The German foreign minister said a new era for the culture of remembrance beckoned, as fewer living witnesses of the Holocaust remain. He said preparing for this "turning point in time" was a debt owed to the victims.
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Journalists at the pro-democracy "Apple Daily" told DW they never expected Hong Kong's Beijing-loyal government would shut down a major media outlet. The newspaper was forced to close after authorities froze its assets.
British PM Boris Johnson has defended the UK navy's response after Russia fired at one of its warships in the Black Sea.
Peter Altmaier told German radio on arrival in Washington that he expected a resolution on the pipeline by August.
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The German chancellor made the comments in what could be her last government statement, ahead of an EU summit in Brussels. Despite drastically reduced infection rates, she urged continued caution.
COVID case numbers are dropping as a nationwide vaccination drive gets underway. However, supply problems persist.
The EU will invest a record €750 billion to kickstart the bloc's post-pandemic economic recovery. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
The government is struggling to speed up its vaccination drive and ensure public adherence to precautionary measures.
On a night of high drama, Germany have squeezed into the last 16 of the European Championship with a 2-2 draw with Hungary. Germany had been minutes away from going out but will now face England in the last 16 in London.
UEFA barred the city of Munich from illuminating the Allianz Arena in rainbow colors in solidarity with LGBTQ people.
Pro-democracy protesters rallied together calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and constitutional change. The demonstration took place despite surging COVID cases in the country.
More than 80 fire and rescue units have been deployed to a partially collapsed residential building in the Miami area. Authorities confirmed one fatality while 35 have been rescued from the building.
An Australian court has ordered the extradition of a woman accused of seven kidnappings during Chilean military dictator Pinochet's regime. She has been ordered to pay Chile's court costs and surrender.
A First Nation has uncovered hundreds of unmarked graves at a former Indigenous residential school in southern Saskatchewan. A similar recent discovery shocked the world.
New Delhi is increasingly focusing on developing the frontier region that has been neglected for years.
Despite qualification for the Euro last 16, Germany were poor against Hungary and their flaws are apparent.
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