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Angela Merkel's 16 years as German chancellor are ending. Foreign correspondents look back.
These three candidates are vying to succeed Angela Merkel in a parliamentary election that is projected to be close.
Change has been the buzzword of the German election campaign. Though that may sound good on paper, DW's Rob Mudge says much of it is merely paying lip service — especially in the case of the Christian Democrats.
An accomplished athlete and international lawyer: the top Green has struggled to fend off a barrage of attacks.
After several gaffes, Armin Laschet's campaign is coming to a close.
Sabine Kinkartz hit the road with SPD chancellor candidate Olaf Scholz, who has a good chance to succeed Angela Merkel.
Germany's electoral system is complicated — really complicated. But there are good reasons for that.
DW takes a look at Germany's colorful shorthand for how various coalitions governments could shape up.
Germany's first female chancellor has not been able to enact gender parity or equity in many realms. Why not?
Swiss same-sex couples have won the right to marry after voters overwhelmingly backed its legalization in a referendum. The vote was brought about by conservative politicians opposed to LGBTQ+ marriages.
Four Palestinian gunmen were killed in an arrest operation targeting a Hamas cell in West Bank, Israel's military said. Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said the Hamas operatives were planning an imminent attack on Israel.
Officials said at least three people were killed and several more injured in the state of Montana as seven cars of Seattle-bound train went off the rails.
Iceland has become the first European country where women make up more than half of all lawmakers. The ruling coalition has also secured enough votes to stay in power.
It's the first time since March 2020 that partygoers will be able to dance inside the world-famous techno club. They'll have to be vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 to get past the club's famously strict door policy.
The Taliban wish to address the UN General Assembly. But will other nations recognize, let alone engage with them?
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Artist Aziz Asmar has painted a farewell portrait to the German chancellor on a wall brought down by the Assad regime.
In September 2016, Colombia signed a peace deal with FARC guerrillas. But the rebellion hasn't completely died down.
Shyam Sunder Jyani isn't just planting trees — he's nurturing a caring relationship between people and nature.
Proposals from FIFA to play the World Cup every two years are motivated by the wrong things, but sadly predictable.
Ronnie Brunswijk, 60, picked himself for the team he owns, then was seen seemingly distributing cash to the other side.
After Washington said it will share highly sensitive defense tech with Australia, all eyes are on the Indo-Pacific.
Suicides among students who have taken the NEET medical entrance exam have alarmed authorities in Tamil Nadu.
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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