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In an exclusive interview with DW, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz pledged to help countries in Africa that are also suffering from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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Neighbors noticed a smell that turned out to be dead bodies under a collapsed building in Mariupol. DW has the latest.
Leaders of the US, Japan, India and Australia are in Tokyo for a summit that's about "democracies versus autocracies."
Michelle Bachelet is making a landmark trip to the region, where Beijing is alleged to have repressed Muslim minorities.
The use of the death penalty rose in 2021, but there were signs many countries were moving away from capital punishment.
The Russia House in Davos has always presented Russia to global investors, but now it's telling a rather bitter truth.
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.
Residents of Hostomel, a town north of Kyiv, are still trying to process the ordeal of Russian occupation.
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.
Swedish officials are also preparing for a possible resurgence of the coronavirus in autumn. Follow DW for more.
Trial of a German businessman accused of trying to "promote production of chemical weapons" begins in Dresden.
The US-based property rental service has joined Yahoo, LinkedIn and eBay in drastically cutting its China operations.
The Turkish president has accused Greek PM 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.
The burning of fossil fuels supercharged the heat wave scorching India and Pakistan in recent weeks, scientists found.
Russia must not be let off scot-free, forcing other countries to foot the bill for Ukraine's reconstruction.
With the rise in inequality, many attending the WEF want to see governments and the wealthy do more.
Christopher Clark, author of "The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914," discusses the complexities of war.
The Vivat publishing house in Kharkiv never stopped producing books. It even opened a new bookstore.
NASA's InSight mission is set to power down by December 2022, ending a successful four-year-long scientific endeavor.
Borussia Dortmund have appointed former interim coach Edin Terzic as their new permanent coach on a contract until 2025.
With no standardized tests and shorter school days, Finland's school system is sparking debate in India.
In June, a €9 train ticket is valid around Germany for 90 days. Here are some of the most beautiful routes.
How smartphone tech is helping shepherds make the most of grazing lands, and in turn protect a unique walnut forest.
The religious community of El Sabinal lives apart from the modern world, rejecting modern technology.
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