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Ukrainian soldiers have reached the border after pushing back Russian forces in Kharkiv. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has warned of more attacks in Donbas. DW has the latest.
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Sweden's government has decided to reverse decades of security policy and formally join the security alliance.
The fast-food giant said it was leaving because of the "unpredictable operating environment" and "humanitarian" reasons.
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DW visits a Greek-Catholic monastery in western Ukraine, where a religious community is supporting front-line soldiers.
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After the withdrawal of Russian troops from Kharkiv, conditions are dire for civilians still left in the city.
If Sweden and Finland join NATO, they will not only strengthen their security, but the entire alliance.
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Sinn Fein has accused Boris Johnson of pandering to unionists blocking the formation of a new government in Stormont.
Military leaders have said the soldiers would help counter Islamic extremist group al-Shabab in the Horn of Africa.
She is the first woman to become prime minister in over 30 years, and will help Macron appoint his new cabinet.
While emissions dropped at the start of the pandemic, those environmental gains have now been erased, new EU data shows.
The German chancellor has suffered a blow: Despite his support, the SPD saw a historic defeat in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Diplomats and rights agencies have called the espionage charges against Ahmad Reza Jalali unfounded.
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Six million people face acute food insecurity in the East African country. Among them are 1.4 million children.
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Fifty years after the US ceded rule back to Tokyo, many Okinawans are calling for a renewed independence movement.
The German manager, a long-time Warner Bros. head, could make the prestigious Cannes Film Festival more American.
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