Dutch towns and cities have witnessed another night of rioting as groups of youths went on the rampage and confronted police defying the nation's strict COVID curfew measures.
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Russian police used brutal force in their crackdown on Saturday's pro-Navalny rallies. Now, one officer has apologized for a particularly egregious incident in St Petersburg.
In her first phone call with US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said international cooperation was vital to tackling global challenges like the coronavirus pandemic and climate change.
Economist Janet Yellen is liked by both Democrats and Republicans. This is a good starting point to her momentous task of getting the American economy back on track after the long COVID-19 derailment.
The US House of Representatives has delivered to the Senate a charge accusing Donald Trump of inciting the storming of the Capitol, setting in motion the first impeachment trial of a former president.
With Kurt Campbell as Joe Biden's Indo-Pacific coordinator, the US has a chance to refresh its approach to China.
Norway has discovered a huge deposit of rare earth minerals. It's hoped that this can make the EU less dependent on China and Russia and boost the bloc's energy transition. DW's Mikhail Bushuev has this exclusive report:
As supply problems continue to hamper vaccination campaigns in the European Union, German Health Minister Jens Spahn told DW that he supports monitoring which EU-produced doses leave the bloc.
The bloc's heath commissioner has said AstraZeneca's delay in delivering COVID-19 vaccines is "not acceptable." The EU paid €336 million for guaranteed orders and is angry the company is delivering elsewhere.
The British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant said German media reports claiming that the vaccine had an 8% efficacy rate in people above 65 were "completely incorrect."
Meanwhile, several people were arrested in Sydney after defying government protocols for public gatherings during COVID-19 to protest the contentious timing of Australia Day. Follow DW for the latest.
Serbia's countrywide vaccination campaign was launched with international help — but not from the West.
Indonesia's coronavirus vaccination campaign is prioritizing younger people over the elderly. The government says it's because they make up the bulk of the country's workforce and are the main breadwinners.
Tens of thousands of Indian farmers protesting agricultural reforms have driven a convoy of tractors into New Delhi as the capital celebrates Republic Day with a military parade.
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The first woman in the role, Yellen will first eye support for a $1.9 billion coronavirus relief bill. She sailed through the confirmation with just 15 Senators voting against her.
It has been 10 years since the 2011 uprising that resulted in the ouster of autocratic President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo. While some progress has been made, the new regime is cracking down harder than ever on dissent.
Australia wants Google to pay for displaying local media content. In return, the tech giant has threatened to disable its search engine in the country. Could this confrontation set a precedent?
Analysts say that by handing over a militia leader to the International Criminal Court, CAR President Faustin-Archange Touadera has sent a clear signal to the rebels that they cannot expect impunity.
Heavy rain and storms exacerbated by climate change particularly affected East Africa, Asia and South America in 2019, according to the latest Climate Risk Index.
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Thomas Tuchel is reportedly set to become Chelsea head coach. What can the Blues expect from the German?
Reports of rapes have soared in Pakistan. Now, new legislation allows for a controversial punishment.
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A study of more than 100,000 children in China showed a dramatic, irreversible increase in nearsightedness.
German artist ANTOINETTE used more than 1,500 pencils for her latest work, which spans 100 square meters.
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