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Some 30 women had accused WHO employees of sexual exploitation and abuse. Director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the allegations were "horrific" and launched the independent investigation.
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Where do Germany's political parties have their strongholds?
Both the Greens and the pro-free market FDP are likely to join a three-party coalition. Can they govern together?
With his party in a pivotal position, the Greens' co-chair is positioning himself as top coalition negotiator.
Germany's Social Democrats have won the election, but find themselves in an uncomfortable situation.
The woman was later allowed to vote in the western town of Bergheim after she complained to election authorities. Town officials have apologized for the incident.
Following the German elections, DW has collected various reactions from cultural insiders, including filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff and rapper Nura.
Iran is now buying the demonized "Western" vaccine after all after it failed to produce its own Covid shot.
The lack of recognition for India's own Covaxin jab is causing problems for those who want to travel abroad.
Japan's medical experts and officials warned that lifting restrictions didn't mean they were out of the woods. Meanwhile, India has reported its smallest number of COVID cases since mid-March. Follow DW for the latest.
North Korea has said the missile it tested on Tuesday had a "hypersonic" component that is harder to detect and intercept. It also claimed to have successfully tested a new fueling system that speeds up launch times.
Paris has accused former colonies of not doing enough to allow illegal immigrants to return.
The move comes amid pressure from far-right politicians on President Emmanuel Macron to implement tougher migration rules.
US military leaders defended the end of the war in Afghanistan but called the conflict a "strategic failure."
The government has urged Britons to "go about their business in the normal way" to stabilize rising fuel demands.
YouTube said RT had violated its COVID misinformation policy.
The fresh probe comes after Navalny's allies were already banned as "extremist" earlier this year.
Taro Kono may be the favorite with members of the Liberal Democratic Party, but factional politics mean that Fumio Kishida is likely to emerge as Japan's new prime minister, say experts.
After a treacherous journey to escape the Taliban, a group of Afghan DW correspondents and their families are safe.
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Barbers in Afghanistan's Helmand province say the ban on shaving or trimming beards will hit their businesses hard.
A collection of artistic posters reflects the ongoing resistance against Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko, who sees anything in white-red-white as criticism.
The ex-Beatle and his wife Yoko Ono were interviewed by four Danish schoolboys more than 50 years ago.
In the eyes of their owners, PSG and Manchester City are little more than an extension of the nation-state.
America is known for its crazy competitions, and the annual Surf City Surf Dog event on Huntington Beach, California, is definitely one of them — a totally rad get-together for the world's top surfing dogs.
The EU has demanded Warsaw pay a daily fine of €500,000 after it declined to shut down a coal mine. What happens now?
Mae Jemison, the first female astronaut of color, flew 30 years after the first men and white women in space.
In Portugal, around 80 percent of the population is already fully vaccinated. That makes it the global leader.
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