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27 Nov
In India, a lack of guidelines and a gap in the law authorizing the search and confiscation of media professionals' personal digital devices in India has sparked a fierce debate.
5 Oct
Giraffes have been threatened with extinction for years, but their plight has gone largely unnoticed. A new law in America could help prevent Africa’s iconic long-necked animals from disappearing.
27 Aug 2023
The use of digital biometric identification — recognizing people by their unique features — is growing in the Middle East. There's concern it provides an opportunity for repression.
18 Mar 2023
In Israel, protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned judicial reform have been going on for weeks. Cultural activists say Israel's democracy is in danger. Writer Etgar Keret explains why.

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A dialogue practically mute in Senegal as most of the candidates snubbed President Macky Sall's talks to end weeks of political turmoil.
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2024 will be a eventful year for track and field. The World Athletics Indoor Championships kicks off the calender this weekend in Glasgow, then the Olympic games will take place this summer. For years, Kenyans have swept the long-distance running competitions.
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Aides to the late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny say Moscow has set an ultimatum for his mother to agree to a secret funeral. Russian authorities have threatened to bury him in the penal colony where he died. Vladimir Ashurkov, Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, and close friend of Alexei Navalny talked to DW about the circumstances of Navalny’s life and death.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin needs to ensure his country remains in a permanent state of war. That's the premise of a new book, published by a French political scientist as the world has been marking the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Western weapons deliveries to Ukraine have ended up in the hands of Hamas and other terror groups in the Middle East. Russian television has been quick to exploit the Israel-Hamas conflict for propaganda purposes.