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Capturing Sievierodonetsk brings Moscow closer to taking full control of Luhansk, an administrative region in Ukraine's Donbas. Meanwhile, Moscow claims it has killed dozens of Polish fighters. DW has the latest.
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German Chancellor Scholz has called for a 'Marshall plan' to rebuild Ukraine.
Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidacy status. But they face a long and complex process.
Ukraine and Moldova have both become candidates for EU accession. It's the first step on a complex path to membership.
67-year-old Volodymyr Hapon fled his home in Ukraine to save his life — but is now reunited with his family.
In Ukraine, volunteers are working in a makeshift factory to produce body armor.
Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidate status. DW's Alexandra von Nahmen looks at why this is significant.
Gitanas Nauseda, who backed the move to grant Ukraine and Moldova candidate status, spoke to DW's Alexandra von Nahmen.
Germany, France and Italy had backed the bid, but all 27 member states needed to give it the go-ahead.
With several key issues on the agenda, the summit is a key opportunity for Chancellor Scholz to show strong leadership.
The German chancellor has said he wants solutions to the energy crisis, inflation and climate change at the G7 summit.
It all began as an informal fireside chat in the French countryside. But the G7 summit has since become a huge affair.
Tens of millions of US women might lose their right to an abortion after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade marks a historic turning point.
Although some European countries are increasing access to abortion, others are going in the opposite direction.
The UN agency stopped short of giving the outbreak the label of highest alert despite it spreading to new countries.
The museum, in the town of Oksboel, will recognize the contribution that refugees have made to the Nordic country.
A report says Jacob Zuma is "a critical player" in a massive graft scheme, but the ex-president pledged to challenge it.
Rights groups called for a probe after at least 23 people died at Spain's North African exclave of Melilla.
US President Joe Biden has said the new bill could "save a lot of lives" though falling short of what he wanted.
Police are investigating an overnight mass shooting outside a bar popular with the LGBTQ community as a "terrorist act."
The German airline is canceling over 2,000 additional flights at its Frankfurt and Munich hubs due to staff shortages.
Jordan aims to close the gender gap by 2030. Meanwhile, social enterprises could become key for female empowerment.
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The G7 countries should finally take responsibility for the climate crisis — and act on it.
Taiwan legalized same-sex marriage three years ago. But many cross-national couples are still battling.
Ugandan musician Bobi Wine joined other African artists to discuss opportunities for Africa's creative scene.
One in four Japanese in their 30s say they have no plans to get married - a cause for concern in the aging country.
One group in Mexico is taking steps to eliminate the systemic discrimination that leads to period poverty.
The Nigerian striker has completed a 'dream' move from Union Berlin to Nottingham Forst in a record deal for both clubs.
Artist collective Taring Padi has joined the curatorial team in apologizing for antisemitic artwork
Despite COVID and a huge crisis in the aviation industry, Lufthansa has launched a new airline for holiday destinations.
Pastoralists in northern Kenya have declared war on an invasive plant introduced by British colonizers.
Climate change is rendering forests more vulnerable to wildfires. How can we reduce the risk?
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