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26 Oct
Facebook reported an annual 17 per cent jump in third-quarter net profit, driven by an increase in daily active users and strong advertising sales despite the platform facing multiple controversies that have led to calls for tighter regulation.
25 Jun
Several states have added to the official coronavirus death tolls following a recount. DW looks into why they may have got it wrong in the first place.
19 Jun
Beijing has accused the G7 leaders of interference after they denounced China's rights record and called for a new probe into the origins of COVID-19.
13 May
The Wyoming representative was one of the few Republicans to not fully support former president Trump. She intends to remain in Congress, but could face a tough battle to keep her seat.
19 Apr
But it's uncertain how many more refugees from Africa, the Middle East and Central America are set to benefit.
2 Mar
Earlier this week, AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said fellow sportsman LeBron James, and other socially conscious athletes, should stick to sport.
15 Feb
Many Arsenal fans are fuming after the Southampton loss. Solomon Fowowe asks if Willian Borges, who has received a lot of criticism for the loss deserves all the hate while many Gooner's insists some of it has been unjustified.
16 Jan
India's drug regulator's decision to grant emergency use approval to a local vaccine has raised eyebrows as the company developing it has not provided proof of its efficacy.
2 Jan
French health workers aged 50 and up will be vaccinated ahead of schedule after officials faced criticism from the public. Meanwhile, the UK is readying its Nightingale field hospitals. Follow DW for the latest.
14 Sep 2020
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27 Jul 2020
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16 Apr 2020
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