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Berlin has pledged to swiftly ramp up its military capabilities. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden announced an additional $800 million in weapons for Ukraine, saying victory against Russia was "critical."
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said there will be "some tension" with Sweden and Finland if they join NATO. The two countries were invited to join the alliance on Wednesday.
Erdogan says he can still block NATO accession for Sweden and Finland if they renege on an extradition deal.
Russia claims the move is a "goodwill gesture" to allow exporting Ukrainian agricultural products. DW has the latest.
Russia's government hasn't declared a general mobilization — but efforts to recruit soldiers are being intensified.
Family and friends a rallying support for a fighter from Morocco who is threatened with a death sentence in Donbas.
With the NATO summit in Madrid underway, DW spoke with Christoph Heusgen, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference.
At their summit in Spain, NATO leaders have endorsed a new Strategic Concept for the military alliance.
Russian former Duma MP Ilya Ponomarev told DW's Conflict Zone that Vladimir Putin's war aims go way beyond Ukraine.
The agreement ends over a week of nationwide strikes over the cost of living that paralyzed the country.
Plant-based meat alternatives will have to come up with new terminology in France. The country adopted a measure banning plant-based products from using the same names as food from dead animals.
Activists and doctors have successfully had abortion bans temporarily blocked in several US states. In Florida, the presiding judge said that the state ban violated a woman's right to privacy.
Thousands of people are taking part in protests to demand the military hand over power to civilians.
Google uses unclear language and deceptive designs that trick users into agreeing to give up their data, EU watchdogs have said. The tech company has two other pending antitrust suits in the EU.
Germany is on the path to legalizing recreational marijuana use. Safety and public health will be top priorities in the upcoming legislation, the health minister has said.
Hundreds of families have been displaced as Islamist insurgents step up attacks on villages in northern Mozambique. DW correspondent Adrian Kriesch visited the Cabo Delgado region and spoke to civilians fleeing the ongoing violence.
Germany will be the largest provider of troops in Mali following the UN's decision to extend its peacekeeping mission. But one important security measure will be missing after France's troop withdrawal in the autumn.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has said he will try to convince the Ukrainian and Russian leaders to end the war.
Rights groups and media outlets fear a continued climate of intolerance for dissent and shrinking civil liberties in the country.
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