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"We cannot allow Putin to win this war," the German leader said on the final day of the World Economic Forum. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has dominated talks in Davos, Switzerland.
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Ukraine says fighting in the eastern regions of the country is at its fiercest level yet. DW has more.
Turkey says it will stall the process of Sweden and Finland joining NATO if the Nordic nations fail to address its security concerns. The two countries applied to be members in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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The Hollywood actor faces charges of four counts of sexual assault against three men in the UK.
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Syrian refugees in Turkey are worried about Erdogan's plans to relocate up to 1 million of them to "safe areas" inside Syria. Damascus is also unhappy, fearing a Turkish landgrab and the return of dissidents.
Berlin wants to replace Russian coal with imports from El Cerrejon - a huge open-cast mine known as "The Monster."
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The new LIV-Golf Series is an attack on the established PGA Tour that revolves around politics, power and money.
The celebration of cinema always combines glitz and politics, but, amid the war in Ukraine, the contrasts feel stronger.
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