The UN humanitarian chief has said that sexual violence and starvation were being used as weapons of war in Ethiopia's Tigray. He urged Eritrea to make good on its pledge and recall its troops.
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Germany's constitutional court has decided that the Berlin rent cap violates Germany's constitution. The cap was one of the most-debated laws in the country.
A decision by Germany's constitutional court has sparked fears among renters that they could now be hit with sudden rent increases.
Strong foreign trade has helped the world's second-largest economy recover from the coronavirus crisis since lockdown measures were eased.
Media tycoon Jimmy Lai is among those set to be sentenced for their role in a pro-democracy march in 2019. The defendants were found guilty this month of organizing and participating in unauthorized assemblies.
Junta forces have arrested 25-year-old opposition activist Wai Moe Naing after reportedly hitting him with a car, drawing a swift response from his supporters and the US government.
Japan and the US have shared concerns about China's aggressive expansionist policies in the Indo-Pacific region. This will be Biden's first in-persopn meeting with a foreign leader since becoming president.
Germany's company doctors could help accelerate the rollout of vaccinations. But they're waiting on politicians.
Reporting on unconfirmed vaccine side effects could impact public faith in inoculation, Australian officials warn. DW has the latest.
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Russia's COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, has been approved for use in dozens of countries, and it's also under review by the European Medicines Agency. But the vaccine remains controversial.
The US has announced sanctions against Russian entities and expelled 10 Russian diplomats in response to a hacking attack and election interference.
State secretary at the German Defense Ministry Thomas Silberhorn told DW that NATO has done a "brilliant job" in preparing Afghan forces to secure the country by themselves.
With the corruption convictions thrown out on a legal technicality, the former president could take on current leader Bolsonaro in elections next year.
France toughened its age of consent law as the country's parliament approved a legislation that characterizes sex with children under the age of 15 as rape. The legislation was passed unanimously.
Chicago police have released video footage of an officer shooting a 13-year-old Latino boy last month. Mayor Lori Lightfoot has called for peace in the city after the video's release.
The United States and European Union say Somalia risks facing sanctions if it fails to resume talks to end its deadlock over elections. But President Mohamed has extended his mandate despite the international criticism.
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