An official list of detainees shows how Beijing is tracking every face, every family and every movement of Muslim minority Uighurs in Xinjiang. People have been arrested for growing beards and having "too many" children.
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has been accused of racism and Islamophobia after saying he supports the profiling of "single Muslim males" at airports. He said he believes terrorists are "generally Muslims."
Olaf Scholz, along with other EU finance ministers, has called on G20 members to act 'quickly' to stop tax avoidance and to launch a levy on digital giants. Ministers warned of a 'fragmentation of the global tax system.'
The quarreling between thrifty contributors and demanding recipients is not just about money, but something deeper. No resolution is in sight for the time being, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
An elderly man from Padua and a woman from Lombardy have died from coronavirus. Officials in northern Italy have ordered schools, public buildings, and restaurants to close after a cluster of new infections emerged.
Among anti-Semitic books available on the site is one written by a Nazi convicted of crimes against humanity. The museum called it 'hateful, virulently anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda.'
Following protests in 2017 and 2018 against President Faure Gnassingbe's rule, Togolese voters are heading to the polls. Last year, Gnassingbe reformed the West African country's constitution so he could lead until 2030.
German police say they are expecting attacks by far-left groups and cannot rule out a violent reaction from the radical Islamist scene. Politicians are also calling for gun ownership rules to be tightened.
On the eve of the Nevada Democratic caucuses, US Senator Bernie Sanders denounced Russia for reportedly trying to help his 2020 presidential bid. Officials had briefed Sanders a month ago about evidence of interference.
The billionaire Democratic primary candidate is willing to release three women from NDAs related to suits against him. Bloomberg was criticized for his company's policy of silencing harassment allegations.
Four parties have agreed to fresh election dates in the German state of Thuringia. The state drew major controversy after a state premier was elected with the help of the far-right AfD party.
The Swedish activist has returned to the German city almost exactly a year since her first visit. She told the audience she failed to understand how politicians could still "behave as though everything were fine."
Houthis have said "they had hit their objectives with high precision" but Saudi Arabia has countered the claim. Last September, similar attacks on oil facilities set them ablaze and caused oil prices to spike.
An EU summit has ended with no clear answer on the bloc's long-term budget. The main sticking point appears to be that some wealthier member states want rein in spending, whereas others want to loosen the purse strings.
Two deadly shootings took place at hookah bars in the western German city of Hanau. This is what we know so far about the attacks.
Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane fails to show up in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife+++Rwanda-Uganda border dispute: The human cost+++Rival South Sudanese leaders move closer to ending six years of conflict
Arch rivals strike a deal to form a unity government in South Sudan. Will this pave the way for peace in the war-ravaged country? Lesotho's Prime Minister fails to turn up in court to face charges in the murder of his estranged wife. And meet the Rwandan saxophone sensation breaking the mold.
Now that racism has become mainstream in Germany, it should come as no surprise that far-right actors 'took the bait' in Hanau and elsewhere, says Sheila Mysorekar. Actively combating racism is the only way forward.
77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. Those 77 percent can shape the continent’s future.
Coronavirus cases spike in South Korea. We look at this latest front in the global outbreak. A Thai court dissolves the Future Forward Party and bans its leaders from politics. What's the fallout for the pro-democracy movement? And India is set to roll out the pomp and pageantry for US president Donald Trump.
Leela Bai, a community midwife, is helping pregnant women and creating awareness about family planning in remote areas.
List leaked to DW and media partners NDR, WDR and Süddeutsche Zeitung shows how China interns Uighurs.
In Pakistan, where idol worship is looked down upon by many, Mal's work promotes cultural plurality.
Senior Saudi official Adel al-Jubeir says Riyadh is paying 'a great price' over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Every day for 25 years, a repairman in the southeastern Indian city of Chennai has fed thousands of birds from his balcony.
An erratic power supply is a huge challenge for healthcare centers in rural Pakistan. Could solar power be the remedy?
The Horn of Africa is heavily affected by locust infestation, which threatens food security.
Peter was separated from his family when he was ten. After two years in a militia, he saw a chance to escape.
The craft of making idols is disappearing in many parts of India, threatening the livelihoods of many nomadic tribes.
Oumilkheir Hamidou has become a household name in East Africa and a role model for women journalists.
Africa's most successful radio drama series continues in season 5. Prepare yourself for thrilling new episodes dealing with critical issues such as hate speech, cholera prevention and sustainable charcoal production.
Parepare has little in the way of public services to deal with the problem. It sounds like a job for Spiderman.
Africa's most successful radio drama series continues in season 5.
The film highlights the determination of Afghan girls to overcome obstacles and realize their dreams.
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German and Bangladeshi farmers are hoping jute and hemp will improve their prospects.
Millions of people in Mali have no access to electricity. Africa GreenTec wants to change that.
Venezuela is rich in raw materials. But corruption and mismanagement have ruined its economy.
Economic collapse has forced millions of Venezuelans to flee the country.
The Tebsonik tea company uses sustainable briquets made of waste sugar cane to dry tea leaves.
An app to aid the homeless in Germany, and another to ensure better medical care for pregnant women.
Lugaw, a rice dish made with chicken feet, is a favorite snack in the Philippines.
Ghanaian farmers can earn good money with tomatoes. But they’re now being swamped with cheap imports
Dan Liris wants to make Indonesia a standard-bearer for social and environmental quality.
Libya’s Government of National Accord had suspended UN-brokered talks in Geneva following an attack on a strategic port in Tripoli. Meanwhile, Turkey has confirmed that its Syrian militias are in Libya.
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