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As Germany stands on the brink of an election and the end of the Angela Merkel era, a stormy UN General Assembly raised fresh questions about its place in the world — and the depth of the challenges ahead.
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The German president said the world could rely on Germany, whatever happens in the country's upcoming general election.
Thousands of protesters, including Greta Thunberg, marched in Germany as voters prepare to head to the polls.
The European Union has warned the Kremlin that it could "consider taking further steps" over Moscow's complicity in recent cyberattacks targeting the bloc's members.
The property company's financial plight comes as the Communist Party cracks down on business and tightens its control of the economy. Evergrande's fate and that of its founder, hang in the balance.
Despite Taliban vows to respect women's rights, higher education for girls still faces many challenges.
With politicians failing to take climate action, activists from South America to Europe are taking polluters to court.
A Polish teen has made Fridays for Future into a force that has the attention of those in power.
As Germany prepares to elect a new government, leaders across the European Union are watching intently.
Fake election posters, made-up quotes: DW has fact-checked some fake news about Germany's upcoming federal election.
Outgoing German Chancellor Angela Merkel had her hands full as she made a flying visit to a bird park.
The WHO approved a cocktail of monoclonal antibodies that imitate natural antibodies. The treatment first gained international attention when it was used to treat then-US President Donald Trump. Follow DW for the latest.
The CDC's limited approval comes weeks after US President Joe Biden's administration announced a sweeping plan that would allow nearly all American adults to get a third shot.
The COVID situation in countries around the world varies widely because of unequal vaccine distribution.
In its first report on the Syrian war death toll since 2014, the UN said at least 350,209 people have died in the decade-long conflict. But admitted the real toll is likely to be much higher.
The US president has said the use of horses to confront Haitian refugees at the border with Mexico has been "outrageous" and has warned there will be consequences.
Poland has so far refused to allow journalists, human rights observers, or EU border guards near its frontier with Belarus. Authorities in neither country have confirmed how four of the five perished.
However, the Catalan independence leader must remain in Sardinia pending a decision on an extradition request from Spain. He was arrested after almost four years as a fugitive.
The pope has said Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki should remain as Cologne’s archbishop, but accused him of big mistakes. The senior cleric was accused of protecting priests suspected of sexual abuse.
In what police believe to be a gangland shooting, two men dressed as lawyers entered a court in Dehli armed with guns and killed a suspect standing trial. The assailants were shot dead on site.
Hezbollah has imported fuel from Iran to supply Lebanon, while the US wants to power Lebanon with Egyptian gas and Jordanian electricity. The energy race between the geopolitical rivals has implications for the region.
Turkey's Directorate of Religious Affairs is rapidly becoming more visible, rich and powerful.
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A property expropriation referendum could pass in Berlin. But various political and legal hurdles lie ahead.
Since rare protests in July, little has been heard from Cubans who took to the streets. Exiles are worried.
The designer brand has shunned fur as unethical, joining a growing list of fashion companies worldwide to take the step.
Nirvana made music history in 1991 with "Nevermind," turning into mainstream rockers overnight.
Cameroonians see land ownership as the best form of security, but acquiring a property is tough.
"I Am Samuel" — a film depicting romantic love between men — is being called an affront to the country's constitution.
Women who have experienced sexual violence are more prone to dementia and stroke, a US study has found.
Tonle Sap lake nourishes tens of millions of people. But climate change and dam construction could change that.
The global food system is being hijacked by multinationals, says farmer Paula Gioia.
Digital movements like #MeToo and #MuteRKelly have raised awareness for justice, but there is a flipside.
At first, nobody had any clue what happened to 65 penguins found dead in Cape Town. And then they found the bee stings.
Indonesia has Southeast Asia's highest infection and death rates, with thousands of minors orphaned by the pandemic.
Every four years, Germany elects a new government. This time around, we have a special surprise just for you.
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