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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called for major humanitarian aid in his nightly video, a day before world leaders are set to gather to discuss measures to rebuild the war-torn country. DW has the latest.
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Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine has prompted thousands of people to leave Russia. Istanbul is a popular haven.
Russia could be planning to stop gas deliveries to Germany, and consumers must be prepared, a top energy official says. That preparation should start now, he warned.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan explains why he did not condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The renowned Al Jazeera journalist was fatally shot in May while covering an Israeli military operation in Jenin. Palestinian officials have now handed over the bullet to US forensic experts.
Singapore is feeling the consequences of the pandemic and the Ukraine war.
With the NATO summit in Madrid underway, DW spoke with Christoph Heusgen, Chairman of the Munich Security Conference.
At their summit in Spain, NATO leaders have endorsed a new Strategic Concept for the military alliance.
In a video podcast, Chancellor Olaf Scholz admitted that rising prices were a major cause of concern. Ministers, trade unions, the Bundesbank and academics will convene next week as calls mount for generous pay hikes.
Across Africa, many are excited about Germany’s decision to return more than 1,000 Benin Bronzes to Nigeria. But there are calls for monetary compensation, too.
Airports in Germany face dire staff shortages. That's why many are thinking about hiring experienced airport personnel from Turkey. Turkish media have welcomed the plan.
The Czech Republic has taken over the rotating presidency of the European council. It has vowed to focus largely on aid to Ukraine and the war's repercussions.
Thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate after warnings of floods and landslides amid heavy torrential rain.
People in Karakalpakstan were outraged by an attempt to strip out language in the constitution guaranteeing the region's sovereignty.
The resignation comes at a time when the nation’s economy is staring at multiple challenges, from soaring inflation to critical shortages of items like diesel and fertilizers.
The UK capital celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first Pride parade, marking half a century of progress in the fight for LGBTQ equal rights.
Airlines hoping to cash in on renewed demand are facing labor agitation after firing swathes of workers during the pandemic.
Griner was formally told at this first hearing that she was charged with intentionally importing narcotics into Russia.
Maastricht University has doubled its money thanks to a ransomware attack three years ago.
Many Bangladeshis who come to Cyprus hoping to find work end up in refugee camps in the EU country.
The perpetrators are babysitters, neighbors, teachers, or fathers. International leaders have pledged to put an end to sexual abuse of children — a global phenomenon with Europe as a hotspot.
Recent high-profile cases of women being killed in Jordan and Egypt for rejecting marriage proposals have sparked widespread anger about femicides and fueled a growing debate about women's rights and safety.
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Under Bolsonaro, threats to the Amazon have escalated. The Karipuna are fighting back in the Brazilian courts.
The rich Alpine nation formally joined many other western European countries in allowing same-sex marriage. Better late than never, some say.
Unconscious prejudices are likely to blame.
A Portuguese cooperative is pushing the country's energy transition by building small solar power plants.
Seoul has announced significant financial support for South Korea's aerospace sector after a successful rocket launch.
As the price for oil and gas explodes in Europe, heat pumps could be a meaningful alternative.
Trees are crucial in the fight against climate change. But planting trees can sometimes do more harm than good.
People who don't plan on staying overnight in the old lagoon city will have to pay a fee starting in January.
The Tour de France starts in bike-friendly Copenhagen on July 1. It's not the only European city perfect for cycling.
Experts said that the delegates did little to make real progress in terms of protecting the world's crucial oceans.
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