The country, which never had the pandemic under control, hit the tragic milestone as the virus continues to rage and President Jair Bolsonaro continues to ignore scientific recommendations.
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The nationwide protests against President Jair Bolsonaro's government come as Brazil passed the grim threshold of 500,000 coronavirus deaths — the second-highest death toll in the world.
While regional allies welcomed the Islamic hard-liner's win, exiled opposition groups decried the vote as a farce — and Western nations remained largely silent.
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Israr Ahmed Khan told DW about the terrible risks and hardships he faced while attempting to reach Europe.
Doctors in Germany fear that long COVID patients are falling through the cracks.
One man ended up losing his hand amid an hours-long police operation to break up a large party in western France.
Metal fans are camping and moshing once more as the UK holds its first full music festival. Elsewhere, clashes broke out in Germany and France as police moved to break up late-night parties. Follow DW for the latest.
Authorities in Portugal are worried about the growing numbers of the more infectious coronavirus delta variant.
Far-right leader Marine Le Pen's party is expected to make gains as French voters pick their regional assemblies, less than a year before the presidential election.
More than a dozen people were killed when gunmen in vehicles opened fire in several districts of the city of Reynosa, close to the US border.
The vote comes after Armenia fought a recent war with Azerbaijan over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The German government wants to send a message to Jewish citizens after several antisemitic incidents took place amid pro-Palestinian protests last month.
Human rights activists slammed Croatian authorities for violent pushbacks of migrants and called for the abolition of the EU's Frontex border agency. Croatia denies taking violent measures against migrants.
Human rights activists have warned the law is about "training people to conform to Chinese Communist Party rules."
Sanctions seem to have no effect on Belarus' autocratic leader, Alexander Lukashenko. DW explains why.
Europe and Africa have different perspectives on refugees and migration, and it's high time for them to work together.
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Germany secured a dominant win at Euro 2020, largely thanks to left wingback Robin Gosens.
After defeat to France, Joachim Löw had demanded more dynamism, speed and risk. And he got it, says DW's Matt Ford.
After the Hungarian parliament passed new anti-LGBT+ laws, Munich councilors want to send a message when Germany plays Hungary.
ECOWAS had delayed introducing its single currency several times, most recently due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The domestic intelligence agency has started paying more attention to the movement subtly pushing racist ideologies.
Mercury in rivers and fjords raises concerns for the health of Indigenous communities ― and global warming effects.
DW meets a woman who was forced into prostitution by the Nigerian mafia in Italy.
See how a TikTok trend is feeding into anti-COVID vaccine conspiracy theories.
Anna Zimt and Rainer Langhans both have open relationships. ENTR spoke with both individuals about the vastly different ways in which they came to their decision.
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