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The Catalan independence leader has been arrested after almost four years as a fugitive. He was stripped of his immunity as a member of the European Parliament.
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Representatives from all seven of Germany's main parties squared off in the final television debate. This comes three days before a vote whose outcome seems unpredictable.
There can be no more "faits accomplis" by the US in light of the submarine row with France, Heiko Maas has told DW. He called the US decision on the AUKUS pact "sobering" for European allies.
Internally displaced Afghans are in desperate need of help from the international community.
In his resignation letter, the US representative to Haiti offered his apologies to those affected by his country's recent round of deportations.
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet has called for urgent action to curb the "terrible and tragic" consequences of the conflict. She also cited an economic and political crisis made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.
A reliance on shrinking resources, such as water, could increase tensions on the ground, UN chief Antonio Guterres has warned. But problems could be mitigated through "climate adaptation."
Europeans love Spanish produce, but the monocultures damage the soil. Many plantations are also facing drought.
Decarbonizing the economy will cost trillions. Not acting will cost more.
The fight against climate change is one of the German voters' main topics of concern at election time.
DW looks at global expectations, and fears, for Germany after Angela Merkel steps down.
Sabine Kinkartz hits the road with SPD chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz, who has a good chance to succeed Angela Merkel.
The COVID situation in countries around the world varies widely because of unequal vaccine distribution.
The 12-year-old wanted the vaccine so he can visit his grandmother who is battling lung cancer, and took the case to court as his "pleas were being ignored."
This year's scientific and literature Nobel laureates will again receive their awards remotely, instead of in Stockholm. Follow DW for the latest.
The US-owned network had fallen afoul of the ruling Law and Justice Party over its critical coverage. The row strained relations between Washington and Warsaw.
Eitan is at the center of a custody battle between his Israeli grandfather and his aunt who lives in Italy. In May, the 6-year-old's parents and younger brother were killed in a cable car crash in Piedmont.
Viktor Orban and Mike Pence are among the conservative leaders and thinkers from around the world meeting in Budapest to "defend" the notion of the nuclear family from "left-wing" attacks.
The oil company BP is set to restrict deliveries of petrol and diesel to some gas stations in the face of a driver shortage. A lack of truck drivers has also disrupted food supply in the UK.
It comes a day after a potential assassination attempt on the chief aide to Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Seven years after the MH17 disaster, victims' families are having their days — and say — in court.
Cameroonians see land ownership as the best form of security, but acquiring a piece of land is tough.
Women who have experienced sexual violence are more prone to dementia and stroke, a US study has found.
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Renewables are struggling to keep up with coal's exit. A gloomy future is avoidable — will politicians get on board?
"I Am Samuel" — a film depicting romantic love between men — is being called an affront to the country’s constitution.
The switch to a standard USB-C cable would represent a blow for US tech giant Apple.
The global food system is being hijacked by multinationals, says farmer Paula Gioia.
Things aren't so simple when it comes to cannabis in sports. WADA is set to review its banned-substance list.
Six months after the attempt to launch a European Super League, another new European football tournament is underway.
At the Human Rights Film Festival in Berlin, Yemeni street artist Murad Subay comments on the horrors of war.
Most Germans say religion plays no role in their life. Only one in eight think faith makes the world fairer.
It's part of every human space exploration but remains taboo. Here's what we do and don't know about cosmic sex.
Energy costs are soaring in Europe, with ordinary citizens and small businesses hit the worst.
On International Day of Sign Languages, September 23, we look at how users have creatively responded to the pandemic.
Male manicurists are a common sight in central Angola. The job helps pay for their studies and support their families.
At first, nobody had any clue what happened to 65 penguins found dead in Cape Town. And then they found the bee stings.
Indonesia has the highest infection and death rates in Southeast Asia.
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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