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Germany's next government is promising to end homelessness by 2030. First, however, it has to get a handle on how big the problem exactly is — something advocates already know all too well.
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The move brings Olaf Scholz one step closer to taking the reins from Angela Merkel as Germany's next chancellor. The two remaining coalition partners, the Free Democrats and Greens, have yet to approve the deal.
German police have found the bodies of five people in a home south of the capital, Berlin. The victims showed signs of gunshot and stab wounds, prompting officials to launch a homicide investigation.
The US said it has evidence of a planned Russian military offensive in Ukraine, as Moscow aims to stop its neighbor from joining NATO. US President Joe Biden and Russia's Vladimir Putin are set to meet for virtual talks.
Jailed opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova speaks with DW about the ongoing struggle against Alexander Lukashenko.
In her final podcast, the outgoing chancellor urged Germany to "take this treacherous virus seriously" and get protected. Some 69% of the population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, compared to 80% in Spain.
The head of Germany's top vaccine body has said vaccine manufacturers would likely need a few months before they could create a vaccine for the omicron variant. DW has the latest.
Countries in the Middle East are bracing for the new variant with lockdowns, travel restrictions and airport closures.
Soldiers opened fire on a truck they believed was carrying militants in India's Nagaland state, and then shot locals who came to protest the killings.
A group of 22 nations, including many EU countries, called on the Taliban to enforce the amnesty for former Afghan security personnel. Rights groups say scores of ex-soldiers have been executed since mid-August.
Warsaw hosted figureheads representing some of the most successful attempts to bring far-right politics back to Europe. The event marks an attempt to unite the far right and sway the EU.
The major US cable network has fired one of its top anchors after new revelations related to his brother. Ex-Governor Andrew Cuomo stepped down in August amid claims of sexual harassment.
A truck driver and pilot were left relatively unharmed after a plane made an emergency landing on a highway. Police estimate the cost of the incident will reach tens of thousands of euros.
Pope Francis has described the fates of migrants as a "horrendous modern Odyssey" during his visit to Athens. He was also heckled by an Orthodox priest over centuries-old religious disputes.
Barriers to entering the middle class are higher than they were 30 years ago. The new government wants to change that.
A move by the EU Commission to restrict rights at the external border with Belarus has come in for sharp criticism.
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DW's Sertan Sanderson is tired of Africa being blamed again for emerging COVID-19 variants.
To mark World Soil Day, we’re taking a look at the humble resource beneath our feet.
A controversial Robert Lewandowski penalty saw Bayern Munich take all three points in a chaotic Klassiker.
Ahead of his first Manchester United game on Sunday, DW hears all about about Ralf Rangnick from his former colleagues.
Famous for his "Rocky" and "Rambo" roles, Hollywood star Sylvester Stallone is also a prolific painter.
Japan's space agency wants to recruit people from a wide variety of backgrounds for an international moon mission.
According to a survey by "The Economist" magazine, Tel Aviv has surpassed Paris as the world's most expensive city.
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