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Russia will annex four more regions of Ukraine in a ceremony set for Friday, the Kremlin has said. DW has the latest.
There is a stark contrast between perception and reality when it comes to the strength of Vladimir Putin's army.
Is there any evidence that Russia is behind the leaks detected in the pipelines?
The internet may be awash with conspiracy theories, but Moscow is the only one to benefit, DW's Miodrag Soric writes.
Russians try to evade military call-up after Putin's order for partial mobilization.
After Russia declared a partial military mobilization, protests erupted and thousands have tried to flee.
The plan includes a cap on natural gas and electricity prices and will also scrap a proposed gas tax on consumers.
Felicien Kabuga now faces trial before a tribunal responsible for Rwandan war crimes that was set up by the UN.
Internationally acclaimed author Tsitsi Dangarembga was arrested in 2020 for protesting corruption in Zimbabwe.
Participants threw rocks at police and attempted to enter the embassy in protest to the death of Masha Amini.
The decision would defy a ban that was imposed since 2018 because of Saudi Arabia's involvement in the war in Yemen.
The decision by President Daniel Ortega's government to expel Bettina Muscheidt from Nicaragua has come after the European Union urged him to "restore democracy."
Germany's inflation rate increased to a record 10% in September. The news comes after economic institutes predicted that the economy will shrink next year.
Germany's ruling coalition has come up with a plan to reduce the impact of rising energy costs on consumers. The measures include a cap on gas prices, which have soared during fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
A nationwide strike over pay and pensions has reduced energy output and disrupted schools and transport in France.
Malta will take on the European Union for its scheme to give EU passports in exchange for investments.
The 2021 Peace Prize of the German Book Trade winner was among scores arrested during anti-government protests in 2020.
Abortion rights are now granted to unmarried women and survivors of spousal rape in India, on par with married women.
The Ukrainian leader of a of pro-Taiwan caucus in Kyiv has said China is "proving to be a friend of our enemy."
High debt and inflation, weak growth and an aging population will weigh on Italy's promised "national reawakening."
Retired US General David Petraeus tells DW that Ukraine should become a NATO member after the war.
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Fartuun Adan and her daughter Ilwad Elman Dickens Kamugisha are among the 2022 Right Livelihood Award winners.
The key to ancient Egypt: 200 years ago, an archaeological thriller finally led to solving the riddle of hieroglyphs.
A report by Global Witness says 200 environmental activists were killed globally in 2021.
Following the attack on writer Salman Rushdie, DW looks at how "The Satanic Verses" was finally published in German.
Finally, the Oktoberfest is back! Do you know your dirndl from your lederhosen? Have a go at these five questions.
Patient advocates and researchers in the US warn that public health and the economy are still at risk.
Sportswear maker Hummel has "toned down" the Danish team's jersey for the World Cup, introducing a black kit in protest.
A new drug for Alzheimer's really may be 'historic,' and some stunning data on what COVID does to people's brains.
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