After chaotic scenes from the first face-off between US President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden, the two are facing each other for the final election debate. Follow the latest with DW's live coverage and updates.
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On November 3, Americans are set to elect a new president. Whether they'll vote for Donald Trump or Joe Biden depends on how they see the response to the coronavirus pandemic, abortion and other key issues.
Germany has recorded more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases in a single day for the first time. The RKI has described the situation as "very serious" as Germany issues new travel warnings for popular ski regions.
The European Union has imposed sanctions on two Russian officials, including the head of the Kremlin's military intelligence agency, over a hacking attack on the German parliament in 2015.
The Sakharov Prize has been awarded to the Belarus opposition movement. Opposition supporters, led by exiled politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, have been protesting for months against President Alexander Lukashenko.
Looters stormed through Lagos while a crowded prison caught on fire in the latest bout of violence shaking Nigeria. Speaking from the scene, DW's correspondent Fanny Fascar said there was "chaos" in the city.
After at least a dozen protesters were killed and injured in Lagos earlier this week, Nigeria's demonstrators are trying to regroup. The violence comes after two weeks of peaceful protests against police brutality.
France and Italy have both registered record numbers of cases over a 24-hour period. All the latest from DW.
Almost five months after Slovenian and US military planes flew over Slovenia in honor of front-line health care workers, the situation in Slovenia is much worse than during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
While wealthy urban children can continue their schooling online during the coronavirus pandemic, lack of means and infrastructure have left the rural poor without access to education.
Belgian Foreign Minister Sophie Wilmes tested positive for coronavirus after attending an EU summit with her counterparts last week. She led a caretaker government before stepping down as PM earlier this month.
At least two state and local government servers had been targeted, said the authorities. The warning comes less than two weeks before the US is set to go to presidential elections.
Goldman's Malaysia unit pleaded guilty in a US court for violations of American bribery law. It's the largest fine ever in a US corruption case. The parent company pleaded not guilty.
A preliminary count has shown Guinean President Alpha Conde will win a third term in office following a bitterly fought election that has led to deadly violence. Conde's opposition says the count was rigged.
The stage is now set for a final Senate vote next week that could secure Amy Coney Barrett's seat on the top court ahead of the US election. The vote took place despite a total abstention by all Democratic members.
The court ruled that allowing abortions due to fetal defects is unconstitutional, banning one of the last remaining legal grounds for the procedure in Poland. The country has one of the most restrictive laws in Europe.
Berlin has so far resisted calls from both Armenia and Azerbaijan to condemn one side or the other.
The Armenian diaspora in France — the largest in Western Europe — is urging the country to do more to support Yerevan.
Nune and her three children were forced to flee their home when bombs started raining down on their village.
Cash-strapped Iran wants to become an arms exporter to generate much-needed income. But so far, no prospective buyers are in sight.
An unprecedented lawsuit against Google has echoes of past efforts to rein in tech giants like Microsoft and Apple. Attempts to enforce antitrust laws have left some players in the dust, while others are fighting back.
Unhindered by a pandemic that has ravaged the global economy, Tesla has doubled its third-quarter profits as it nears record annual deliveries. But the electric carmaker still depends on the sale of CO2 emission offsets.
The EU's decision to award the Sakharov Prize to Belarus' opposition sends a strong signal to the people of Belarus.
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