US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have started a high-stakes summit that is expected to be dominated by deep disagreements.
Go to article
After a low point in US-Russian relations, US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will be meeting face-to-face. China is one of the reasons.
Here are some of the pressing issues the US and Russian leaders will seek to address.
The Israeli military said it was responding to "incendiary balloons" launched into southern Israel from Gaza. It is the first flare-up since a ceasefire was agreed between Israel and Hamas after heavy fighting in May.
Member states have reportedly agreed to lift coronavirus travel restrictions.
Monuments are opening as COVID restrictions are being relaxed in India. Elsewhere, Japan is pondering whether to allow spectators at the Olympics. Follow DW for the latest.
Experts fear that, amid a slow vaccination drive, the appearance of new variants could spur a devastating third wave.
Amid a "dramatic" rise in coronavirus cases, Moscow now requires employees in industries that provide services to a large number of people to be fully vaccinated by August 15.
Both right-wing and left-wing extremism flourished during the pandemic year, Germany's domestic intelligence agency said in its latest report. But the security forces have themselves come under new scrutiny.
The British barrister inherits a string of open investigations, including contentious probes into the Israel-Palestinian conflict and alleged US war crimes in Afghanistan.
China has blamed damaged fuel rods for rising levels of radiation in its first confirmation of the incident that prompted concern over the facility's safety.
The sharing of intimate pictures without permission is a huge problem in South Korea, according to Human Rights Watch. These crimes typically target women.
Leftist squatters have set up burning barricades and are pelting police with rocks in the Friedrichshain neighborhood. They oppose a fire safety inspection the city has ordered.
The three-member crew will be the first to blast off to China's space station site to conduct spacewalks, maintenance work and science experiments.
Kim has said extreme weather, the coronavirus pandemic and being cut off from Chinese trade could lead to another food crisis in North Korea.
The Nazis destroyed a unique German-Jewish cultural heritage. Historian Julius H. Schoeps discusses different projects aiming to commemorate forgotten personalities.
DW analyzes what prompted the government to engage with a group that it considers a pro-Pakistan terrorist outfit.
Palm oil is as useful as it is unpopular. Is it as bad as we are led to believe?
Coming up at 15:30 UTC: Made in Germany
An own goal from Mats Hummels condemned Germany to a defeat in their Euro 2020 opener against France.
Germany may have lost their opening game at Euro 2020. But for those able to watch the game on the big public screen this was less about a lost game of football and more about a long absent social connection.
A botched pandemic response, economic crisis and scandalous claims from a mafia boss: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is under fire. But as Turkey head to Baku for two "home games," could Euro 2020 be a lifeline?
German industry players are turning to quantum computers to find the next competitive advantage.
Officials are optimistic that it will help fight extremism.
The artist was renowned for his large-scale art. The date for posthumous realization of his project has been confirmed.
Lebanese farmers struggle to survive amid an unprecedented economic crisis and the threat of losing the Saudi market.
The aromatic and smooth brew from the Caribbean now even has its own day on the Japanese calendar.
Historian Timothy Snyder explains what went wrong with disrupted democracies — and how local journalism can help.
Out of 1.6 billion shots given so far, only 0.3% have gone to the poorest countries.
Young, bold, European. ENTR a digital space for open discussion about what really matters and what connects us all.
© 2021 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version