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Texas will "redouble down" on mental health services following the Uvalde school massacre, Governor Greg Abbott has said.
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World leaders have offered their condolences over the deadly rampage at a Texas school. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has called for tougher gun controls, asking why the US is "willing to live with the carnage?"
Vladimir Putin has ordered the fast-tracking of Russian passports for residents of southern Ukraine. The governor of Luhansk Oblast has told DW Russia is "completely destroying" Sievierodonetsk. Follow DW for the latest.
Officials from Sweden and Finland are in Turkey trying to resolve Ankara's opposition to their joining the military alliance. The two countries submitted their applications in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Former Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov tells DW that he fears for his life and that everyone in Russia should be scared.
Residents of Hostomel, a town north of Kyiv, are still trying to process the ordeal of Russian occupation.
DW's Mathias Bölinger reports from Lysychansk, which has been under heavy attack by Russian forces.
Ukrainian farmers are facing a growing list of issues that impede them from exporting crops out of the country.
The Ukraine war has energy companies, arms makers and camping equipment suppliers raking in profits.
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.
Victims groups are furious that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson refuses to step down despite a damning report on illegal Downing Street parties during the country's strict pandemic lockdowns.
From June 1 and for the following three months, people entering Germany will not have to proof of vaccination or negative test result or demonstrate a recent recovery from COVID-19.
It is the first time in 15 years that a top Turkish official has visited Israel. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara is ready to help efforts to facilitate "dialogue" between Israeli and Palestinian officials.
Clashes have broken out between police and protesters and the ousted prime minister has called on his supporters to remain in Islamabad until fresh elections are held.
Mohammed Yasin Malik told the court that the charges of terrorism against him were "concocted, fabricated and politically motivated."
Gambia's truth commission recommends prosecuting officials responsible for crimes committed during Yahya Jammeh's reign.
With Michelle Bachelet's silence on events in Xinjiang, experts say the credibility of the UN is on the line.
Poland has long been a star among EU economies, but behind the growth figures lies a widening inequality gap.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz had a lot to live up to on his visit to Africa. But he didn't disappoint.
Are Germans fed up with politics in general? A dramatic drop in voter turnout has set off alarm bells.
DW explores the best solutions for small and commercial vehicles as battery-fueled EVs get cheaper and more "climate-neutral" e-fuels prepare to hit the market.
Women and young people were more likely to exhibit addictive working behavior, according to a new German study.
More and more children in Somalia are dropping out of school to help their parents in the daily struggle to survive.
School cooks want backdated wages and an increased feeding grant. They blame the Ukraine war for soaring food costs.
The celebration of cinema always combines glitz and politics, but, amid the war in Ukraine, the contrasts feel stronger.
Traveling to countries neighboring Ukraine is by no means a no-go. This time we're heading to Moldova.
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