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For the first time since they seized power in Afghanistan, the Taliban are set to hold official talks with Western officials in Europe. The meetings are to center around humanitarian aid.
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One activist posted a video claiming the Taliban were at her door before going missing. The Taliban say it is a fake.
Vice Admiral Kay-Achim Schönbach stepped down after saying Crimea was lost and Putin "probably" deserved respect.
The British government said it has information that Moscow is seeking to install a pro-Russian administration in Ukraine. Russia slammed the allegation as "misinformation."
Many Kazakhs have complained of excesses during the state of emergency — including illegal arrests and searches.
The 75-year-old Frenchman Jean-Jacques Savin has died at sea while attempting to row solo across the Atlantic. He had already achieved the crossing in a specially built barrel in 2019.
Burkina Faso's government has denied social media reports that the army has seized power.
New Zealand's stricter rules have put a pause on the prime minister's wedding plans, but Ardern said people faced far greater hardships. Elsewhere, Beijing has ramped up testing ahead of the Olympics. DW has the latest.
African scientists are optimistic that the variant could mark the end of the pandemic and the beginning of an endemic.
The owners of bars and restaurants say their business is all but dead.
Three monkeys from Mauritius have been killed after fleeing a road crash in the US state of Pennsylvania. All 100 of the animals that were being transported to a lab when the crash occurred have now been accounted for.
Dead seals, fish and birds have washed up on Peru's shore covered in oil after the spill. A refinery blamed waves caused by the eruption of a volcano in Tonga.
Turkish police have detained prominent journalist Sedef Kabas for allegedly insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on television and Twitter. She could face years in jail.
The former prime minister insisted that he had enough support but that he would not seek the job. Another major candidate, current Prime Minister Mario Draghi, has sidestepped questions on whether he will run.
The Islamic State group unleashed its biggest attack in Syria since the fall of its "caliphate" three years ago.
With the Middle East feeling the heat of the climate crisis, cooperation between countries is essential.
The most prominent inner-party critic of former Chancellor Angela Merkel has vowed to unite the Christian Democratic Union. The 66-year-old staunch conservative is now reaching out to women and young voters.
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Protecting Jewish traditions is part of safeguarding democracy, says Daniel Höltgen from the Council of Europe.
Poor health care contributes to a high incidence of maternal mortality. In the Simiyu region, this is changing.
The Africa Cup of Nations is not only about football.
Donyell Malen has had a slow start in Dortmund, but his display kept pressure on Bayern despite the team's laboring.
A hat trick from Moussa Diaby showed that Augsburg were no match for Leverkusen, despite new signing Ricardo Pepi.
COVID-19 looms large over prospective Winter Olympians making final preparations for the Beijing Games.
Until a few years ago, winter mountaineering was the sole domain of the toughest of extreme professional climbers.
Could Hitler have been stopped in 1938? A Netflix spy thriller starring Jeremy Irons as Chamberlain explores the idea.
Those who love to holiday on Germany's islands but want to avoid the high season rush should go during the winter.
The pandemic must be contained to protect economic output, the head of the International Monetary Fund has said.
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