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Germany's Olaf Scholz is hosting the G7 summit in Bavaria, where world leaders pledged $600 billion dollars to help low-income states build "climate resilient infrastructure." The Ukraine war is also high on the agenda.
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Can the G7 leaders do anything about the climate crisis, hunger, and war from a resort in Bavaria?
The G7 has turned an idyllic corner of Bavaria into high-security zone that has impacted local businesses and schools.
Massive global military emissions often go unreported. That could change as the G7 meets and addresses the impacts of a Ukrainian conflict fueled by Russian oil and gas.
The G7 summit is set to kick off in Germany, with Western leaders facing up to a daunting set of crises.
G7 leaders are back in Germany to confront the costly consequences of past decisions that led up to the war in Ukraine.
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The status of EU candidacy for Ukraine and Moldova is the last stage of a reorganization of the continent. The time of buffer zones between East and West is coming to an end, says Roman Goncharenko.
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President Vladimir Putin intends to transfer the "conventional and nuclear versions" of the Iskander-M missile systems.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has called for a "Marshall Plan" to rebuild war-scarred Ukraine. What did he mean by that?
Ukrainians who have been staying in hotels on the Black Sea are having to make way for summer visitors.
Volodymyr Hapon, 67, fled his home in Ukraine to save his life. After an arduous journey, he's now home with his family.
In Ukraine, volunteers are working in a makeshift factory to produce body armor.
Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidate status. DW's Alexandra von Nahmen looks at why this is significant.
Gitanas Nauseda, who backed the move to grant Ukraine and Moldova candidate status, spoke to DW's Alexandra von Nahmen.
Germany, France and Italy had backed the bid, but all 27 member states needed to give it the go-ahead.
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The LGBTQ march around Istanbul's Taksim Square had been banned by Turkish officials, who said it might lead to unrest.
A snakebite to the farm owner led German police to finding more than 110 snakes. The woman who was poisoned is in a critical condition in hospital.
The legalization of cannabis and COVID lockdowns appear to have increased its regular use, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime report finds.
Prince Charles' office has denied any wrongdoing after reports that the royal accepted bags of cash for his charity.
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Hertha fans have picked one of their own to be the new club president, snubbing an ex-lawmaker favored by the investors.
Investigations are underway after at least 20 young people were found dead in a township bar.
The no-confidence hearing began soon after President Guillermo Lasso held talks with protest organizers.
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Tribal markings are a fast-vanishing aspect of African society. But some cultural enthusiasts want the practice to stay.
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