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Chinese President Xi Jinping was in Hong Kong to celebrate 25 years of the former British colony's handover to Beijing amid heightened security and a clampdown on pro-democracy protests.
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Beijing has used the festivities marking the 25th handover anniversary from British rule to laud the city's "rebirth."
Turkey's media watchdog has blocked access to DW's websites after demanding it apply for a license. The German public broadcaster says it plans to take legal action against the move.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan explains why he did not condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Czech Republic takes over rotating European presidency, vowing to focus largely on aid to Ukraine.
After a century of restitution claims, Germany is transferring ownership of 1,130 bronzes to Nigeria. A groundbreaking step in the return of looted art.
At least 19 people were killed in Russian missile strikes in the southern region of Odesa, Ukrainian officials said. DW has the latest.
Ursula von der Leyen said Ukraine was making progress toward its goal of EU membership and needed to foster business confidence by appointing top anti-corruption officials.
With the NATO summit in Madrid underway, DW spoke with Christoph Heusgen, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference.
At their summit in Spain, NATO leaders have endorsed a new Strategic Concept for the military alliance.
Russian former Duma MP Ilya Ponomarev told DW's Conflict Zone that Vladimir Putin's war aims go way beyond Ukraine.
Europe has been told to increase its surveillance and genetic sequencing of the monkeypox outbreak. It is home to around 90% of all reported cases of the disease.
The DNB admitted that early directors profited from, and advocated against the Dutch abolition of, slavery.
A funeral procession for those killed in Thursday's protest turned into an anti-military demonstration.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen apologized to mink breeders following the release of a report critical of government actions. But she maintained her stance on the decision to cull millions of minks during the pandemic.
Australian and French leaders have held their first meeting since a diplomatic row last year over a canceled submarine contract. Australia's prime minister is promising a reset in relations between the two countries.
Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador has angered the Jewish community by comparing a prominent member to Hitler. It's not the first time the leftist leader has tried to smear opponents with such comparisons.
A new documentary reveals what Macron and Putin talked about on the eve of the Ukraine war.
DW checks the facts on claims made by opponents and supporters of abortion rights.
Congo's anti-colonial hero Patrice Lumumba's remains — one gold tooth — have been interred during a somber ceremony.
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Germany is to ease its rules on employing foreign workers to deal with a ground staff crisis at its airports.
France adopted the measure after a sustained campaign by the country's farm lobby.
In Western Tanzania, chimpanzee’s habitats are under pressure from human encroachment and the clearing of wild areas. It is a conflict about space.
EU member countries have agreed that new cars cannot have combustion engines as of 2035. But there are risks involved.
Twenty cubic meters of cyanide solution has spilled into the Karasu River in Turkey.
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