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30 Apr 2023
Gitanas Nauseda has told DW that Beijing needs to condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Relations between China and Lithuania have been strained since Vilnius allowed Taiwan to open a de facto embassy.14 hours ago
24 Mar 2023
For years, many fields have been largely dominated by men, but, in recent times, more women are either taking key positions in various management teams, closing deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars, breaking new grounds, or starting new ventures. Today, Guardian Nigeria host women to a conference titled: IWD 2023: Digital: Innovation and technology for gender equality

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People wanting to alter their appearance with more than clothes or cosmetics can opt for tattoos, piercings or aesthetic surgery. But these invasive procedures aren’t without risk. In Good Shape shares tips to ensure your health isn't compromised.
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Kenya is a multilingual nation with dozens of Indigenous languages. But it risks losing this language diversity unless Kenyan children are taught them at school.
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The Syrian civil war has killed hundreds of thousands of people. It has also devastated the country's cultural landscape. The Syrian Archive Heritage Project attempts to preserve in digital form as many traces of the country's cultural past as possible.
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Beijing sees Taiwan as its own territory, and has openly threatened to take it by force. Washington is the island's biggest arms supplier, but Taiwanese authorities are also keen to show what they might do to defend themselves.
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Poland’s top diplomat, Radek Sikorski, says Alexei Navalny's death shows Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin will stop at nothing. Speaking to DW at the Munich Security Conference, he also voiced the opinion that alliances are still vital to US interests, despite remarks by former US President Donald Trump, the front-runner as Republican presidential candidate, that seemed to call NATO into question.
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The aim of Nigerian artist Boloebi Okah and his Bushman collective is to transform grey walls into works of art that speak about the community and the local culture.