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The results of the United in Science 2021 report are an "alarming appraisal of just how far off course we are," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said.
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German Chancellor Merkel is meeting French President Macron on what could be her final working visit to France. Some analysts say their cooperation should have produced more results.
Police have released three people arrested over a possible attack on a synagogue in the western city of Hagen ahead of a major Jewish holiday. Authorities believe the threat was motivated by "Islamist ideology."
The Russian mercenary group "Wagner" is notorious; among other things, it has been accused of war crimes in Syria. Now it's allegedly set be deployed in Mali. Germany and France are threatening to withdraw their troops.
Sigrid Kaag lost a vote of no confidence over her handling of the evacuation of refugees from Afghanistan last month. Kaag tendered her immediate resignation following the parliamentary vote.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has said the bloc was "not informed" about the "AUKUS" security pact in the Indo-Pacific and took it as a sign the EU needs to develop its own strategy for the region.
Under Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany has maintained a difficult balancing act in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
German political parties are attempting to reach out to voters on social media. Will they succeed?
You don't get extra votes for originality in politics — across Germany's election manifestos, influence from elsewhere is everywhere. Here are some of the policies that have been taken from other countries.
German-Turkish journalist Mesale Tolu is accused of membership of a "terrorist organization."
Nine people are reported to have died after Nigerian air force jets fired on a village in Yobe State whilst targeting Boko Haram militants in the area.
The move is the latest escalation in a dispute sparked by the investigation of an unsolved murder.
Organizers of the annual vigil say national security police ordered them to delete their online presence. Beijing is increasingly cracking down on dissenting social media accounts in Hong Kong.
Top US gymnasts slammed the FBI for failing to act on complaints against an ex-doctor convicted of serial sex abuse.
Police in the German capital seized more than 18 kilograms of crystal meth, along with an assortment of other drugs.
Some European countries have ditched coronavirus measures such as social distancing or vaccine pass mandate, while others are confronting a surge in infection rates.
China has vaccinated over 70% of its population. Meanwhile, UNICEF urged nations to reopen schools. DW has the latest.
The Russian president is likely to self-isolate for at least another week. He cancelled all in-person events earlier this week after announcing the outbreak.
Maharashtra and Kerala continue to log relatively high COVID numbers despite vaccinations gaining pace.
Across Germany this week, the COVID-19 shot comes with special offers that aim to get the unvaccinated on board.
Thousands of people have died and tens of thousands have fled their homes in Niger's Tillaberi region, which is being ravaged by terrorist attacks. Now, the attackers are increasingly targeting children.
In the late 1990s, Pakistan saw a surge in religious extremism when the Taliban came to power in neighboring Afghanistan. Would it be any different this time around?
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A group of EU scientists say the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is larger than the continent itself . The discovery comes as the world marks the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
Vjosa Osmani, the president of Kosovo, is currently visiting Berlin. Who is the head of Europe's youngest state?
Afro-Germans often use products that can cause health problems just to get closer to a western beauty ideal. But now there are people challenging the western idea of beauty in Germany.
"What a fine sight an old working man makes," wrote Vincent van Gogh to his brother Theo about the subject of the newly discovered sketch. The previously unknown work is named "Study for 'Worn Out.'"
As global heating intensifies, the risk that we may lose our forests altogether has never been greater.
Some Afghan women refugees who fled to India a few years ago are worried about the safety of their relatives back home.
In a conversation with DW, Egyptian author Nadia Wassef speaks about her chain of bookshops in her home country.
The 74-year-old singer has postponed the Europe leg of his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" to 2023.
As chancellor, Angela Merkel has led Germany through many international crises. How successful was she? A DW documentary interviewed former heads of state, historians and journalists.
Kids and the coronavirus pandemic: How can parents help?
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