Firefighters battle a 27-storey inferno at a London apartment block
14 June 2017 | 8:45 am
A huge fire engulfs a 27-storey block of flats in central London, injuring at least 30 people and possibly trapping some residents who were sleeping inside the towering inferno.
A deadly fire in an apartment block triggered protests across China. Did Beijing's strict COVID rules contribute to the death toll? DW investigates.
The unidentified 58-year-old was one of three men detained on suspicion of money laundering as the UK attempts to disrupt possible criminal actions of oligarchs linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In a Facebook post, Italian PM Giorgia Meloni revealed that one of the victims who died in the shooting was her friend.
Kyiv has reported another night of air alarms and said it has shot down several drones. The UK is set to announce plans to sending munitions through 2023. DW has the latest.
UK activist investor Bluebell Capital has called on BlackRock to replace CEO Larry Fink over his failures to move the money management firm beyond investments in fossil fuels.
The Kremlin is facing unprecedented criticism after one of the deadliest attacks on its troops since the Ukraine war began. Kyiv, and Russian bloggers, claim the death toll is in the hundreds.
New Year's Eve violence and attacks on emergency services in Berlin have prompted calls for a national ban on fireworks, with viral online videos accusing "migrant gangs" of being behind the riots that left scores injured and arrested. In this edition of Truth or Fake with Vedika Bahl, we tell you where the videos really come from.
Russia has unilaterally called for a cease-fire from noon local time on January 6 to midnight on January 7, the same time as Orthodox Christmas celebrations. Ukraine dismissed Putin's proposal as "hypocrisy."
There have been reports of shelling amid the 36-hour unilateral truce, which has been met with skepticism by Ukraine. Meanwhile, some German politicians are calling for battle tank deliveries to Ukraine. DW has more.
Ukrainian and Russian forces carried on fighting and exchanging fire after Russia unilaterally called for a temporary cease-fire over the period of Orthodox Christmas holiday. DW has the latest.
Great Britain was once the world's largest colonial power. The British Museum is not ready to return stolen cultural property to their owners, but pressure is mounting.
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