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Rich nations must stop being greedy with vaccines if they want the pandemic to end, WHO chief scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan told DW. Sharing vaccines, tools, and treatments is the only way to stop new variants.
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Police in Germany have stopped dozens of armed, far-right vigilantes patrolling to stop migrants from entering Germany via the Polish border. Germany has sent hundreds of police officers to the border with Poland.
Protesters on Poland's border with Belarus are demanding the government allow aid workers help stranded migrants.
With three-way coalition talks for Germany's next government underway, the role of finance minister is in high demand. Christian Lindner of the FDP and the Greens' Robert Habeck both want the job. How important is it?
A US envoy said North Korea's recent weapon tests were "concerning and counterproductive." Last week, the isolated nation carried out tests of a new type of ballistic missile launched from submarines.
After fleeing the brutal North Korean dictatorship, defectors face tough challenges adjusting to their new home.
The envoys, including Germany's, are now one step from expulsion after calling for the release of activist Osman Kavala.
The Turkish president's move to expel 10 ambassadors is another attempt to distract from problems at home.
The Romanian government has announced strict new anti-COVID rules as it attempts to fight a surge in cases and deaths.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Germany has risen sharply in the past week, hitting 100 cases per 100,000 people.
How does the situation this week compare with previous weeks? Where are COVID numbers rising and where are they falling?
The 18-year-old who goes by the name of Floriani M. was an unused substitute in his side's 4-1 loss at Hellas Verona.
The hard-line TLP party has agreed to suspend a three-day-long march after the government agreed to drop charges against its leader and consider expelling the French ambassador over caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.
Israel is planning to build more than 1,300 more homes in the occupied West Bank. The number adds to some 2,000 approved in August and increases fears for an already elusive peace process.
An investigation suggests that Facebook has selectively chosen what hate speech it wants to shut down in India. Whistleblower Frances Haugen's disclosures come as she is set to appear before British lawmakers.
The new regulation gives expanded powers to the Chinese army to patrol or shut the country's 14 land borders. Beijing cited worries about the pandemic and security as a reason for the law.
Mahamat Said, a former leader of a militia group in the Central African Republic, faces 14 charges at the International Criminal Court of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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The 2021 Peace Prize of the German Book Trade has been awarded to Tsitsi Dangaremgba from Zimbabwe.
The president said the US would have to defend Taiwan if China attacks, contradicting its stated policy on the island.
Professionals in the prop industry say strict rules may not have been followed by the crew filming "Rust."
A Portuguese tax on sugar has led to a new group of organized criminals smuggling soda over the border from Spain.
In the country's IT hub, a group is helping hard-to-reach families by empowering women to help themselves.
After Bayern Munich's win over Hoffenheim, midfielder Joshua Kimmich has defended his decision not to get vaccinated.
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