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Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq

Over 2,000 US troops are said to be pulled from Iraq, the US Central Command chief said. Germany also announced that it would reduce the number of troops it has in the Middle Eastern country., breaking Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq, news, latest news

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Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq

Over 2,000 US troops are said to be pulled from Iraq, the US Central Command chief said. Germany also announced that it would reduce the number of troops it has in the Middle Eastern country., breaking Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq, news, latest news

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Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq

Over 2,000 US troops are said to be pulled from Iraq, the US Central Command chief said. Germany also announced that it would reduce the number of troops it has in the Middle Eastern country., breaking Germany, US cut military troop presence in Iraq, news, latest news

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Maria Kolesnikova: Belarusian musician, Lukashenko opponent

Along with Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya and Veronika Tsepkalo, Maria Kolesnikova has become a prominent voice of the opposition in Belarus. She is the only one of the three women still in the country., breaking Maria Kolesnikova: Belarusian musician, Lukashenko opponent, news, latest news

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Maria Kolesnikova: Belarusian musician, Lukashenko opponent

Along with Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya and Veronika Tsepkalo, Maria Kolesnikova has become a prominent voice of the opposition in Belarus. She is the only one of the three women still in the country., breaking Maria Kolesnikova: Belarusian musician, Lukashenko opponent, news, latest news

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Germany to delay ban on slaughter of male chicks

A new bill would postpone a ban ending the culling of male chicks in Germany until 2022. Critics say Berlin failed to seek an EU-wide stop to the practice, leaving Polish and Dutch egg imports unchecked., breaking Germany to delay ban on slaughter of male chicks, news, latest news

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Germany to delay ban on slaughter of male chicks

A new bill would postpone a ban ending the culling of male chicks in Germany until 2022. Critics say Berlin failed to seek an EU-wide stop to the practice, leaving Polish and Dutch egg imports unchecked., breaking Germany to delay ban on slaughter of male chicks, news, latest news

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Moria refugee camp tragedy rekindles political controversy in Germany

With thousands now displaced from Greece’s largest migrant camp, several German states are again offering to take in many of the refugees. They face one big problem: getting permission from Merkel’s government., breaking Moria refugee camp tragedy rekindles political controversy in Germany, news, latest news

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Halle synagogue attack trial offers insights on police probe into far-right anti-Semitism

The trial of far-right attacker Stephan B. has almost reached its halfway stage. It has been marked by moving eyewitness accounts — and criticism of the police investigation., breaking Halle synagogue attack trial offers insights on police probe into far-right anti-Semitism, news, latest news

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Halle synagogue attack trial offers insights on police probe into far-right anti-Semitism

The trial of far-right attacker Stephan B. has almost reached its halfway stage. It has been marked by moving eyewitness accounts — and criticism of the police investigation., breaking Halle synagogue attack trial offers insights on police probe into far-right anti-Semitism, news, latest news

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Tense India-China border raises fears of inadvertent escalation

Tensions between China and India are running dangerously high as troops from both sides face off in a remote Himalayan region and accuse each other of firing warning shots along their disputed border., breaking Tense India-China border raises fears of inadvertent escalation, news, latest news

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Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe

Maxim Znak, one of the last free prominent opposition figures, was reportedly taken from his office by "masked men." Protest leader Maria Kolesnikova was detained for "making calls to seize power.", breaking Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe, news, latest news

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Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe

Maxim Znak, one of the last free prominent opposition figures, was reportedly taken from his office by "masked men." Protest leader Maria Kolesnikova was detained for "making calls to seize power.", breaking Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe, news, latest news

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Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe

Maxim Znak, one of the last free prominent opposition figures, was reportedly taken from his office by "masked men." Protest leader Maria Kolesnikova was detained for "making calls to seize power.", breaking Belarus: High-profile opposition figures arrested in ‘security’ probe, news, latest news

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Oscars announce diversity criteria for best picture eligibility

The Academy Awards have reacted to yearslong protests demanding greater equality for women, minorities and LGBT+ individuals, among others. breaking Oscars announce diversity criteria for best picture eligibility, news, latest news

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Former Volkswagen chief Martin Winterkorn to stand dieselgate trial

The former Volkswagen chief and four others must stand trial over fraud charges for their alleged role in the scandal that has already cost the carmaker more than €30 billion in fines. Winterkorn denies any wrongdoing., breaking Former Volkswagen chief Martin Winterkorn to stand dieselgate trial, news, latest news

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How the German media failed the victims of far-right NSU terror

Twenty years ago, Enver Simsek became the first victim of the far-right terror group NSU. Most German media long ignored a possible racist or neo-Nazi motive for the crimes., breaking How the German media failed the victims of far-right NSU terror, news, latest news

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Former Volkswagen chief Martin Winterkorn to stand dieselgate trial

The former Volkswagen chief and four others must stand trial over fraud charges for their alleged role in the scandal that has already cost the carmaker more than €30 billion in fines. Winterkorn denies any wrongdoing., breaking Former Volkswagen chief Martin Winterkorn to stand dieselgate trial, news, latest news

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How the German media failed the victims of far-right NSU terror

Twenty years ago, Enver Simsek became the first victim of the far-right terror group NSU. Most German media long ignored a possible racist or neo-Nazi motive for the crimes., breaking How the German media failed the victims of far-right NSU terror, news, latest news

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Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’

For those with mental health issues, the coronavirus pandemic has been especially challenging. On this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day, experts urge that physical distancing doesn’t mean we’re socially cut off. breaking Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’, news, latest news

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Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’

For those with mental health issues, the coronavirus pandemic has been especially challenging. On this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day, experts urge that physical distancing doesn’t mean we’re socially cut off., breaking Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’, news, latest news

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Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’

For those with mental health issues, the coronavirus pandemic has been especially challenging. On this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day, experts urge that physical distancing doesn’t mean we’re socially cut off., breaking Suicide prevention amid a pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’, news, latest news

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Kim Wall murder: Danish inventor admits killing Swedish reporter

Peter Madsen had consistently denied killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall claiming her death was an accident. But in a new documentary, he admits murdering her., breaking Kim Wall murder: Danish inventor admits killing Swedish reporter, news, latest news

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‘We are not locked into fossil fuels in Africa’

As Africa develops faster, countries are shifting their focus towards renewable energy investment. The director of think tank Power Shift Africa explains how the continent can embark on a journey towards a green future. breaking ‘We are not locked into fossil fuels in Africa’, news, latest news

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North Korea massive military parade will ‘send a message’ to the world

Pyongyang is preparing to celebrate 75th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party. US military experts believe the North will use the parade to show off its latest development in long-range missiles., breaking North Korea massive military parade will ‘send a message’ to the world, news, latest news

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North Korea massive military parade will ‘send a message’ to the world

Pyongyang is preparing to celebrate 75th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party. US military experts believe the North will use the parade to show off its latest development in long-range missiles., breaking North Korea massive military parade will ‘send a message’ to the world, news, latest news

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Sports news feed: Lionel Messi returns to Barcelona training

Lionel Messi has returned to Barcelona team training for the first time since deciding to u-turn on his future with the club. Meanwhile, Germany’s Alexander Zverev has advanced to his first US Open semifinal. breaking Sports news feed: Lionel Messi returns to Barcelona training, news, latest news

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Berlin’s state ballet school confronts allegations of abuse

One of Germany’s most prominent ballet training institutions stands accused of fostering a "culture of fear." With the investigation report now public, the future remains uncertain as teaching reform is demanded. breaking Berlin’s state ballet school confronts allegations of abuse, news, latest news

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India: Bollywood star gets tight security after criticizing Mumbai

Kangana Ranaut had equated Mumbai to "Pakistan occupied Kashmir" after receiving "open threats." Her comments mean she will now need VIP-level security when she returns to the city., breaking India: Bollywood star gets tight security after criticizing Mumbai, news, latest news

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Bundesliga transfer blog: Angelino rejoins Leipzig on season-long loan

RB Leipzig have re-signed Manchester City left back Angelino on a season-long loan with an option to buy. Elsewhere, Leverkusen have splashed some of the cash generated by selling Kevin Volland and Kai Havertz. breaking Bundesliga transfer blog: Angelino rejoins Leipzig on season-long loan, news, latest news

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Iran to compensate families of downed Ukraine airliner victims

The head of the country’s aviation authority said restitution talks would begin on October 18. Touraj Dehqani Zanganeh told IRNA news agency that Iran is open to paying "full compensation for what it has done.", breaking Iran to compensate families of downed Ukraine airliner victims, news, latest news

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Iran to compensate families of downed Ukraine airliner victims

The head of the country’s aviation authority said restitution talks would begin on October 18. Touraj Dehqani Zanganeh told IRNA news agency that Iran is open to paying "full compensation for what it has done.", breaking Iran to compensate families of downed Ukraine airliner victims, news, latest news

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Death sentence against wrestler moves Iran

​​​​​​​The death sentence against Navid Afkari has caused indignation on social media. The athlete was arrested and charged with murder in 2018. He says his confession was obtained under torture., breaking Death sentence against wrestler moves Iran, news, latest news

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Several dead in Bangladesh after ferry capsizes in river

Fifteen people are still missing after the boat, which was carrying at least 35 passengers, collided with another vessel. The dead include five women and five children., breaking Several dead in Bangladesh after ferry capsizes in river, news, latest news

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Donald Trump gets the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize nomination

A Norwegian lawmaker has nominated the US president for the 2021 award for helping to broker the Israel-UAE peace deal, according to FOX News. And it’s not the first time Trump has been put forward., breaking Donald Trump gets the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize nomination, news, latest news

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Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning

"Disinformation" and "hysteria" over the poisoning of opposition politician Navalny are being used to justify sanctions, Russia claims. Berlin and Moscow are on a collision course over verifying the test results., breaking Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning, news, latest news

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Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning

"Disinformation" and "hysteria" over the poisoning of opposition politician Navalny are being used to justify sanctions, Russia claims. Berlin and Moscow are on a collision course over verifying the test results., breaking Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning, news, latest news

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Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning

"Disinformation" and "hysteria" over the poisoning of opposition politician Navalny are being used to justify sanctions, Russia claims. Berlin and Moscow are on a collision course over verifying the test results., breaking Russia hits out at ‘hysteria’ over Navalny poisoning, news, latest news

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Who needs the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 after all?

After the poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, Europe is facing the tough choice of whether or not to stop its pipeline project with Russia. DW examines what an end to Nord Stream 2 would mean., breaking Who needs the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 after all?, news, latest news

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Who needs the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 after all?

After the poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny, Europe is facing the tough choice of whether or not to stop its pipeline project with Russia. DW examines what an end to Nord Stream 2 would mean., breaking Who needs the Russian gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 after all?, news, latest news

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Washington Football Team: Reviving the debate over Native American team names

Washington’s NFL team will take the field for the first time since dropping its controversial name on Sunday. Though the rebranding was a historic win for American Indians, the debate over team names remains unsettled. breaking Washington Football Team: Reviving the debate over Native American team names, news, latest news

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Farmers in Colombia threaten the elusive Andean bear

The Andean bear faces threats from poachers, farmers and disappearing habitat in the jungles of South America. Two scientists are on a mission to protect them. breaking Farmers in Colombia threaten the elusive Andean bear, news, latest news

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Thin ice and yesterday’s snow: German nature idioms

The German language has many everyday idioms containing nature and weather phenomena, from snow and rain to ice. Grease that lightning and beware the eaves in rain! breaking Thin ice and yesterday’s snow: German nature idioms, news, latest news

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Brexit: UK unveils draft bill that ‘breaks international law’

The UK government has admitted that rewriting its EU divorce treaty "breaks international law in a very specific and limited way." The EU has warned that the move could have serious consequences., breaking Brexit: UK unveils draft bill that ‘breaks international law’, news, latest news

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Brexit: UK unveils draft bill that ‘breaks international law’

The UK government has admitted that rewriting its EU divorce treaty "breaks international law in a very specific and limited way." The EU has warned that the move could have serious consequences., breaking Brexit: UK unveils draft bill that ‘breaks international law’, news, latest news

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This is the celebrity destination you would visit!

We wanted to know from you which jet set holiday destination you would like to visit. You can find out here whether you have won a wristwatch in the exclusive Euromaxx design. breaking This is the celebrity destination you would visit!, news, latest news

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Coronavirus digest: UK implements tough new restrictions

Following spike in cases, groups of more than six people will be banned from meeting. Meanwhile, Israel began a week-long campaign of evening curfews and school closures in 40 zones. DW rounds up the latest., breaking Coronavirus digest: UK implements tough new restrictions, news, latest news

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Opinion: Belarus opposition needs a plan

"Get lost, Lukashenko" — that is what it’s come down to after a month of protests in Belarus following the contested election. But the demonstrators don’t know what to do next, Vladimir Dorokhov writes., breaking Opinion: Belarus opposition needs a plan, news, latest news

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Thousands flee fire at Greece’s largest migrant camp

Several fires have mostly destroyed the Moria refugee camp, home to more than 12,000 asylum seekers. There are no known casualties so far. Authorities are now investigating reports of arson., breaking Thousands flee fire at Greece’s largest migrant camp, news, latest news

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Thousands flee fire at Greece’s largest migrant camp

Several fires have mostly destroyed the Moria refugee camp, home to more than 12,000 asylum seekers. There are no known casualties so far. Authorities are now investigating reports of arson., breaking Thousands flee fire at Greece’s largest migrant camp, news, latest news

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Tesla overlooked for S&P 500, stock tumbles by around one-fifth

Shares in electric carmaker Tesla shed a fifth of their value, partly owing to a surprise decision not to incorporate it into the US’ leading S&P 500 index. But the dip was just a fraction of recent gains., breaking Tesla overlooked for S&P 500, stock tumbles by around one-fifth, news, latest news

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Coronavirus vaccine producers pledge to follow normal rules, as one key trial is paused

German vaccine maker BioNTech and eight biotech companies have vowed to follow safety measures before rolling out vaccines. AstraZeneca has suspended one trial after "a potentially unexplained illness" in a participant., breaking Coronavirus vaccine producers pledge to follow normal rules, as one key trial is paused, news, latest news

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Italy removes 2,500 asylum seekers from crowded Lampedusa camp

The Italian government answered pleas from the island’s mayor by removing some people camps there. The migrants, 220 of whom were infected with COVID-19, will quarantine on large ferries before disembarking in Sicily., breaking Italy removes 2,500 asylum seekers from crowded Lampedusa camp, news, latest news

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Switzerland’s highest court dismisses Caster Semenya’s appeal against CAS ruling

Semenya indicated that she would appeal again in European and South African courts. The CAS had ruled last year that the Olympic 800 meters champion would have to take testosterone-reducing drugs to continue competing. breaking Switzerland’s highest court dismisses Caster Semenya’s appeal against CAS ruling, news, latest news

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Russia summons German envoy over Navalny poisoning allegations

Germany asserts that the prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin was poisoned while the Russian Foreign Ministry has accused Berlin of "bluffing." G7 ministers have demanded Moscow "urgently" finds the perpetrators., breaking Russia summons German envoy over Navalny poisoning allegations, news, latest news

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Belarus protests: Lukashenko raises prospect of fresh elections

President Lukashenko has refused to rule out holding fresh elections in an interview with Russian media. An exiled Belarusian opposition leader has called for international sanctions against the regime in Minsk., breaking Belarus protests: Lukashenko raises prospect of fresh elections, news, latest news

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WWII photographer Robert Capa: Debunking the myth

Capa’s images of US forces invading Normandy on D-Day went around the world. But the photojournalist’s story has been challenged. breaking WWII photographer Robert Capa: Debunking the myth, news, latest news

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Marco Reus ‘ready to go’ as Borussia Dortmund prepare for Bundesliga return

After seven months out, Marco Reus made a goalscoring return for Borussia Dortmund in a preseason friendly. Coach Lucien Favre said his captain is "ready" for Monday’s German Cup game and the Bundesliga season. breaking Marco Reus ‘ready to go’ as Borussia Dortmund prepare for Bundesliga return, news, latest news

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UK, EU kick off fresh Brexit talks as ‘no-deal’ looms

After a backlash over reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to throw out key parts of the UK’s agreed withdrawal agreement from the EU, this round of talks may be the last chance to secure a deal., breaking UK, EU kick off fresh Brexit talks as ‘no-deal’ looms, news, latest news

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Berlin nightclub Berghain reopens as art space

Closed due to the coronavirus, the storied club now opens for art lovers, with 115 Berlin-based artists, including Olafur Eliasson and Katharina Grosse, on show. breaking Berlin nightclub Berghain reopens as art space, news, latest news

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Germany’s car industry struggles with transformation amid coronavirus crisis

German car industry officials are meeting with the government to discuss more state aid. The coronavirus pandemic has added urgency to solving problems that are compounded by the industry’s struggles with transformation., breaking Germany’s car industry struggles with transformation amid coronavirus crisis, news, latest news

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Germany’s car industry struggles with transformation amid coronavirus crisis

German car industry officials are meeting with the government to discuss more state aid. The coronavirus pandemic has added urgency to solving problems that are compounded by the industry’s struggles with transformation., breaking Germany’s car industry struggles with transformation amid coronavirus crisis, news, latest news

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Belarus protest leader Kolesnikova detained at Ukraine border

The opposition activist Maria Kolesnikova is reportedly being held in Belarus after resisting a forced deportation to Ukraine. Local media have reported that she tore up her passport at the border., breaking Belarus protest leader Kolesnikova detained at Ukraine border, news, latest news

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Coronavirus digest: Spain sets Western Europe virus record

New COVID-19 cases in Spain have spiked following the reopening of schools, taking the total to beyond 500,000. Meanwhile, French football star Mbappe tested positive. DW rounds up the most important new developments., breaking Coronavirus digest: Spain sets Western Europe virus record, news, latest news

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Amnesty slams Malta over ‘illegal’ refugee tactics

The international rights group has condemned Malta for "unlawful" treatment of migrants in the Mediterranean. The UN has also called on Malta to allow 27 refugees currently on a cargo ship to disembark., breaking Amnesty slams Malta over ‘illegal’ refugee tactics, news, latest news

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In Europe, 1 in 8 deaths linked to pollution: report

The EU’s environment agency has detailed how environmental pollution has a deadly impact on Europe’s population. Poorer and marginalized communities suffer the worst of it, according to the report., breaking In Europe, 1 in 8 deaths linked to pollution: report, news, latest news

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Political abductions in Belarus: Germany calls for ‘clarity’ and immediate release

The German foreign minister has warned Belarus against failing to change course in its brutal crackdown against protesters. He called for the immediate release of opposition figures kidnapped by unidentified masked men., breaking Political abductions in Belarus: Germany calls for ‘clarity’ and immediate release, news, latest news

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Opinion: Merkel should pull Germany from Nord Stream 2

All eyes are on the chancellor as calls for Germany to end the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline grow louder. By pulling the plug on the pipeline, Angela Merkel could make history all over again, DW’s Miodrag Soric writes., breaking Opinion: Merkel should pull Germany from Nord Stream 2, news, latest news

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Will Boris Johnson sink Britain’s Brexit withdrawal deal?

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has threatened to pull out of trade talks with the European Union if an agreement is not struck by mid-October. He has also hinted that he could back out of the Northern Ireland Protocol., breaking Will Boris Johnson sink Britain’s Brexit withdrawal deal?, news, latest news

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EU warns Serbia and Kosovo over Jerusalem embassy plans

Brussels’ sentiments have cast a shadow over a White House deal between Serbia and its former province of Kosovo to normalize economic ties. Israel’s PM has said he would have both nations open embassies in Jerusalem., breaking EU warns Serbia and Kosovo over Jerusalem embassy plans, news, latest news

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Hungary’s researcher Roska wins award for procedure that could cure blindness

Medical scientist Botond Roska has landed a €1 million check from Germany’s Körber Foundation for his groundbreaking research. His gene-based treatment to restore sight has already entered clinical trials., breaking Hungary’s researcher Roska wins award for procedure that could cure blindness, news, latest news

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Clouds gather over Nord Stream 2 in Germany after Navalny poisoning

Chancellor Merkel believes it’s "wrong to rule anything out" when it comes to Berlin’s reaction to the Navalny poisoning. This could spell trouble for Nord Stream 2, the massive gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany., breaking Clouds gather over Nord Stream 2 in Germany after Navalny poisoning, news, latest news

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‘Plan B,’ a new film by Teodor Currentzis

The coronavirus lockdown was an unheard of experience for many, including Greek conductor Teodor Currentzis. A film captures the "frozen time" that paralyzed the culture scene. breaking ‘Plan B,’ a new film by Teodor Currentzis, news, latest news

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Venice Film Festival: Cinema as the antidote to coronavirus depression

Vanessa Kirby, Greta Thunberg, Pedro Almodovar and a pandemic: As the film fest reaches its halfway point, DW’s Scott Roxborough reports from Venice. breaking Venice Film Festival: Cinema as the antidote to coronavirus depression, news, latest news

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German national team: What can Joachim Löw learn from the Nations League?

Though they’ve yet to win a Nations League game, Germany coach Joachim Löw insists the competition has been good for his side’s development. In the absence of the team’s Bayern Munich core, what could he have learned? breaking German national team: What can Joachim Löw learn from the Nations League?, news, latest news

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Climate change: Major energy companies lag in green shift

Global utility companies have been slow to go green, undermining efforts to tackle climate change, according to a new report. But that may be changing., breaking Climate change: Major energy companies lag in green shift, news, latest news

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Germany’s soccer team slammed for short flight to Switzerland

The German national football team is facing criticism for the environmental impact of a short-hop flight from Stuttgart to Basel. The team said a train journey was impossible because of coronavirus restrictions. breaking Germany’s soccer team slammed for short flight to Switzerland, news, latest news

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Rethinking music, by percussionist Martin Grubinger

The coronavirus pandemic can be an opportunity for the arts, says Austrian percussionist Martin Grubinger — if we understand the signals right. breaking Rethinking music, by percussionist Martin Grubinger, news, latest news

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Actor with 1,000 faces: Mario Adorf turns 90

He’s starred in over 200 roles and his on-screen characters — often rogues and villains — are notorious. At 90, German actor Mario Adorf remains a much-loved screen legend. breaking Actor with 1,000 faces: Mario Adorf turns 90, news, latest news

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Czech director Jiri Menzel dies

The Oscar-winning director and actor Jiri Menzel was one of the leading figures of the Czech New Wave of cinema.  breaking Czech director Jiri Menzel dies, news, latest news

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Wildfires: Can we adapt to live with them?

Wildfires linked to climate change are increasing in severity and frequency in many parts of the world. Can we live alongside them, or will they force communities to relocate? breaking Wildfires: Can we adapt to live with them?, news, latest news

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The psychology of a rapist

Sexual assault is always traumatizing and demeaning for its victims. But the motives behind it vary. breaking The psychology of a rapist, news, latest news

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Right-wing terror trial stirs up violent memories in Germany’s Freital

Members of a far-right terror group are standing trial for targeting politicians and refugee shelters with explosives in 2015. The case has divided Freital, a tranquil town not far from the eastern city of Dresden., breaking Right-wing terror trial stirs up violent memories in Germany’s Freital, news, latest news

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UEFA Nations League: Germany let lead slip again to draw in Switzerland

Germany let a lead slip for the second time in four days as they failed to hit top form in Switzerland. Joachim Löw’s side struggled to create in Basel and still await their first win in the Nations League. breaking UEFA Nations League: Germany let lead slip again to draw in Switzerland, news, latest news

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Opinion: You can do better than this with COVID-19, Berlin

Berlin boasts that it’s the cultural capital of the world. But DW’s Gero Schliess writes that the German capital isn’t showing enough vision and ambition during the pandemic to make it in a post-coronavirus world. breaking Opinion: You can do better than this with COVID-19, Berlin, news, latest news

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Swedish men’s football team forgoes pay to support women’s team on pay equality

Sweden’s male national team has pledged to play the remainder of their matches this year without pay. The Swedish Football Association announced the move following harsh criticism over inequality. breaking Swedish men’s football team forgoes pay to support women’s team on pay equality, news, latest news

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Kai Havertz signs for Chelsea: The right move for Germany’s greatest hope?

Kai Havertz is regarded as the best German prospect for a generation and was widely touted for a move to Bayern Munich, Barcelona or Real Madrid. But the 21-year-old has signed for Chelsea. Is that the best move? breaking Kai Havertz signs for Chelsea: The right move for Germany’s greatest hope?, news, latest news

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Trump and Biden: Little room for climate change in US election

As the US faces wildfires and storms, climate change remains one of the most divisive topics among voters. Yet despite the high stakes, so far, it has played a minor role in the upcoming election. breaking Trump and Biden: Little room for climate change in US election, news, latest news

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The John Cage work performed over 639 years

With the longest organ performance ever planned, a small German church became a mecca for John Cage fans. The last change of chords happened seven years ago; a new one is about to take place. breaking The John Cage work performed over 639 years, news, latest news

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Nebra sky disk could be 1,000 years younger than previously believed

It was seen as the oldest-known depiction of the cosmos. But now German researchers assert that the Nebra sky disk was rather created a millennium later. breaking Nebra sky disk could be 1,000 years younger than previously believed, news, latest news

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Which is your favorite island for a vacation?

Far away from the mainland, in the middle of the deep blue sea: An island is the dream destination for many when it comes to a relaxing vacation – for example the Greek island of Páros. Which island is your favorite? breaking Which is your favorite island for a vacation?, news, latest news

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Teutonic Tesla: Elon Musk’s busy week in Germany

The Tesla founder spent much of the week in Germany, hobnobbing with politicians and visiting sites of commercial interest. Between his ventures in mobility and vaccines, his stake in the country appears to be growing., breaking Teutonic Tesla: Elon Musk’s busy week in Germany, news, latest news

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Traveling to Germany: Questions and answers

Travel warnings, risk areas, quarantine requirements: For many of our readers, the entry regulations for Germany remain confusing. Here are a few answers to the most important questions. breaking Traveling to Germany: Questions and answers, news, latest news

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Traveling to Germany: Questions and answers

Travel warnings, risk areas, quarantine requirements: For many of our readers, the entry regulations for Germany remain confusing. Here are a few answers to the most important questions. breaking Traveling to Germany: Questions and answers, news, latest news

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Welcome to the latest edition of Eco Africa

On this week’s Eco Africa, we check out reforesting Senegal’s coastline to tackle erosion, see how to build plastic roads in South Africa and we meet the Gambia’s recycling queen. breaking Welcome to the latest edition of Eco Africa, news, latest news

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Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial kicks off in Portugal

Pinto admits releasing 70 million documents on transactions involving top European soccer clubs. But he argues he is a whistleblower, not a criminal, and is set to call on some extremely high-profile witnesses. breaking Rui Pinto Football Leaks trial kicks off in Portugal, news, latest news

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Coronavirus trend: The pandemic is far from over

While some countries are reporting more and more new cases every day, others are adapting to a “new normal.” Data for the global picture shows that the pandemic is far from over. DW’s weekly statistics update. breaking Coronavirus trend: The pandemic is far from over, news, latest news

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Anthropologist and Occupy activist David Graeber dies

David Graeber, one of the early organizers of the Occupy Wall Street movement, has died at the age of 59. He was a leading voice in the global social justice movement. breaking Anthropologist and Occupy activist David Graeber dies, news, latest news

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Iranian artist collective on show for first time in Germany

Political and social conflicts are the focus of the trio Ramin Haer­izadeh, Rokni Haer­izadeh and Hesam Rahmanian, whose exhibition opens in Frankfurt. breaking Iranian artist collective on show for first time in Germany, news, latest news

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Portuguese youth activists sue 33 countries over climate change

In the latest example of a wave of climate litigation across the world, six young people this week filed a case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, asking for accountability around the climate crisis. breaking Portuguese youth activists sue 33 countries over climate change, news, latest news