The holy city, which contains sacred sites for Jews, Muslims and Christians, has been rocked by violence over the past three days. An Israeli march laying claim to the whole of Jerusalem is set to go ahead on Monday.
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DarkSide, a group of veteran cybercriminals, is believed to be behind the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, the worst cyberattack on critical US infrastructure to date.
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz will lead the SPD in the race to replace Angela Merkel in September's election.
Alexander Murakhovsky was the first doctor to treat Alexei Navalny after he was poisoned with a nerve agent last year. The doctor has not been seen since Friday.
With a pro-independence majority in the Scottish parliament, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK was "best served when we work together.''
The fragments are from a Chinese space module launched at the end of last month. There had been speculation about where the debris would land, but experts predicted the chances of death or injuries were tiny.
Germany now exempts people who have received both of their COVID jabs and those who have recovered from the illness from some restrictions. Many Berliners have been enjoying the sun, but few know about the exemptions.
The announcement comes after the bloc launched legal proceedings against AstraZeneca over vaccine delivery delays.
Many countries are reporting fewer new coronavirus infections. But global data indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. DW sums up the current situation in three charts.
Police have arrested a man who stabbed five people at a supermarket in Dunedin in southern New Zealand. Three people are in a critical condition.
Just hours before the Taliban announced a cease-fire to mark the end of Ramadan, at least 11 people died in a bomb attack on a bus in the southern Zabul province.
A gunman stormed a birthday party near Colorado Springs, killing six people. The suspect, who has not yet been named, then turned the gun on himself and took his own life.
NGOs and activists demonstrated throughout France on Sunday to urge President Emmanuel Macron to do more to tackle climate change. They claimed a new bill aimed at slashing emissions does not go far enough.
Families have begun burials for their loved ones while others continue to desperately search for missing children.
Security challenges in Nigeria have sparked anger and calls for President Buhari to step down or be removed from office. Analysts say disgruntled military members and politicians want to overthrow the president.
Rabat appears to have three main issues with Germany, but the most pressing appears to be control of the Western Sahara. Berlin is hoping for a quick resumption of bilateral relations, in the interests of both countries.
The Scottish nationalists' success does not necessarily mean there is support for independence among Scots.
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The COVID incidence rate is dropping overall throughout Europe in parallel with rising vaccination figures. Many countries are thus lifting restrictions and hoping for a rebound in tourism. DW offers an overview.
There is little doubt UN head Antonio Guterres will be reelected but the Forward campaign is fielding its own candidate.
Under the Nazis, Terezin was a Jewish ghetto. Today, there is much to be done to keep the memory of the town alive.
Bayern wrapped up the title but Marco Reus "couldn't care less" because BVB's Champions League hopes are still alive.
Studies have shown that there are a few "tricks" to get people to immunize — even if they've already decided not to.
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