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In an exclusive interview with DW, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz pledged to help countries in Africa that are also suffering from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Gerhard Schröder has attracted criticism and lost perks over his close ties to Russian state gas companies. He has now rejected a nomination to a supervisory role on the board of Gazprom.
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DW's Matthias Bölinger went to a village in eastern Ukraine that was destroyed by Russian attacks.
In his speech, Duda stressed Ukraine’s right to make its own political decisions.
Unexploded munitions, mines and rockets from the the Russian assault will pose a threat to civilians for years.
A cache of documents known as "The Xinjiang Police Files" sheds new light on human rights abuses by the Chinese government toward the region's Uyghur minority. Experts tell DW the files are almost certainly authentic.
Germany's health minister has given the "urgent recommendation" of a 21-day isolation period for infected people, though the disease is not being considered the start of a new pandemic.
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Ex-Moldovan President Igor Dodon is accused of taking bribes. The pro-Russia politician was in office from 2016 until 2020.
Austria is dropping its mask wearing mandate for the time being — but expects the measure to be reintroduced after the summer. Swedish officials are also preparing for a new infection spike in autumn. Follow DW for more.
Sri Lanka's Tamil community is particularly hard hit by the country's economic and political turmoil.
A controversial public health order invoked by the Trump administration in 2020 to curb the spread of COVID-19 in migrant holding facilities was due to be lifted on Monday. But a federal judge has quashed the move.
The application of the death penalty rose in 2021, Amnesty International has reported. However, there were signs of a move away from capital punishment in many countries.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz had a lot to live up to on his visit to Africa. But he didn't disappoint.
More and more children in Somalia are dropping out of school to help their parents in the daily struggle to survive.
With no standardized tests and shorter school days, Finland's school system is sparking debate in India.
India's book publishers are facing new challenges, including higher costs because of inflation and a smaller readership.
The Vivat publishing house in Kharkiv never stopped producing books. It even opened a new bookstore.
"Butterfly Vision" by Maksim Nakonechnyi portrays the trauma of a Ukrainian female soldier raped by Russians in Donbas.
With the rise in inequality, many attending the WEF want to see governments and the wealthy do more.
Researchers say that fathers of first-borns are steadily getting older in Germany, with the average age surpassing 33.
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How smartphone tech is helping shepherds make the most of grazing lands, and in turn protect a unique walnut forest.
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