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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has agreed to step down after several high-profile Cabinet members left the government due to multiple scandals. Follow DW for the latest.
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DW looks back at Boris Johnson's career.
The global response to the conflict in Ukraine is set to dominate proceedings on the Indonesian island of Bali.
Meanwhile, Russia claimed its warplane hit the Black Sea island. Follow DW for the latest.
After capturing Lysychansk, Russia is advancing. The battle for Sloviansk, Kramatorsk and Bakhmut will be decisive.
The government has begun to overhaul Germany's immigration system to allow more migrants to stay in the country.
DW spoke with an anthropologist, a psychologist and a historian about people's motivations for turning dissidents in.
NATO is boosting its forces in the Baltic Republics. How will Russian President Vladimir Putin react?
Thousands of foreigners are fighting Russian troops in Ukraine.
This exclusive DW report was filmed under conditions set by Ukrainian military.
The local governor says there is no safe place left and is urging the remaining 350,000 residents to leave.
DW met with Ukrainian soldiers recuperating in a hospital in the German city of Aachen.
Russia is increasing pressure on the city of Slovyansk, where missiles have killed several people.
The vote is a reaction to the US Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade.
The Japanese artist created an internationally popular manga series that bore a media franchise
The Morandi highway collapase has brought the state of Italy’s transport sector to the spotlight.
Singapore has executed two men over drug trafficking charges, despite pressures to do away with the death penalty.
Relations between the two African neighbors hit an all-time low as each blamed the other for escalating violence.
With its traditions of neutrality and nonalignment, Indonesia has had to tiptoe around the Ukraine war debate.
Germany's hospitality sector is looking increasingly desperate, just as the European summer holiday season begins.
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About 1 million pilgrims are visiting Mecca for a hajj without strict pandemic restrictions — the first since 2019.
The pilgrimage begins today but unexpected delays mean some will lose everything they paid for the trip.
A new UN report on hunger shows that the number of acutely hungry worldwide is increasing as fuel and food prices soar.
The link between mental disorder and violence is more complex than the way its often portrayed by media and politicians.
Many Kenyan households, especially in informal settlements, lack piped water.
Pro-Russian fabricated posts pretending to be of those of the BBC, CNN and DW are fueling the disinformation war.
Researchers have found a link between hunger and anger, giving credence to the popular term "hangry."
Murmurs about a possible recession are increasing, but chances are that US and eurozone economies will avoid the worst.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is raising concerns in Taiwanese society, with civilians wary of China's intentions.
The World Health Organisation has noted a massive increase in the abuse of legal and illegal drugs across Africa.
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