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The EU's chief COP26 negotiator Frans Timmermans spoke to DW ahead of climate talks in Glasgow. He called for all world leaders to be present, more ambitious climate policies and complete financing for poorer nations.
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The UN's latest Emissions Gap Report shows that the world is on track for a temperature rise of 2.7 degrees Celsius this century. Ahead of next week's COP26 climate summit, it said nations must act urgently.
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has returned home after being detained by General Abdel-Fattah Burhan. Meanwhile, Germany has expressed its support for the civilian government.
Unrest has erupted in the streets of Khartoum after Sudan's military staged a coup and arrested the prime minister.
Washington has appealed a ruling that kept WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from being sent to the US, where he faces espionage charges and potentially a lifetime in prison.
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told DW in an interview that legal action against the tech giant could be endless, but regulation now could limit its damage.
Turkey's president has adopted a more moderate tone in the recent diplomatic spat with Western ambassadors.
The US is on the way to becoming one of the first countries to authorize vaccines for pre-teens. Australia has said it will lift a ban on travel for vaccinated citizens. Follow DW for the latest.
Politicians in Brazil have voted to back a report recommending criminal charges be leveled against right-wing populist President Jair Bolsonaro over his response to the COVID pandemic.
Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso is under fire for increasing the price of gas even as unions and other groups have called for lower rates and an exemption for sectors hit hard by the COVID pandemic.
The Biden administration has said it "opposes" the advancement of Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The move is a shift from the open support of settlements from ex-President Trump.
Russia and Germany are keen for full regulatory approval of the natural gas pipeline as European faces an energy crunch. Critics say the pipeline increases the EU's dependency on Russian gas.
The Polish military has announced plans to more than double its troop numbers, as the country faces security and migration challenges on its eastern border.
Czech President Milos Zeman was hospitalized weeks ago, yet refuses to step down. Now, parliament is considering his — temporary — removal from office.
The initial euphoria in Iran over the US withdrawal from its neighboring country has faded, and the mood is changing.
Afraid of terror and violence, more and more people are leaving their villages. Many are fighting for survival.
The Free Democrats is the smallest of three parties trying to form Germany's new government. But its chairman, Christian Lindner, is proving to be especially ambitious. DW takes a look at the man at the helm.
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The player had faced jail for breaking a restraining order imposed in a domestic violence case.
Voss-Tecklenburg's side were ruthless against Israel as they extended their perfect World Cup qualifying campaign.
The economic impact of the pandemic has some locals questioning Spain's dependence on tourism revenue.
When the big chief dies in Brazil's Xingu region, the Indigenous people gather for a unique ritual.
Israel has designated six Palestinian civil society organizations as terrorists — but calls for evidence are growing.
Reprising their hit podcast, Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen journey into the American soul in a new book.
Growing up in a small Indian village, Ashwini's parents wanted her to marry young. But she wanted a different life.
As millions come together for religious festivals, health experts fear gatherings could turn into superspreader events.
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