Monday, 4th March 2024


28 Jan
Migration, identity and borders are always big issues in European politics, but perhaps never more so than in European elections. A cornerstone of the current five-year political programme has been the EU's pact on asylum and migration.
25 Jan
The answer is yes: before New Hampshire's primary vote on Tuesday, Democrat voters received a deepfake phone call impersonating US President, Joe Biden. The uncanny AI-generated voice, encouraged voters not to vote. We explain in this edition of Truth or Fake.
21 Jan
The head of the Indian National Congress, India's strongest opposition party, is marching across the country hoping to energize voters against Narendra Modi's nationalist bloc. But will it be enough to beat the BJP?
24 Nov
Competition is fierce in a vote almost guaranteed to lead to a multi-party government. It ends outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte's 13 years of leadership, after his coalition collapsed in July. Follow DW for the latest.
1 Sep 2023
The vote for the largely ceremonial role is widely viewed as a test of support for the ruling People's Action Party.
23 Aug 2023
Ecuadorians have said 'no' to oil extraction in a portion of the Amazon, one of the world's most biodiverse regions, in a referendum hailed as a historic example of climate democracy.
18 May 2023
FRANCE 24 spoke to Evgenia Kara-Murza, the wife of Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian opposition activist who was recently sentenced to 25 years in jail by a Moscow court for "high treason" because of his outspoken criticism of the war in Ukraine. Kara-Murza sent a message to her jailed husband: she will "never stop fighting" for him.
15 May 2023
"All parties have their own troll armies," said Turkish fact-checker Gülin Cavus in an interview with DW ahead of Sunday's key presidential election.
27 Apr 2023
Some 1.5 million Turkish citizens in Germany are eligible to vote in their country's presidential and parliamentary elections, with 16 ballot stations approved by the German government.
1 Apr 2023
A focus on Finland's NATO bid has hidden the depths of the country's labor shortage. But a chronic lack of workers is on voters' minds as they head to the polls on Sunday.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League party has won a record fourth straight term in power. But the election victory was tarnished by significantly low voter turnout and the main opposition’s boycott.
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African and global investors, researchers and other development partners with an up-to-date evidence based assessment of Africa’s recent macroeconomic performance and short-to-medium outlook and dynamic global economic developments.
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Africa is one of the most vulnerable places on earth. Yet it accounts of just 3% of global emissions. It is a glaring injustice deeply felt across this resources rich continent that is losing between 7 to $15 Billion every year to the widespread impact of global warming.
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The African Development Bank Group graduates its first cohort of government officials from its public finance management academy.
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Indian farmers in Punjab and Haryana are accusing PM Narendra Modi of backtracking on promises made since the 2020-2021 farmers' protests that brought New Delhi to a standstill, putting the Hindu nationalist BJP leader under pressure as an election looms.
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US police horses make a bolt for it and sprint down the longest highway in the country!