The Big Question: Episode 1
By Blustar Entertainmnet
23 November 2015 | 2:13 pm
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The Democratic Republic of Congo's resentment of UN peacekeepers is a wake-up call and offers an opportunity for introspection. The UN must change its approach to missions in Africa's hot spots, writes DW's George Okach.
27 Aug 2022
Voter defiance and the emergence of a strong challenger are increasing the pressure on Angolan President Joao Lourenco, writes Marcio Pessoa.
11 Sep 2022
Starting with Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth saw 15 prime ministers — just. Her final act was replacing a cheerful moral vacuum with a poser with no panache.
23 Sep 2022
Amid ongoing protests in Iran, CNN's Christiane Amanpour is getting international attention for cancelling an interview with Iran's president after he demanded she wear a hijab. But first, we look at the upcoming election in Italy, where the far right is poised to take power.
21 Oct 2022
Just 24 hours ago, UK Prime Minister Liz Truss shouted emphatically at a raucous House of Commons: "I'm a fighter, not a quitter!" And set herself up for one final U-Turn, writes DW's Zulfikar Abbany.
21 Nov 2022
Cristiano Ronaldo believes his explosive TV interview, in which the Manchester United forward said he had been betrayed by the club and was being forced out, had not been a distraction in the Portugal changing room in the World Cup.
29 Nov 2022
Almost five decades after the death of Spain's right-wing dictator Francisco Franco, the country is making a fresh attempt to offer justice to his victims. A new Democratic Memory law, which came into force in October, makes the state responsible for the search for tens of thousands of those forcibly disappeared during the Spanish Civil War and subsequent dictatorship.
16 Dec 2022
Interview: European Parliament has 'subpar anti-fraud rules'
23 Dec 2022
As Argentina grabbed the headlines for winning the FIFA World Cup, global leaders struck a historic deal to halt species extinction, writes Andrew Deutz of The Nature Conservancy.
30 Dec 2022
Somalia and Ethiopia will be the world's biggest worries in the new year. Disastrous governance in these countries will likely lead the region deeper into crisis, says DW's Ludger Schadomsky.
In the run-up to the release of his book "Spare," he said the British press caused strife within the royal family and that his relatives hurt his wife.
As Nigeria deals with economic woes and worsening insecurity, Fraser Jackson speaks to a representative of the main opposition, the People's Democratic Party, ahead of Saturday's presidential elections.
12 mins ago
Singer Wizkid and actors Bright Vachirawit and Taylor Zakhar Perez were among the many celebrities attending the Burberry show on Monday at London Fashion Week.
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He's an inspiration for many scientists. And now a book has been released about Professor Jean-Jacques Muyembe, known for his work on the Ebola virus and Covid-19. The author is hoping that more Congolese will follow in his footsteps. Meanwhile, two people have been killed in the malian city of Timbuktu, a month after a jihadist group has declared war in the region. Finally, search and rescue teams continue to look for missing people in the flood stricken Libyan city of Derna.
50 mins ago
On day four of the UN General Assembly Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of peace between Israel and Saudi Arabia and island nations called on the world's wealthier economies to act on the climate change.
1 hour ago
Former UFC champion Israel Adesanya is awaiting sentencing after being charged with driving under the influence. The former middleweight champion lost his title in his most recent outing to Sean Strickland at UFC 293 in Sydney, Australia. Adesanya pleaded guilty to the charges and apologized for his actions, taking full responsibility.
1 hour ago
The rapid development of new artificial intelligence applications seems to be overwhelming politicians and the media. A DW discussion addressed the ethics, dangers and benefits AI presents.