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10 May 2022 | 8:30 pm
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Ukraine has been hit with a massive wave of missile attacks for the first time in weeks, cutting power to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
Tunisian President Kais Saied ordered security forces to "halt the illegal migration of African migrants into the country." Has North Africa become the new go-to destination for African migrants and refugees? DW looks at the facts.
In Kenya, you could serve a two-year prison term if convicted of exchanging, sharing or selling uncertified and unregistered seeds. The country's Seed and Plant Varieties Act compels farmers to use seeds only from multinational seed producing companies.
More than 20,000 people have reached Italy's shores this year and the government says the influx is deliberate. It now wants NATO's help.
Thousands of Indian medical students left Ukraine after Russia's full-scale invasion last year. Some have since opted to complete their studies elsewhere. Others had no choice but to go back to the battered country.
The United Kingdom's Supreme Court has ruled that Ukraine can defend a Eurobond lawsuit brought by Russia. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hailed a victory.
President Andrzej Duda has announced they will deliver four figher jets to Ukraine in "the next few days."
Niger, one of the world's poorest nations, has resisted a recent spate of coups and inroads by Russian mercenaries seen in neighboring countries and is set to benefit from millions in US aid.
Slovakia has decided to send 13 MIG-29 fighter jets to Ukraine. Meanwhile, Russian forces have made some progress in the battle for the Ukrainian town of Bakhmut, according to British intelligence. DW has the latest.
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that the ICC's arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin showed that "no one is above the law." DW has the latest.
Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine last year, the German arms manufacturer has seen its share price more than double.
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A review into Britain's largest police force has found "institutional racism, sexism and homophobia" and has called for "radical reform."
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Albert Ho, a prominent pro-democracy figure in Hong Kong, has once again been arrested. He is already facing up to a decade in prison for other charges under the national security law.
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Experts say the drop in oxygen levels in the water after the recent floods receded likely caused the mass death, as well as hot temperatures due to climate change.
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The French government's decision to force through its pension reform has sparked angry demonstrations across the country, with many videos of chaos in Paris circulating online. However, as credible as they may seem, some of these videos have been taken out of context, as Emerald Maxwell explains.
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On World Storytelling Day, we ask if this human art will be supplanted by articifial intelligence? Or do chatbots lack the human factor to recreate the drama and nuance of good storytelling?
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European shares logged their steepest weekly drop in five months amid continued turbulence in the global banking sector. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz doesn't think Europe is heading for a new financial crisis.