. Meanwhile, China will begin vaccinating children as young as 3 years old. Follow DW for more.
US authorities are to rule on approval for the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11 years this month.
The United States is set to welcome international travelers who are fully vaccinated as of November 8. Proof of vaccination of US-approved or WHO emergency use authorized vaccines will be accepted. Follow DW for more.
Roh Tae-woo, who served as South Korean president from 1988 to 1993, has died of natural causes at age 88. Although he was the country's first popularly elected head of state, his career ended in ignominy.
The measure, long slammed by rights groups as a means to crush dissent, was imposed in 2017 to "fight terrorism."
The southern US state is the latest to enact prohibiting transgender girls from participating in female sports at public schools. Rights groups vowed to fight the ban.
Members of the neo-Nazi party made international headlines trying to turn themselves into an anti-migrant border patrol.
As Addis Ababa steps up its air offensive against the TPLF, the civilian population grows more desperate by the hour.
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The trial of a German IS wife wasn't only about the death of a 5-year-old girl. It was about justice for genocide.
Countries are set to make further vows to radically cut emissions. But without financial support they won't be much use.
As Germany host Israel in the Women's World Cup qualifiers in Essen, one Israeli player will feel right at home.
Over time, the protective power of a COVID-19 vaccination (or recovery) goes down. Could a test tell you just how much?
No jab, no job — that's the policy in Zimbabwe and more and more countries around the world.
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