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The WHO has said it's too early to tell if vaccines will need to be recalibrated, adding it's important for manufacturers to examine their jabs. Germany's BioNTech has said adjustments can be made fairly quickly.
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German politicians have called on police to help enforce COVID rules that business owners have been left to implement. One minister said issuing fewer parking tickets is more sensible than ignoring rule breakers.
The WHO has warned the Asia-Pacific region faces a surge in COVID cases as the omicron variant spreads. Elsewhere, a British study found that mRNA vaccines provide the biggest boost to antibody levels. DW has the latest.
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DW visited Frankfurt airport, Germany's largest, to speak with passengers about their concerns.
State Department officials were reportedly targeted by Israeli spyware that has previously been implicated in cyberattacks on journalists, activists and politicians. Tech company Pegasus said it was investigating.
The Taliban have promised to end the practice of young girls being sold off to pay debts. However, the Islamist fundamentalists have not clarified how they intend to implement the decree.
Police are searching for James and Jennifer Crumbley. They were charged with involuntary manslaughter after their 15-year-old son was accused of murdering four classmates in a school shooting.
A British employee of the UK Embassy in Berlin has been accused of passing official documents to Moscow agents. His arrest marks the third Russian espionage case in Germany in under a year.
Officials in Kyiv said they are concerned about the chance of a Russian attack near the end of January. Videolink talks between US and Russian presidents Biden and Putin aimed at diffusing tension could take place soon.
High-ranking European diplomats say Tehran has demanded changes to compromises agreed during "many months of hard work" on its nuclear program. Talks will resume next week in Vienna.
The ruling People's Party has picked the current interior minister to replace Sebastian Kurz as party leader. Karl Nehammer is widely expected to become the next chancellor of Austria.
After delivering an open-air Mass in Nicosia, the 84-year-old pontiff held a prayer ceremony with dozens of migrants stuck in Cyprus, offering them a chance for a new life in Italy.
Citizens of Afghanistan were by far the biggest group of people applying for asylum in the EU, Switzerland and Norway in September 2021.
Voters will cast their ballots for president on December 4, in a key test for Gambia's democratic transition.
Proponents say privatizing India's public services can boost the economy, but there is strong opposition.
While the president is taking more decisive action against terrorists, citizens have planned fresh demonstrations.
Recent deaths have highlighted the weight-associated risks in the traditional Japanese sport.
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