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A man is in police custody after an hours-long manhunt near the Chicago suburb of Highland Park where a deadly shooting took place during an Independence Day parade.
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Deadly protests erupted in the Uzbek Karakalpakstan province over constitutional threats to its autonomy.
Rescuers find a seventh body after Sunday's avalanche caused by a collapsed glacier. Thermal drones have been used to try identify body heat in amongst the snow.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is under pressure to ease spiraling inflation. His plan is to come up with measures at a meeting of business leaders, trade unions and politicians. But they have very different ideas.
At the Ukraine Recovery Conference in Lugano, Ursula von der Leyen said the European Union would set up a platform to coordinate the rebuilding of the country after Russia's invasion. DW has the latest.
The Ukrainian military has withdrawn from Lysychansk. Commanders said they decided to leave to save their troops' lives.
US experts said gunfire from Israeli military positions was "likely responsible" for the Al Jazeera reporter's death.
Police in Denmark have said the shooting in a shopping mall in which three people were killed was not an act of terror.
Hardly any tourists are visiting the Ukrainian port city of Odesa amid the war.
The war in Ukraine has caused widespread devastation. Once thriving cities have been reduced to ruins.
The reduced wheat supply has only added to the woes in Lebanon, which is already facing a crisis.
DW met an entrepreneur who has delivered hundreds of vehicles to help Ukraine's war effort.
Holocaust survivor Margot Friedländer has received the Walther Rathenau Prize for her life's work in foreign policy. "We cannot change what happened, but it must never be allowed to happen again," the 100-year-old said.
Farmers in the Netherlands reacted angrily to a proposal by lawmakers, including a plan to shut down some cattle farms to tackle harmful nitrogen emissions.
Protesters calling for a stronger pro-European course by the Georgian government have forced a meeting between their leaders and Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili.
The French president has reshuffled his cabinet after losing an absolute majority in parliamentary elections last month. Some had to leave after losing their seats, others are facing different problems.
Papua New Guinea's voters have headed to the polls amid fears of violence and electoral fraud. Voting got off to a tricky start for Prime Minister James Marape when his son was arrested with a briefcase full of cash.
Several places were hit with about a month's rain over the weekend, causing dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks. Roughly 30,000 people have been told to either leave their homes or prepare to do so.
Silvina Batakis comes in at a time when the Argentine economy is in full-blown crisis mode, with inflation above 60%, a high fiscal deficit and fears rising about debt defaults.
Authorities said the officers believed the man had shot at them earlier from a vehicle and feared he was preparing to fire again.
President Yoon Suk-yeol is going all in on nuclear power, both at home and abroad.
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The Large Hadron Collider will launch its third run on July 5. What can we expect to learn this time around?
Instead of trying to prolong the inevitable move caused by rising sea levels, some communities are already adapting.
The phenomenally cheap 9-euro travel pass has been available for a month. Should the scheme continue?
Persistent rain is causing catastrophic flooding in the country's east. Tens of thousands have left their homes.
Many football teams are fighting for equal pay, but Germany's stars want to take a different approach.
India's press freedom ranking has fallen, according to RSF. The arrest of critical journalists may explain why.
Medicinal marijuana could be the next big agricultural money-spinner for the mountain kingdom of Lesotho.
The "Halo" safety device came to the rescue after Formula One driver Zhou Guanyu was involved in a horrific crash.
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