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The first Russian soldier to face trial in Kyiv has asked the man's widow for "forgiveness." DW has the latest.
The parliament has called for sanctions on former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder because of his links to Russia.
In an address to parliament, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called the war in Ukraine the greatest crisis in EU history.
While most Swedes are in favor of joining, some young people think the decision might be rushed and wrong.
With the war shutting Ukraine's harbors, the eastern port of Constanta has become a vital hub for grain shipments.
Hundreds of Pakistani students left Ukraine when the war started. Now they're stuck in limbo, jeopardizing their future.
The move comes days after authorities ordered women to cover their faces in public in Afghanistan.
DW spoke with historian Christopher Clark on his perspective on the war in Ukraine.
A Kharkiv volunteer ferried some 70 people to safety before he himself had to be rescued.
North Korea has reported more than 200,000 new illnesses, bringing the total number of suspected cases to 1.98 million.
Police have ended an investigation into breaches of COVID lockdown rules that sparked outrage across the United Kingdom.
The viral infection, rarely found in Europe, has also been reported in Spain and the United Kingdom.
A suspect has been detained after one person was seriously injured in a high school shooting in the city of Bremerhaven.
Suspects believed to have stolen almost €1 million after bombing several ATMs across Germany have been arrested.
US President Joe Biden is aiming to boost ties with the East Asian allies to face down China and North Korea.
Fears are growing that weapons from Afghanistan could bolster an Islamist insurgency in India-administered Kashmir.
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Around 40,000 ticketless Frankfurt fans made the journey to Seville on a night when a new Eintracht was born.
After years of advocacy, a "historic" deal will see men and women paid the same for representing the United States.
Some Catholic followers in Hong Kong are worried the government may now shift its crackdown to religious figures.
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As Lesotho exports water to parched neighbor South Africa, its villagers and ecosystem suffer.
Kenya has a superbike champion in Harmony Wanjiku, the first Kenyan woman to race on a professional level.
Karpagam Mayavan was born with glaucoma in both eyes. But she persevered and became a lawyer.
Marilyn Monroe's serenade for US President John F. Kennedy was legendary. But it's not the only famous birthday song.
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