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At the Madrid summit, alliance leaders said they wanted to send a message to Russia, as NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said Moscow's war in Ukraine presents the "biggest challenge" in the alliance's history.
The request comes after the three countries signed a deal that clears the way for Sweden and Finland to become members of NATO.
Ukraine and Russia engaged in the largest prisoner exchange of the war. Follow DW for the latest.
Russia's Duma passed a law expanding the definition of "foreign agents," a tool used to crack down on Kremlin critics.
Russia's reported default is messy. It also shows how the Kremlin has been bracing for the fallout.
The chancellor was accused of arrogance after he snubbed a journalist who asked about security guarantees for Ukraine.
As war rages, Ukraine is defending itself with new laws banning Russian music and literature.
At their summit in Spain, NATO leaders have endorsed a new Strategic Concept for the military alliance.
Former Russian MP Ilya Ponomarev told DW's Conflict Zone that Vladimir Putin's war aims go way beyond Ukraine.
Ukraine's President addressed the UN Security Council after a Russian missile struck a shopping mall.
As NATO beefs up, G7 members pledge billions to Ukraine and poorer countries. They're big promises to see through.
At least 18 people were killed when missiles struck the building in the center of Kremenchuk.
DW's Teri Schultz reports that some of NATO's plans are raising skepticism they’re enough.
After fleeing war in their country, how are Ukrainian teens coping with their new lives in Germany?
As the outbreak grew to over 4,700 cases, the WHO warned that sustained transmission poses a danger to high-risk groups.
R&B singer R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison for leading a decades-long effort to recruit and trap teenagers and women for sex.
The pair of former German and US leaders visited a museum together, with former US President Barack Obama taking the opportunity to praise his "friend."
The bodies of 20 migrants have been discovered in the Libyan desert. In a separate incident, a rubber dinghy sank in the Mediterranean with at least 30 people on board.
Prosecutors have dropped their probe into a man who commissioned a recording of the ex-vice chancellor offering bribes.
Facebook is removing information about abortion pills in the United States — from the view of users and even employees.
The news of a minor decline in German inflation came as a surprise to both analysts and consumers.
Hanoi's commitment to climate action is in the spotlight after an environmental activist was jailed this month.
Wednesday marks one year since a deadly clampdown on pro-democracy activists in the tiny Southern African nation.
A priest, a cop and 10 others were found guilty of murdering and mutilating a 22-year-old for the pigment of his skin.
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NATO’s ambitions are growing. Sweden and Finland are set to join and the alliance is strengthening its eastern flank.
How much nature should we sacrifice in the name of renewable energy?
Despite having vast arable land and nutritious indigenous crops, Africa still imports most of its grain.
Our decisions about which food products to buy are often tied to the way we live. So are we even capable of change?
It takes a thick skin and real determination to become a top-level referee — and that's even more true for women.
Euro 2022 kicks off in England on July 6, with the hosts having sold plenty of tickets under the weight of expectation.
The European Commission wants to crack down on the use of novel tobacco products as part of a plan to fight cancer.
Travelers hadn't planned for cancellations and lines when departing for long-awaited trips postponed by the pandemic.
Germany and Nigeria have agreed to transfer looted colonial artifacts, with over 1,000 Benin Bronzes to be repatriated.
With half of states to ban abortion, pregnant people can still terminate. It'll be expensive, and you must be careful.
With the US ending constitutional rights to abortion, people are concerned about apps that track menstruation cycles.
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