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The European Commission has spoken out against EU border walls, despite calls by some EU leaders to enforce migration controls. Leaders also covered spiking energy prices and a deepening rule-of-law row with Poland.
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Climate protesters have demanded more action from the incoming German government to curb emissions.
The US government has predicted that climate change will exacerbate geopolitical tensions around the world in a series of new reports. The assessments also highlight how global warming will drive mass migration.
Turkey is under pressure from the EU and a number of countries to release philanthropist Osman Kavala.
The president says the United States has a "commitment" to protect Taiwan as China continues to impose its sovereignty on the island. Beijing has urged Washington to act with caution on the Taiwan issue.
As the EU seeks a new crisis reaction force, NATO says it should not duplicate existing structures.
A woman has died after being shot when US actor and producer Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a movie set.
US actor Alec Baldwin fatally shot a cinematographer with a prop firearm on a movie set in New Mexico. How could that happen? DW spoke to Oliver Jürgen Rasch, a German gunsmith and armorer, about gun safety on set.
The leaders of Germany’s 16 states are urging the federal government to keep some restrictions in place. Follow DW for the latest.
COVID-19 infection and mortality rates currently vary vastly across Europe. What is the situation with vaccine uptake and coronavirus restrictions? And what might be expected in the different countries this winter?
Angela Merkel was praised as the "Eiffel Tower" of the European Union at her 107th, and likely final, leaders' summit. Even former US President Barack Obama sent a video message to Brussels for her.
The UN has suspended flights to Tigray's regional capital after a plane had to abort landing in Mekelle. The humanitarian situation in the region is dire with civilians facing famine-like conditions, the UN added.
The 95-year-old monarch spent a night in hospital after receiving medical advice to rest. She will celebrate 70 years on the throne next year.
France, Austria, Italy, Spain and Britain have agreed to withdraw digital services taxes on US tech giants in 2023, while the US will drop retaliatory punitive tariffs.
Luxembourg joins only two other countries and a handful of US states in decriminalizing the cultivation of cannabis for recreational use. However, Germany may not be far behind.
Violence has increased and demonstrations are gathering pace. But experts say a hard military coup remains unlikely.
Ecuador has imposed a state of emergency amid a rise in drug-related violence. But some say it goes too far.
Recent research forecasts a near doubling of cancer rates in the Eastern Mediterranean region by 2030. Breast cancer is currently the most common type of cancer worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
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Protest over far-right exhibitors at the Frankfurt Book Fair is justified, says DW's Stefan Dege.
India's Dalit women at the bottom of the country's caste hierarchy experience many forms of violence.
The visit came a day after Germany struggled to beat Israel in a World Cup qualifying match.
Union Berlin are demanding an explanation as to why several fans were arrested and injured on Thursday night.
Museums in Vienna got banned on social media for posting nude art. But the Vienna Tourist Board had an idea: Only Fans!
With flashy appearances and legendary songs, Elton John became a pop icon. Now, he brings out 'The Lockdown Sessions.'
New adventures take comic figures Asterix and Obelix to cold Sarmatia. Author Jean-Yves Ferri reveals why.
Authorities said police found radioactive material and intel on North Korea in a German officer's possession.
Although COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women, many expectant mothers refuse the jab.
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