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10 Jun
At a UN General Assembly meeting, China and Russia explained their vetoes of a proposal that would have imposed new sanctions on North Korea.
25 Mar
The three leaders discussed food security in Cairo as the Russian invasion of Ukraine sparks concerns about economic stability. Israel is also seeking to strengthen its alliances against Iran.
3 Dec 2021
A historic trial against members of Bashar al-Asad's regime has moved on to its main defendant. Germany is holding the trial under the principle of universal jurisdiction.
3 Oct 2020
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With Russia stepping up its attacks on Ukraine's infrastructure, Germany's capital Berlin is preparing for more refugees from the country. The city plans to create permanent housing for up to 10,000 additional people. So far, finding a home is hard.
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In the wake of renewed attacks by rebels in the eastern Congo, regional organizations and neighboring states are doubling down on efforts to solve the conflict. But peace remains elusive.
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Disputes with Mali's ruling military junta and the arrival of Russian mercenaries have cast doubt over the future of the German mission to the West African country.
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The water levels in the ancient Italian trading hub are more than 1.5 meters above the normal level. Without flood protections, 80% of Venice's pedestrian paths would be under water.
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Lawmakers from the CDU/CSU bloc say they are ready to approve an amended version of the ruling coalition's "B├╝rgergeld." The new benefits scheme for the unemployed was initially blocked by conservative parties.
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said the mistake of depending on one main source in trade "will not happen again." Economy Minister Robert Habeck said Berlin would cap investment guarantees for China.