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Thousands of Haitians have arrived in the US border town of Del Rio in Texas. Rumors are fueling their hopes of being allowed to stay. But the American president, whom they’re looking to for help, has other plans.
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A top aide to the Ukrainian president was shot at in an attempted assassination that wounded the vehicle's driver.
President Xi Jinping told the UN that China will end coal-fired power projects overseas and support low carbon energy.
Germany wants to be climate neutral by 2045. Restructuring its economy will cost trillions. But not investing the money would cost even more.
Ocean temperatures and levels are continuing to rise as a result of human intervention.
The UN health agency now ranks air pollution on a par with smoking or an unhealthy diet.
Germany's reputation as an industrial leader could be on the line if it fails to integrate artificial intelligence.
Around the world, cyberattackers try to meddle in elections. Some of their methods have been tested for decades. Others use brand-new technology. DW explains how elections can be hacked — and what can be done to protect them.
Not only is the German election race wide open — many voters say they're yet to decide whom to back.
Students have experienced several school closures, and experts speculate that such a loss could have long-term impacts.
Scientists say the COVID-19 pandemic may have turned a corner in India, with infections becoming more manageable. However, the potential for new variants remains a cause for concern.
The US will buy another 500 million vaccines to share with the world, President Joe Biden said. He also announced the launch of a EU-US vaccine partnership for closer transatlantic cooperation.
For those who have chosen not to get vaccinated in Germany, life could become more expensive in the coming months. Quarantine compensation payments and free coronavirus tests are set to be scrapped soon.
A 30-year-old man allegedly attacked passengers on a bus that was traveling to Serbia, prompting a standoff with the police. The vehicle was eventually seized.
The aircraft was reportedly flying at a very low altitude when it disappeared from the radar in the Khabarovsk region.
The sprawling real estate firm caused financial markets to panic amid fears it could default on a huge interest payment. This agreement with bondholders has calmed the market for now.
US authorities confirmed that a body found at a Wyoming national park has been identified as Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, who went missing on a trip with her fiance, Brian Laundrie.
Researchers say the eruption on La Palma could wreak havoc throughout December in a worst-case scenario. Earthquakes, lava flows, toxic gases, volcanic ash and acid rain are continuing to pose a danger to residents.
The gunman killed six and wounded dozens during the shooting in the Russian city. Witnesses detail what happened.
Mexico is presenting itself as the new champion of Latin American integration. To do that, it appears willing to embrace the continent's isolated autocratic leftist leaders. But it's a risky move.
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Millions of foreigners with permanent residence in Germany are unable to vote. It's time that changed.
It's part of every human space exploration but remains taboo. Here's what we do and don't know about cosmic sex.
US and UN officials will return the ancient inscription to Baghdad later this week at a ceremony in Washington.
Paralympic sprinter David Behre has hung up his blades, but his vocation remains to help and give hope to amputees.
Mexico claims to be the rightful owner of 74 pieces up for auction in Munich. Is this a case of stolen goods?
Berlin's Humboldt Forum reacts to criticism surrounding its handling of colonial history. Will critics approve?
Megan Rapinoe, Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi are among 500 US female athletes who have petitioned the Supreme Court.
DW spoke with women who are breaking taboos and teaching girls the value of committing to sports.
After adding another personal honor to his trophy haul, Robert Lewandowski seems to be getting better with age.
Despite its success, Germany's biotech sector has difficulties attracting investment. Why?
Children deal with physical and psychological effects of the pandemic.
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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