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When laying out their election programs, parties aim to distinguish themselves while also signaling to potential partners that they're open to working together. Here's an overview of the six main parties' platforms.
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India voiced concern about Pakistan as "an instigator" of some of the region's problems, including the Taliban in Afghanistan. The Quad consists of the US, Australia, India and Japan.
All migrants who had been camping under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, are now gone, according to US authorities. Thousands were living in dire conditions as they sought asylum in the US.
The world can rely on Germany, whatever happens in the country's upcoming general election, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has told the UN General Assembly.
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Misbah Khan, a Green party candidate for the German parliament, talks to DW about her journey in German politics.
The young Germans who will vote for the first time ever this Sunday can barely remember a world before Angela Merkel.
The WHO approved a cocktail of monoclonal antibodies that imitate natural antibodies. The treatment first gained international attention when it was used to treat then-US President Donald Trump. Follow DW for the latest.
The CDC's limited approval comes weeks after US President Joe Biden's administration announced a sweeping plan that would allow nearly all American adults to get a third shot.
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Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial executive, has now left Canada after being detained on fraud charges for nearly three years. China released two Canadians as part of the US deal.
The discovery of more than 1,000 unmarked graves of children has prompted anger against the Catholic Church in Canada. The church has now admitted to "grave abuses."
Hundreds gathered in London to light candles in remembrance of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa. Police believe she was killed while walking through a park.
In its first report on the Syrian war death toll since 2014, the UN said at least 350,209 people have died in the decade-long conflict. But admitted the real toll is likely to be much higher.
Firefighters have been forced to pull back and flights to the Canary Islands have been canceled as volcanic eruptions continue for a fifth day on La Palma island in Spain.
Chinese property company Evergrande's financial plight comes as the Communist Party tightens control of the economy.
African leaders have urged for solidarity in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic at this year's UN General Assembly.
In the run-up to Libya's elections, political rivals are putting what could be a chance for peace in acute danger.
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Change has been the buzzword of the German election campaign. But much of it is empty talk.
Tens of thousands took to the streets to demand action on climate change.
With politicians failing to take climate action, activists from South America to Europe are taking polluters to court.
A Polish teen has made Fridays for Future into a force that has the attention of those in power.
Lebanon is in desperate need of fuel. The United States and Iran want to help, but with drastically different agendas.
A property expropriation referendum could pass in Berlin. But various political and legal hurdles lie ahead.
The documentary portrays divisions in Afghan society, as well as the government's false claims.
Billie Eilish, Elton John, Coldplay and many more will perform for the climate and against poverty in the online event.
Inline skating is rapidly growing in popularity in Nairobi — and young people have discovered their own skating oasis.
Bayern Munich made light work of Greuther Fürth on Friday night, with Alphonso Davies thriving as a wide forward.
BioNTech-Pfizer works great on 5-to-11-year-olds, and if you've felt agitated during the pandemic, you're not alone.
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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