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The two leaders talked via videolink amid a tense standoff over Ukraine. US officials said Russia would face severe sanctions if troops crossed the border into Ukranian territory.
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What happens at Chancellor Olaf Scholz's swearing-in ceremony? The event is devoid of the pomp seen elsewhere.
On the cusp of taking the reins from Angela Merkel, incoming Chancellor Olaf Scholz has sent a strong signal about where his government's foreign policy priorities lie. DW has rounded up the most important points.
Germany will remain stable and predictable even after Angela Merkel leaves office.
The volcano had erupted on Saturday, leaving thousands homeless. Indonesian President Joko Widodo has visited the area and pledged to rebuild.
Some 100 Japanese members of parliament prayed at the memorial that commemorates Japan's war dead — including convicted war criminals. South Korea and China slammed the visit.
Mercedes-Benz has swapped its "the best or nothing" slogan for a more public-health-minded tagline. Firms from Burger King to banks are also in on the massive campaign.
Berlin's Humboldt University has criticized Bild after the paper blamed scientists for COVID restrictions. The tabloid ran pictures of three scientific researchers, labeling them "lockdown makers."
The UN health body said its recommendation was based on evidence from more than a dozen trials. Meanwhile, India has reported its lowest daily caseload in 558 days. Follow DW for all the latest COVID developments.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, tourism in the Southeast Asian country has plummeted. The consequences are dramatic for those who work in the industry.
Lawmakers in Chile have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a bill legalizing same-sex marriage. The law is being called a "step forward" for equality in the conservative Latin American country.
Israel says the new barrier extends underground and uses high-tech sensors to prevent Hamas fighters from using tunnels to enter Israeli territory.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said government officials will not attend the Beijing Olympics over human rights issues. The move comes after the US announced its own diplomatic boycott.
A suspect in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was nabbed by French police as he boarded a plane to Saudi Arabia. It is hoped he can identify who was behind the assassination
The data gathered by the latest mission could "help us find out whether there is life elsewhere in our universe and if there is another planet like Earth," the European Space Agency said.
The US marks the 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Tuesday. President Joe Biden and Jill Biden commemorated the day with a visit to Washington's World War II Memorial
The 67-year-old electrician received an 8.5-year jail term. While the sadomasochist "operations" were conducted at the men's request, the court found their consent to be legally invalid.
Authorities now believe the father killed his wife, three children and himself because he feared social services would take his children away. He had been caught forging a COVID-19 vaccination certificate for his wife.
The "Faceless — Women in Prostitution" photo exhibition sheds light on the daily realities of sex workers in Germany.
Brussels says the Belarusian government created the crisis by luring migrants with false promises. But some say Poland and the EU are ignoring human suffering.
German judoka Marie Dinkel was sexually abused by her coach when she was 13. Now 25, she speaks to DW about her experience, lack of trust and how she hopes to help others.
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Germany's new foreign minister sets the tone on Chinese policies before taking office.
RB Leipzig's win over City was a reminder of what might have been for the Bundesliga club in Europe this season.
Senior US and EU officials are visiting Saudi Arabia again. But activists say the Saudis have gotten away with murder.
The EU will soon introduced a CO2 tax on imports. But poorer countries could be unfairly disadvantaged by this.
India's draconian anti-terror law has come under fire from rights groups for stifling the freedoms of civil society.
Sellers are increasingly offering secondhand luxury items to clients around the world, something once unimaginable.
Hamilton's win in Saudi Arabia means the 2021 Formula One drivers' championship will be decided on the final weekend.
Every year many animal species go extinct, never to be seen again. But some species are rediscovered as well.
We all need a dose of positive pandemic news. But what if it makes us miss the more alarming (and substantiated) data?
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