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Both Nord Stream natural gas pipelines from Russia to Germany have developed apparent leaks within hours of one another. The cause is unknown, but some sources have hinted at sabotage.
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The last day of voting in so-called referendums in occupied regions is taking place. DW rounds up the latest.
Many in Germany are willing to grant Russian deserters asylum. But the Ukrainian community is more than skeptical.
Threats by Putin during the war in Ukraine have put nuclear weapons — thought to be a Cold War relic — back on the map.
Russia is trying to repeat the 2014 Crimean Peninsula plebiscite to annex more of Ukraine. This ruse will fail.
Security was tight in Tokyo for a state funeral for assassinated Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Some have also protested extending the honor to the politician in light of his ties to a contentious church.
Plans for Tuesday's lavish, taxpayer-funded event in Shinzo Abe's honor have attracted criticism and legal challenges.
Politicians across the ideological spectrum in Germany have expressed concern about Giorgia Meloni's electoral success.
A center-right coalition led by the nationalist Giorgia Meloni was projected to have won a parliamentary majority.
Meloni campaigned with "Italy and Italian people first!" Her critics warn she is flirting with Italy's fascist history.
Early results from Italy's election show a clear victory for an alliance of right-wing parties under Giorgia Meloni.
Critics says Italy's likely prime minister has spent her career flirting with fascism — and that's how she will govern.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has wrapped up his tour of the Gulf with a handful of new energy deals.
Power problems are worse than ever, with authorities trying to avoid a collapse of the aging energy infrastructure.
The mission is a dress rehearsal for what might one day be the best defense against an asteroid bound for Earth.
After the announcement of a fuel price hike two weeks ago, looting and violence have ensued in Haiti.
The government has alleged that there have been arms deliveries to anti-government protesters in Iran's Kurdish regions.
Telecom giant Optus claims their customers' data was well-protected, but officials believe it was "quite a basic hack."
A Spanish court has ruled that Colombian superstar Shakira should stand trial for alleged tax fraud.
The reopening was a key campaign promise from the recently elected President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro.
Plastic production has not been put forward as a response to the energy crisis. Until now.
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A blistering second half saw Germany draw 3-3 with England, but the result leaves Germany in an awkward spot.
Chess world champion Magnus Carlsen issued a long-awaited statement after pulling out of matches with an American teen.
A fight between two Mali basketball players broke out after their team was eliminated from the Women's World Cup.
Memories of a communal attack during last year's Durga Puja festival are still fresh in the minds of many Hindus.
Namibia is a land of beauty, but the gap between rich and poor is still huge. What will it take to unite the country?
Cambodians are debating whether justice has been achieved by the Khmer Rouge tribunal.
Employers may be concerned with more than productivity loss as staffers work from home.
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