The leaders of Germany's biggest conservative party support Armin Laschet to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor candidate at the next election. But the CSU's Markus Söder has not yet given up.
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The Japanese government has approved a controversial plan to release radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean. South Korea expressed 'strong regret' over the decision.
The volatile security situation and brutal crackdown on protesters in Myanmar has prompted many to flee and cross the border into India's northeastern states.
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There is little doubt among experts that North Korea has suffered at least some cases of the coronavirus.
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Neither the state of emergency nor the curfew held back protesters as they took their anger over Daunte Wright's death to the streets.
The foreign ministers of the G7 group of economies have told Russia to "de-escalate" tensions on its border with Ukraine. World powers kicked Moscow out of the former G8 club over its 2014 annexation of Crimea.
The Canadian Security Intelligence has released its 2020 public report. The spy agency says that the frictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have led to a rise in foreign spying and interference.
US domestic industries are struggling to keep up with demand for computer chips and semiconductors. The White House is offering billions in domestic aid to help boost production.
Injury-hit Bayern Munich travel to Paris looking to overturn a 3-2 first leg deficit against PSG. As coaching tensions rumble on, can the reigning champions keep Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and the like at bay?
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Britain's longest serving royal consort will be granted the "no fuss" service he'd wished for. Who will be attending?
Major, a 3-year-old German shepherd, will be sent from the White House for more training after two biting incidents.
Denim's poor environmental reputation precedes it. Now, it's time to rediscover its purpose.
Russian scientists are on an expedition to find out how polar bears are struggling to cope with climate change.
Nine-year-old Licypriya, a young climate activist, says parents must leave behind a beautiful planet for their children.
Researchers go on extended field trips in the rainforests of the Philippines to catch thousands of wild bats.
With Hungary’s high coronavirus-related death rate, health workers say this is no time for easing.
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