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15 Feb
The tennis star is prepared to miss the French Open, Wimbledon and any tournament if they require jabs. He told the BBC that he is not against vaccines but wants "the freedom to choose what you put into your body."
20 Dec 2020
French businesses have welcomed President Emmanuel Macron's announcement that non-essential shops will be able to re-open their doors on Saturday November 27, in time for the holiday shopping season. But the second lockdown has left its mark on an already fragile economy. Also in the show: Wall Street hits new highs as pharmaceutical companies report progress on a possible coronavirus vaccine.
12 Dec 2020
The US Food and Drug Administration is confronting a crisis of trust just as it faces a major task: Approving a COVID-19 vaccine under the Trump administration.
8 Dec 2020
Margaret Keenan, 91, is the world's first person to receive the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine outside of a trial. The UK has 800,000 doses of the jab and expects to have up to 4 million available by the end of December.
15 Nov 2020
Top US scientist Anthony Fauci urges people to "double down on public health measures" as the world waits for a coronavirus vaccine, during a webinar with the Chatham House international affairs think-tank in London.
1 Nov 2020
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12 Aug 2020
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25 Apr 2020
With more than 2.5 million people now infected worldwide in the COVID-19 pandemic, Germany has authorized the first clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine. The first human tests will begin before the end of April.
22 Apr 2020
Germany's first human trials of a coronavirus vaccine have been given the green light. It's only the fourth vaccine of its kind in the world to get approval. Follow DW for the latest.

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Olaf Scholz signed deals that will see Germany help African nations build their infrastructure to extract and export oil and gas to Europe. He also promised to keep German troops in the Sahel.
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Poland has long been the poster boy among EU economies, but behind its remarkable growth story is a widening inequality gap. This may help explain why Poles vote for parties that promise redistribution.
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"Senior leadership" in the UK should bear responsibility for the culture which led to officials partying during COVID-19 lockdowns, according to an internal report.
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An Italian factory that works in conjunction with the Ukrainian steelworks Azovstal is currently at a standstill, as steel from Ukraine is no longer arriving. But just down the road, a factory partially owned by a Russian oligarch is operating at full capacity, using Russian steel. Our correspondents report from northern Italy. But first, the United States has cut off the last remaining financial route for Russia to pay off its debts to US bondholders by allowing a waiver to expire.
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