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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau looks set to form another minority government following Canada's parliamentary election. The prime minister framed the vote as a referendum on his party's handling of the COVID pandemic.
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Former US President Donald Trump first imposed the measure in March 2020. But the ban will soon be lifted for fully vaccinated people from the European Union and the United Kingdom.
Debt troubles at the property group have been dragging down global markets as investors assess the implications of a credit default. Evergrande is struggling to raise funds it needs to pay its many lenders this week.
France is looking to shore up EU support as the fallout from a surprise defense deal grows. The US, Australia and Britain insist that the diplomatic crisis wouldn't affect their long-term relations with France.
Warsaw has accused Minsk of an "organized storming" of its borders after four people, apparently refugees, were found dead. Poland is sending 500 additional troops to the region.
Authorities have cleared the coastal waters off the Spanish island of La Palma where lava is expected to meet the sea and propel toxic steam into the air.
Germans go to the polls on September 26 to elect a new parliament — but its formation will take a while.
He entered Germany as a refugee from Iran. Now, Shoan Vaisi is standing for a seat in the German parliament.
Pro-climate activists have threatened to escalate their hunger strike, demanding to meet future chancellor candidates ahead of the German parliamentary election.
As Angela Merkel leaves the stage, it seems the curtains are being drawn on an era when German political objectives had a strong emphasis on Africa. Mimi Mefo Takambou says ignoring Africa would be a strategic mistake.
Trade, migration, security. Africa has been important for Germany — and this could continue as Germany starts a new era.
The announcement comes as cases among children surge in the United States and other parts of the world.
The shot will likely be available from the first quarter, but full approval could take longer. Follow DW for the latest.
A 20-year-old clerk was shot after asking a customer to wear a face mask in Germany. The suspected shooter said he was stressed out by coronavirus measures.
Kosovo began applying new rules on vehicles with Serbian license plates entering the country. While the scheme to have drivers swap out for local registration is about reciprocity, tensions have soared.
The EU's Court of Justice has ordered Poland to pay a daily fine of €500,000 for keeping the Turow coal mine open. The Czechs took the case to court as a negotiating tactic to force Poland's hand.
The new government won a vote of confidence on its program that aims to haul the country out of a devastating economic crisis. Prime Minister Najib Mikati said IMF talks are now a necessity and "not a choice."
The suspects reportedly forced children as young as 10 to take money from drug buyers. The authorities also arrested several women with Mafia links.
The Tunisian army is famed for its neutrality. But now some fear it is too close to a growingly undemocratic leadership.
President Putin has retained his power base in the Russian Duma. His party had to pull out all the stops to manage it.
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Netflix and Apple TV+ are the big winners. Yet the hoped-for diversity among award winners was nowhere to be found.
A volcano has erupted on La Palma, the fifth-largest of Spain's Canary Islands, after several days of earth tremors.
Starting Monday, Germany's blue-chip DAX index will include 10 more companies to become the DAX-40.
Amsterdam has unveiled a national monument bearing the names of over 100,000 names of Dutch Holocaust victims.
Products designed by Bauhaus teachers and students are still being made — but also copied.
For 30 years, the space telescope has been providing us with breathtaking images from distant corners of the universe.
The BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine appears to be safe and effective in 5-to-11-year-olds — but when can parents vaccinate them?
Some 500,000 people were vaccinated at mosques, supermarkets and football pitches. But will that be enough?
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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