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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.
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Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has returned home after being detained by General Abdel-Fattah Burhan. Germany has expressed its support for the civilian government.
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.
After taking down a darknet market in January, investigators have now detained 150 "high value" targets. Dozens of those arrested were based in Germany.
Turkey's president has adopted a more moderate tone in the recent diplomatic spat with Western ambassadors.
The Bundestag's 20th legislative period has begun with the largest and most diverse German parliament in history.
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.
The African Union has secured more than 100 million vaccine doses with partial help from the United States. Meanwhile, China will begin vaccinating children as young as 3 years old. Follow DW for more.
US authorities are to rule on approval for the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11 years this month.
Politicians in Brazil are due to vote on a report recommending criminal charges be leveled against right-wing populist President Jair Bolsonaro over his response to the COVID pandemic.
Marine Le Pen heavily criticized the European Union during her visit with the Hungarian prime minister in Budapest. Viktor Orban praised Le Pen and said she would help renew the European right.
A widespread cyberattack has hit gas stations and billboards across Iran, halting some fuel sales. Billboards have been altered to anti-regime messages challenging Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) leaders have met without Myanmar present. The bloc asked Myanmar to send a civilian, not the military junta leader, and the junta refused.
Several students are being investigated for celebrating Pakistan's victory over India at the T20 World Cup. An anti-terror law was amended in 2019 so that a person can be held for six months without any evidence.
Afraid of terror and violence, more and more people are leaving their villages. Many are fighting for survival.
Israel has designated six Palestinian civil society organizations as terrorists — but calls for evidence are growing.
Members of the neo-Nazi party made international headlines trying to turn themselves into an anti-migrant border patrol.
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Voss-Tecklenburg's side were ruthless against Israel as they extended their perfect World Cup qualifying campaign.
Despite opposition from conservatives and scandal, Princess Mako has married commoner Kei Komuro in a subdued ceremony.
Reprising their hit podcast, Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen journey into the American soul in a new book.
The economic impact of the pandemic has some locals questioning Spain's dependence on tourism revenue.
Countries are set to make further vows to radically cut emissions. But without financial support they won't be much use.
Growing up in a small Indian village, Ashwini's parents wanted her to marry young. But she wanted a different life.
When the big chief dies in Brazil's Xingu region, the Indigenous people gather for a unique ritual.
As millions come together for religious festivals, health experts fear gatherings could turn into superspreader events.
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