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The European Court of Justice has fined Poland €1 million per day for ignoring an EU ruling that called for the country's Supreme Court disciplinary chamber to be suspended.
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DW spoke with the EU's chief COP26 negotiator ahead of alks in Glasgow. He called for all world leaders to be present.
The crisis in Sudan is sending shock waves beyond the continent. The country is the focus of disparate interests, making it difficult for the international community to unite in a decisive stand to save its democracy.
Unrest has erupted in the streets of Khartoum after Sudan's military staged a coup and arrested the prime minister.
Washington has appealed a ruling that kept WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from being sent to the US, where he faces espionage charges and potentially a lifetime in prison.
Turkey's president has adopted a more moderate tone in the recent diplomatic spat with Western ambassadors.
Despite a rise in infections, the parties set to form a new government want to end the national state of emergency. But Germany should not yet expect a "freedom day."
Merck has signed a pact that would allow granting generic drug makers royalty-free license to manufacture its oral COVID-19 antiviral pill. The medication has been found to reduce hospitalizations among patients by half.
The US is on the way to becoming one of the first countries to authorize vaccines for pre-teens. Australia has said it will lift a ban on travel for vaccinated citizens. Follow DW for the latest.
Billionaires only have to pay tax on appreciated assets when they sell them, but a new legislative proposal could change this. The tax revenues could then be used to fund President Joe Biden's social spending plans.
Tunisia's independent media regulator shuttered Nessma TV, owned by President Kais Saied's political rival. Quran Kareem, a religious radio station, was also closed.
China opposed the representation of Taiwan at the international stage after the US called for a more "meaningful" participation of the island in United Nations bodies.
North Rhine-Westphalia's parliament has chosen Christian Democrat Hendrik Wüst as the state's new premier. He will manage a region with a population larger than that of the Netherlands.
Josh Cavallo said he wants to show other people who are "struggling and are scared" that it is okay to be gay in football.
The number of women on the executive boards of Germany's publicly traded companies is rising — very slowly.
The initial euphoria in Iran over the US withdrawal from its neighboring country has faded, and the mood is changing.
Waning demand and the impacts of the COVID pandemic have pushed Kashmir pottery to the brink of extinction.
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Reporters without Borders believe Assange's extradition would have long-lasting implications for journalism worldwide.
The German Cup second round has produced a clash of titans as Gladbach welcome Bayern. Follow the buildup in DW's blog.
With plans to close Gonio on the horizon, what does the future hold for those living and working on the trash mountain?
Homicides increased 30% in the US in 2020. DW visits New Haven, Connecticut, now among the most dangerous US cities.
Lots of things can cause erectile dysfunction. It can be treated if you get over the sense of shame and visit a doctor.
Football is in need of a structural overhaul, says the players' union central to the governing of global football.
The 2022 Winter Olympics in China's capital will be a special Games as a result of the pandemic.
Berlin's International Congress Center: you either love it or hate it. But can art save it?
A Brazilian parliamentary committee is blaming the president for the high coronavirus death rate.
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