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The use of the death penalty rose in 2021, but there were signs many countries were moving away from capital punishment.
US President Joe Biden has said the burden to protect Taiwan was "even stronger" after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Young Ukrainians who experienced the war have been invited to the World Economic Forum to reflect on what they've seen.
The OSCE, the world's largest security body, could take on a crucial role in rebuilding Ukraine after the war.
Unexploded munitions, mines and rockets from the the Russian assault will pose a threat to civilians for years.
DW's Matthias Bölinger went to a village in eastern Ukraine that was destroyed by Russian attacks.
In his speech, Duda stressed Ukraine’s right to make its own political decisions.
In Western Ukraine, DW’s Emmanuelle Chaze visited a school camp for internally displaced children.
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A three-dose vaccine for children aged 6 months to 5 years offers "high level of protection," said the vaccine maker.
The Turkish has accused Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of telling the US to not sell fighter jets to Turkey.
Almost 20 countries around the world where monkeypox is not endemic have now reported outbreaks of the virus.
At least 80 people are trapped in the rubble after a building collapse in Iran's southwestern city of Abadan.
Rwanda has said the Congolese military shelled Musanze district in the country's north, wounding several civilians.
The burning of fossil fuels supercharged the heat wave scorching India and Pakistan in recent weeks, two studies found.
Russia must not be let off scot-free, forcing other countries to foot the bill for Ukraine's reconstruction.
Christopher Clark, author of "The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914," discusses the complexities of war.
NASA's InSight mission is set to power down by December 2022, ending a successful four-year-long scientific endeavor.
The nature of organized sport can perpetuate sexual abuse cases, says an international anti-corruption body.
Borussia Dortmund have appointed former interim coach Edin Terzic as their new permanent coach on a contract until 2025.
When employers told staff to work remotely, many seized the opportunity to embark on "workcations."
When landfill sites burn in Delhi, it aggravates the city's air pollution and negatively affects public health.
A DW investigation shows how ships circumvent environmental laws to save time and money, with devastating consequences.
The religious community of El Sabinal lives apart from the modern world, rejecting modern technology.
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