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The number of people unable to heat their homes this winter is expected to rise, says EU Labor Commissioner Nicolas Schmit. Rising global energy prices are causing a huge spike in heating bills.
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Party delegates have voted by a large majority to join formal negotiations with the Social Democrats and the neoliberal FDP to form the next government.
Demonstrators have gathered in Warsaw to show solidarity with migrants at the Poland-Belarus border who have been turned back by Polish authorities.
Austria's new National Exhibition at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial underscores one main point: the country has dropped its victim myth.
The Saudi government has lifted social distancing measures, allowing full-capacity attendance at the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Follow DW for the latest.
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Demonstrators in the capital San Salvador rallied against what they say is increasing authoritarianism. President Nayib Bukele has stacked the highest court in his favor and made bitcoin legal tender.
Facebook has announced that it will expand in the European Union to build a new computing platform. It comes as the tech giant contends with concerns over its practices.
Peter Marki-Zay will represent six opposition parties in their bid to oust Prime Minister Viktor Orban in next year's parliamentary election.
France's ambassador to Belarus has left the country, reportedly following Minsk's order. The move comes after his meeting with a banned civil society group and a diplomatic snub to President Alexander Lukashenko.
Heavy rains have swept through towns and submerged vehicles in the southern Indian state. The National Disaster Response Force and the Indian army have been deployed to assist with rescue efforts.
The number of asylum applications in Germany has risen again this year. Along with traditional routes through Greece, Italy and Spain, Belarus has become a major migration route in the last few months.
Pakistan is setting up a new religious body as part of efforts to push for an "Islamic welfare state."
Germany's housing problem is complex, and proposed solutions can have unintended consequences.
A year after the neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn was banned, other nationalist groups are cropping up across Greece. Extremist attacks have become more frequent in the past month.
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The recent election in the Czech Republic shows that a united opposition can topple authoritarian-style governments.
A top-of-the-table clash ended up resembling an exhibition game, writes Matt Ford from Leverkusen.
After the European car industry moved production into Eastern Europe, some now believe the next logical step is Africa.
City officials want tourists to come back, while critics find it difficult to make their voices heard.
Marco Reus and Erling Haaland scored as Dortmund eased past Mainz, but Donyell Malen is yet to score in the league.
How did Uruguay go from fossil fuel dependency to green energy independence in a decade?
The Seoul confectioner who made "dalgona" sweets for the show can’t keep up with demand.
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