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Washington's top diplomat, in Germany as part of a whistlestop tour of Europe, warned that Russia risked reviving Cold War-era divisions in Europe as it threatens Ukraine.
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Ukrainians from all walks of life are preparing for the worst, ready to step in at a moment's notice.
Four current and former Ukrainian officials have been accused of being "pawns" of the Russian secret service. The US Treasury has slapped sanctions on them amid tensions with Moscow.
With the Catholic Church in Germany, and around the world, facing charges of protecting abusive priests, former Pope Benedict XVI failed to take action against clerics accused of abuse, a Munich Church report has said.
Austria's vaccine mandate for adults passed easily with only far-right politicians protesting. Meanwhile, Germany reported another record high in daily infection rates. DW has the latest.
Authorities in Karachi have kick-started a campaign to erase the gap in the rates of inoculation between men and women.
The government says the Turkovac jab will help keep people safe as omicron infections soar. Doctors have their doubts.
Ambassadors of Israel and Germany say denying the Holocaust threatens peaceful coexistence worldwide. Their appeal comes 80 years after the Wannsee Conference, where Nazis discussed the extermination of Europe's Jews.
A court in France ruled the US tech giant must show exactly how it combats online attacks. Anti-discrimination groups say the social media company drags its feet on removing discriminatory content.
Western nations are rushing to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal amid reports that Tehran is boosting its uranium enrichment.
A 19-year-old has become the youngest woman to complete a round-the-world journey by plane on her own. She completed the trip in five months despite several obstacles.
Washington has pressured Sudan to end violence against anti-coup protesters and restore a civilian-led government. Demonstrators, judges and prosecutors have condemned a crackdown on protesters.
The military junta in Mali has refused to let a German military transport plane fly over its territory. Germany, which has soldiers based in Mali, is now seeking an explanation.
The Israeli government has announced a deal to buy 3 submarines from German giant Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems.
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The EU has adopted stricter rules for live animal transports after a shocking investigation into the industry.
In Mexico, the year has begun with two murders of journalists in just two weeks.
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For the sportspeople who opposed the regime in Belarus, life looks very different. DW spoke to some athletes in exile.
For the first time since 1996, Sierra Leone are back competing in an African Cup of Nations.
Union Berlin beat Hertha to offer further proof of their capital city supremacy, writes DW's Tom Gennoy in Berlin.
Germany is planning to impose mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations. Thousands have protested to show their disapproval.
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