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Extremists use the messaging service to stoke hate and violence. The German government plans to get tough on Telegram — but, even if Berlin gets the firm to cooperate, this alone will not solve the problem, experts warn.
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The minutes of the Wannsee Conference are seen as evidence of Holocaust plans. It remains chilling to this day.
Germany has declined to join allies such as the US and UK in shipping weapons to Ukraine.
Top US diplomat Antony Blinken has stressed unity with Ukraine and accused Russia of sowing division. The US is using the trip to send a signal of solidarity with Kyiv ahead of talks with Russia later this week.
The World Health Organization said bans on international travel have proved ineffective. Meanwhile, the English will lower their masks. Follow DW for the latest coronavirus news.
Health officials are concerned that the sheer number of new infections will overwhelm the dilapidated health system.
It’s too soon to understand the effectiveness of a fourth vaccine dose, according to the EU's top drug regulator.
US President Joe Biden said that he did not promise too much with his agenda, but did underestimate Republican opposition. He was speaking to mark one year since his inauguration.
The Berlin prosecutor's office is investigating COVID bonuses to Green Party leadership. The breach-of-trust probe targets current Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock and Economy Minister Robert Habeck, among others.
President Emmanuel Macron has outlined priorities for France's presidency of the European Union. Speaking to EU lawmakers, he said the bloc must construct a new security framework amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine.
Neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik is seeking parole after serving half of a 21-year sentence for a terrorist attack that killed 77 people in 2011. A psychiatrist has said he is still dangerous and "you cannot trust him."
The European Commission is punishing Poland after Warsaw ignored a court order to pay a daily fine over the Turow coal mine near the Czech border.
In a major operation to push back against gangs, about 1,200 Brazilian military police were deployed to a neighborhood as part of a project to "change the lives of the people."
New York State's attorney accused Trump's real estate business of seeking to obtain economic benefits with lenders and tax authorities, by manipulating the value of his properties.
Germany's former chancellor thanked UN chief Antonio Guterres "and let him know that she would not be taking up the offer." She was reportedly offered the opportunity to chair a high-level advisory body.
Syrian doctor Alaa M. is standing trial in Frankfurt, accused of having been part of the Syrian torture system.
Is it time for the international community to engage with the Taliban to prevent the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan?
Last week, Romanian far-right extremists stormed a major city hall. The problem is not going to go away anytime soon.
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New lockdown measures in the Netherlands allow "contact professions" to open, while cultural venues remain closed.
With inflation at a 30-year high, it's the country's neediest who will be hit the hardest.
How did a Ghanaian fisherman's son from Accra become one of the world's most sought-after contemporary artists?
Despite COVID, the festival will have live screenings, but crowds won't get to meet Charlotte Gainsbourg or other stars.
The war between the Houthis and the Saudi-led coalition has pushed the country to the brink of famine.
43-year-old Maltese conservative Roberta Metsola, new President of the EU Parliament, spoke with DW about her agenda.
You could count the number of Chinese star athletes who have dared to come out on one hand — for good reason.
Twenty-four girls from the Minawao camp enjoyed the adventure of a lifetime watching Nigeria at the AFCON.
Ninety-eight-year-old Lily Ebert never thought she would escape Auschwitz, marry and have 35 great-grandchildren.
A new law in Spain considers pets to be "living beings with their own sensibility."
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