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The move brings Olaf Scholz one step closer to taking the reins from Angela Merkel as Germany's next chancellor. The two remaining coalition partners, the Free Democrats and Greens, have yet to approve the deal.
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Maria Kolesnikova, a jailed Belarus opposition figure, has given DW an exclusive interview.
President Adama Barrow is seeking a second term against five challengers after ousting dictator Yahya Jammeh in 2016.
US intelligence has claimed it has evidence of a planned Russian military offensive in Ukraine. This has sparked arrangements for a call between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In her final podcast, the outgoing chancellor urged Germany to "take this treacherous virus seriously" and get protected. Some 69% of the population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, compared to 80% in Spain.
The head of Germany's top vaccine body said that vaccine manufacturers would likely need a few months before they could create a vaccine for the omicron variant. DW has the latest.
Countries in the Middle East are bracing for the new COVID variant, omicron, as vaccine diplomacy gains momentum.
The new variant has come with a spike in cases. How will South Africa's hospitals — and economy — cope?
Pope Francis arrived in Athens following a two-day visit to Cyprus. The pontiff is keen to help migrants, but also boost ties with the Greek Orthodox Church.
The eruption sent a cloud of smoke into the sky, with videos on social media showing residents fleeing the ash. Dozens of people suffered burns, officials have said.
Mexican authorities said they'd opened the truck's trailer after they heard screams and pounding inside. The discovery by authorities comes two weeks after 600 migrants were found in two semi-trailers in Veracruz.
Incoming German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock urged a tougher stance against Beijing during a recent interview. China's embassy in Berlin hit back, saying the world needs "bridge builders instead of wall builders."
In Germany barriers to entering the middle class are higher than they were 30 years ago.
While the president is taking more decisive action against terrorists, citizens have planned fresh demonstrations.
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DW's Sertan Sanderson is tired of Africa being blamed again for emerging COVID-19 variants.
Germany's euward art prize aims to give greater visibility to works created by those with intellectual disabilities.
RB Leipzig's sixth defeat of the season came against Union Berlin, and begs the question what are RB Leipzig now that Ralf Rangnick and Julian Nagelsmann are gone?
Growing competition, greater comfort and the coronavirus are luring ever more people onto private jets.
Thirty years ago, Pan Am ceased operations. The US airline put its stamp on civil aviation like no other.
Some Kenyans see snakes as cursed, and so capture them for witchcraft rituals. But a rescue group has intervened.
With case numbers rising, Italy is barring unvaccinated citizens from much of public life.
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