The nationalist SNP will fall short of a majority but a strong showing by the Greens may set the stage for a second independence referendum. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has long vowed to block any such attempt.
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Heads of the bloc's 27 member states hope to reduce social and economic inequalities that have widened during the coronavirus pandemic.
Four Palestinian families are facing eviction by Jewish settler organizations in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheik Jarrah. The impending expulsion has sparked protests and renewed clashes in Israel.
Tensions have been mounting over the possible eviction of Palestinians from the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Shaikh Jarrah. The Midde East Quartet has expressed their "deep concern" about the latest clashes.
Most in the bloc appear exasperated with US President Joe Biden's proposal, saying it won't help.
The EU has cemented its support for the German-US vaccine technology by placing a massive order.
Afghan security officials have not said what caused the blast near a school in the western section of the capital. Reports are conflicting as to what occurred and no group has yet claimed responsibility.
A ninth consecutive Bundesliga title, Julian Nagelsmann on board for next season and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge on UEFA's executive committee. It's not been a bad month for Bayern Munich, but the club are entering a new era.
Cologne aims to vaccinate everyone in districts where infection rates are highest. But does the project have a future?
For the first time, India has recorded over 4,000 coronavirus-related deaths in a day. Three southern states have declared fresh lockdowns due to a surge in cases. Follow DW for the latest.
Hospitals in the Himalayan nation are overflowing with coronavirus patients and there aren't enough beds, essential medicines and health equipment.
The junta has accused a group of ousted lawmakers of carrying out killings. Meanwhile, over 8,000 teachers have been suspended for refusing to work under the military government.
Members of the environmentalist Greens party have overwhelmingly voted to remove Boris Palmer from their ranks. The mayor had used a racial slur against soccer player Dennis Aogo.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Germany will have an "everlasting responsibility" to remember those killed during World War II. Saturday marks the 76th anniversary of the end of the conflict in Europe.
The three clubs say they have received "unacceptable" threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month.
The raid comes amid deep divisions within the unity government over the presence of foreign troops and mercenaries in the conflict-stricken country.
Prince Misuzulu — whose name means "strengthening the Zulus" — will take over as the next Zulu king, according to the will of his mother and regent queen. The announcement led to chaos at the royal palace.
Pakistan's business community has expressed concern over a possible revocation of the EU's preferential trade status.
There is little doubt incumbent UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres will be reelected for a second term in office. But, the civil society initiative "Forward" is fielding another candidate.
Rabat appears to have three main issues with Germany, but the most pressing appears to be control of the Western Sahara. Berlin is hoping for a quick resumption of bilateral relations, in the interests of both countries.
US President Joe Biden's push to waive COVID-19 vaccine patents contributes nothing to solving the real problem.
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With a big Chinese rocket set to plunge back to Earth this weekend, people around the world will be watching the skies.
Under the Nazis, Terezin was a Jewish ghetto. Today, there is much to be done to keep the memory of the town alive.
The oldest of the nine Neanderthal remains is thought to be between 90,000 and 100,000 years old.
A Bavarian hotel owner promises carbon-neutral stays. But how does this work?
Studies have shown that there are a few "tricks" to get people to immunize — even if they've already decided not to.
With another COVID-19 spike now behind it, life is starting to appear normal in South Africa.
A new COVID-19 test is easier to handle, and South African lions will soon be free.
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