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10 Jun 2021
For years there have been claims that sea rescue is a pull factor in asylum-related migration. But is this theory true?
25 Apr 2021
Countless coronavirus vaccination myths get shared on the internet. Some claim that getting a jab causes infertility, while others say it can manipulate human DNA. DW investigates.
13 Apr 2021
The German government is proposing a nighttime curfew if COVID-19 case numbers increase further. But would that have any effect? DW looks at the facts.
21 Jan 2021
A number of drugs have been mentioned as treatments for COVID-19. Some of them work well, some of them don't work at all, and some are still being tested.
4 Mar 2020
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A report released by Amnesty International marking one year since the withdrawal of US and NATO troops concludes that the Taliban has decimated the rights of girls and women in Afghanistan. To understand exactly what's happening in the country today, FRANCE 24 spoke to Dr. Habiba Sarabi, a former Afghan minister for women's affairs and former governor of Bamiyan province. She urged the international community to "take responsibility for the Afghan people and Afghan women in particular".
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A young Nigerian graduate has embarked on an ambitious drive to address Nigeria's worrying levels of voter apathy. He says he's troubled by the "emotional detachment" from political activities by most people — especially in northern Nigeria.
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A year ago, the Taliban retook Kabul. In their first press conference after seizing power in Afghanistan, they surprised the world with the announcement of moderate policies. A key pledge was to address women's rights.