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EU leaders have started their second day of talks in Brussels, with refugees and migration high on the agenda. Energy discussions on the first day of the summit were overshadowed by a bitter debate over the rule of law.
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The president says the United States has a "commitment" to protect Taiwan as China continues to impose its sovereignty on the island. Beijing has urged Washington to act with caution on the Taiwan issue.
Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Portugal and Slovenia said their EU-wide initiative to expand the bloc's military units was inspired by recent events in Afghanistan.
A woman has died after being shot when US actor and producer Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a movie set.
The 95-year-old monarch spent a night in hospital after receiving medical advice to rest. She will celebrate 70 years on the throne next year.
The leaders of Germany’s 16 states are urging the federal government to keep some restrictions in place. Follow DW for the latest.
Spiking infections in some countries, stable numbers in others: All stages of the pandemic are represented in Europe.
The coronavirus infection rate in the German capital is at its highest for five months, and young people are now most likely to get infected. But socializing, clubbing and university classes are all going ahead.
France, Austria, Italy, Spain and Britain have agreed to withdraw digital services taxes on US tech giants in 2023, while the US will drop retaliatory punitive tariffs.
Remains found in a Florida nature preserve were identified as those of Gabby Petito's boyfriend, based on dental records. Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in her murder, had gone missing in mid-September.
Broadcaster Tencent has scrubbed all Boston games, highlights and replays after player Enes Kanter called President Xi Jinping a "brutal dictator." Meanwhile, 43 nations criticized China over its treatment of Uyghurs.
Four people have died in Poland while rail disruption in Germany, power outages in France and injuries in the Netherlands, were reported. Weather services have warned of further storms.
"Big John," as the dinosaur was nicknamed, went for millions above the initial estimate from French auction house Druot.
Violence has increased and demonstrations are gathering pace. But experts say a hard military coup remains unlikely.
Conflict Zone asked the Texas state senator who introduced the legislation why he thinks he's doing the right thing.
Recent research forecasts a near doubling of of cancer rates in the Eastern Mediterranean region by 2030. Breast cancer is currently the most common type of cancer worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
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Protest over far-right exhibitors at the Frankfurt Book Fair is justified, says DW’s Stefan Dege.
New adventures take comic figures Asterix and Obelix to cold Sarmatia. Author Jean-Yves Ferri reveals why.
The trip to Israel has a deeper significance, with German players set to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
South Korea's test of its first-ever homegrown space rocket has prompted worries of a new arms race with the North.
Without the Olympics and the World Cup, North Korea has lost a key vehicle with which to engage with the world.
Although COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women, many expectant mothers refuse the jab.
Drought and heavy rainfall: The tea plantation of Chien Shun-yih in Taiwan is severely affected by climate change.
Violence against women and girls in South Africa is rising at an alarming rate. Some teens are mobilizing against it.
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