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Anyone traveling to the Beijing Olympics is required to document their health for authorities. But the My 2022 smartphone app has vulnerabilities that could lead to hacking, a security report obtained by DW has found.
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The International Olympic Committee was responding to reports of flaws in the My 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics app.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg say Russia faces severe consequences if it invades Ukraine. Stoltenberg has invited Russia for talks to address concerns on both sides.
While visiting Moscow, Germany's Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock told her Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov Russia's deployment to the Ukraine border had "no understandable reason."
The US and the EU are threatening new sanctions on Moscow over fears about an invasion of Ukraine. Excluding Russian banks from the SWIFT global payments system has been ruled out, according to reports, so what is left?
Some Rwandans have claimed that officials are forcing people to take COVID-19 vaccines.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz has said he favors compulsory jabs for everyone eligible, and similar measures have already been put in place in other EU countries. However, many hurdles remain.
In what's becoming a regular event on Monday evenings, protesters took to the streets of Berlin, Cologne, Cottbus and Rostock, as well as several other locations across Germany.
Tonga's government released its first statement on the extent of damage on the country's islands.
Arms exports from Germany brought in record revenue during 2021, with just under half coming from Egypt. The ministry responsible said the new "traffic light coalition" government wants tighter regulation.
A district court in Norway is hearing extremist Anders Behring Breivik's appeal for an early release. He was convicted of killing 77 people in 2011 — the country's deadliest terror attack since World War II.
The European Parliament has elected conservative Maltese lawyer Roberta Metsola as president after the death of office-holder David Sassoli. She is the first woman in 20 years to hold the post.
In the biggest deal in the sector, the US tech giant said it will acquire videogame maker Activision Blizzard — which has been hit by allegations of misconduct and discrimination.
Millions of homes will be needed to house risng city populations in the future — with consequences for the climate.
There has long been a special connection between pro-democracy activists in Myanmar and the Czech Republic, say experts.
Media outlets in Hong Kong are being forced to shut shop, prompting journalists to seek safety abroad.
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Security gaps in the My 2022 app were discovered by IT specialists at a Canadian university. They represent a failing.
Zimbabwe's struggles at this year's Africa Cup of Nations come as little surprise in light of the country's economy.
The record-breaking Pole has set standards in the Bundesliga and beyond, but has remained humble throughout.
Investigators have identified a suspect who may have told the Gestapo about the hideout of Anne Frank and her family.
Increasing inequalities are "are tearing our world apart," according to the anti-poverty charity.
With the world's corals facing mass die-off, a Red Sea reef ecosystem could offer hope.
The use of pesticides is on the rise worldwide, with dramatic consequences, a new report shows.
Miramax is suing Tarantino as he auctions off the "Pulp Fiction" script. Many stars are jumping on the NFT bandwagon.
He adopted a personal anthropocentric style and was given awards by the French and Russian governments.
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