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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has declared a second national state of emergency, imposing a curfew and allowing closure of internal borders.
The former president was speaking at a rally in support of Democratic candidate Joe Biden. He took incumbent President Donald Trump to task over his handling of the pandemic, white supremacy and lying. Trump hit back.
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Bottles and incendiary devices were thrown at the facade of a building belonging to the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. The government agency has been at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19 in Germany.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Germans to stay at home and reduce all unnecessary contact and travel after the number of infections hit a new record high. The country's death toll also passed 10,000 on Saturday.
Demonstrators chanted "Prayuth Out" after the prime minister ignored a deadline set for his resignation. Parliament is also set to hold a special session to address the months of protests on Monday.
The pope has made a surprise announcement while addressing the faithful at the Vatican, announcing a group of new cardinals who could help ensure Francis' eventual successor will continue his legacy.
The move to extend gas exploration in the disputed eastern area is expected to heighten tensions with Greece. The row over the gas-rich region has stoked fears that the NATO members could engage in a military conflict.
The death of the chairman comes at a time when his son, the de facto leader of the Samsung Group, is grappling with legal issues. A potential restructuring could also be on the horizon over Lee's stakes in key companies.
German publishers are starting to feel the long arm of Chinese censorship, as DW has learned.
A Cold War bunker in a small German town housed darknet internet servers that facilitated illegal online activity. The group allegedly operating the servers are on trial — but are they responsible for 250,000 crimes?
Sudan has normalized ties with Israel and been removed from the US list of terror sponsors. The diplomatic thaw resulted from financial incentives and pressure from Washington, said Middle East expert Kristian Brakel.
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