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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.
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The rights prize has been awarded to Navalny for his efforts to challenge President Vladimir Putin's grip on power.
Officials from 10 different countries were attending the meeting with Taliban representatives.
Prosecutors have arrested two former Bundeswehr soldiers accused of being the ringleaders of an attempt to form a terror group. The planned paramilitary unit in Yemen would have put civilian lives at risk, they said.
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.
Major economies will burn more than double the coal, oil and gas in 2030 than hoped for to prevent the worst effects of climate change. The UN called for cuts of emissions, by nearly 50%, to meet climate goals.
A year has passed since gunmen in the Nigerian city of Lagos opened fire on demonstrators. Victims still seek justice.
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has said Russia is likely behind a wave of illegal immigrants from Belarus. He also says the EU has much to do on migrant policy despite numbers being below those of 2015 and 2016.
Technology giant Facebook could change its name next week, according to a report published by The Verge. A name change could reflect a new focus for the social media company.
Japan's Meteorological Agency has raised the alert level for the volcano, and authorities said they were checking if there were any climbers on the mountain at the time of the eruption.
Two roadside bombs have exploded on a bus carrying troops in Damascus. Such attacks have become rare in the capital since opposition fighters were driven from the city by government forces in 2018.
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.
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.
Dueling diplomatic downgrades by NATO and the Kremlin have brought relations to their lowest levels in recent memory. Teri Schultz looks at the implications for both sides.
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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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.
Borussia Dortmund were shocked in Amsterdam by a stunning performance from hosts Ajax.
The French international is accused of complicity in an attempt to blackmail former teammate Mathieu Valbuena.
Four Pakistani women take on sensitive topics, such as rape, that mainstream media are hesitant to cover.
Raphael, together with his father, is using huge magnets to clean Paris' river of scrap metal.
Mounting evidence shows Sputnik V is effective and safe. Why, then, don't Russians want the vaccine?
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