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Coronavirus latest: Merkel says no social distancing end in sight
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said it is too early to set a date for the relaxation of social distancing, after Austria announced its own timeline. The number of cases in Germany has passed 100,000. Follow DW for more.
   
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Bundesliga: What are coaches doing during the coronavirus?
In a world gripped by the coronavirus, there is no room for sport as we know it, but football coaches in Germany are trying to find ways to be innovative during this unprecedented period.
   
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Subscribe to Corona Compact — DW\'s newsletter tracking coronavirus in Asia
As Asia risks once again becoming the epicenter of the pandemic, with the number of infections rising in many countries across the region, DW\'s coronavirus newsletter is here to provide the answers you are looking for.
   
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Opinion: Coronavirus: A timeline of Turkey\'s missteps
Turkey has put more effort into containing the flow of information about COVID-19 cases than it has into containing the spread of the virus. But transparency and press freedom are crucial to fight it, says Miray Erbey.
   
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What happened to Africa\'s ambitious green belt project?
The 15 kilometer (9.3 mile) wide Great Green Wall project stretches over 7,775 km from Senegal on the Atlantic to Eritrea on the Red Sea. The aim was to curb the Sahara Desert\'s spread. But major challenges remain.
   
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Germany\'s coronavirus travel restrictions: What you need to know
Germany has imposed border controls to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But how do they affect travelers en route to Germany? DW explains who is allowed to enter the country — and who isn\'t.
   
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Hungary: Law to fight coronavirus creates \'uncertainty\' for journalists
A law that holds a prison sentence of up to five years for spreading \"false information\" is part of new measures against COVID-19. As Fanny Fascar reports, journalists fear it could make it even harder to report news.
   
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Chernobyl in Ukraine: Firefighters battling radioactive forest
Emergency units are trying to contain fires in radiation-contaminated forest near the abandoned Chernobyl nuclear plant. The fires have caused a spike in radioactivity in the area.
   
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Coronavirus: Arab uprisings struggle amid lockdowns
Longstanding uprisings that have brought down leaders from Lebanon to Iraq have largely left the streets as COVID-19 stifles public life. But that hasn\'t stopped protesters from pursuing political change.
   
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Coronavirus: Germany urges \'European solidarity\' to combat economic fallout
Germany\'s foreign and finance ministers have called for tweaking the European Stability Mechanism to support eurozone economies devastated by the pandemic. They propose freeing up billions of euros for Italy and Spain.
   
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Coronavirus and the Bundesliga: A chance for a rethink in German football?
The coronavirus pandemic looks set to have a lasting effect on football in Germany. Clubs could collapse, leagues could be restructured and even the 50+1 rule may come under threat. What does the future hold?
   
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Craig Venter: 20 years of decoding the human genome
The human genome is 99% decoded, the American geneticist Craig Venter announced two decades ago. What has the deciphering brought us since then?
   
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Coronavirus and sports: Bayern Munich amongst Bundesliga clubs to return to training
Bundesliga clubs including reinging champions Bayern Munich were allowed to return to team training on Monday amid strict measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Get up to date here.
   
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Homebound gardening amid coronavirus: When green dreams grow on windowsills
Not that Berlin-based startup Grüneo had ever expected to profit from the coronavirus crisis when it started its crowdfunding campaign, but it just might as it offers a meaningful activity for those staying at home.
   
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Coronavirus: Can we still live sustainably?
With more than half the global population under some form of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, sustainable habits can easily fall by the wayside. But we can still fight off the virus and keep our green habits.
   
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Tiger tests positive for coronavirus at New York zoo
A Malayan tiger is believed to have contracted the pathogen from an asymptomatic zookeeper. Officials have said testing for the animal did not slow human testing for the virus in New York, the hardest-hit area in the US.
   
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Cyclone Harold in Vanuatu threatens disaster on several fronts
A massive cyclone has prompted red alerts across the Pacific nation of Vanuatu. Fears of widespread destruction are compounded by concerns it might lead to the first introduction of COVID-19 there.
   
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Report: Racist asylum-seeker hostel attackers seldom convicted
Only 8% of racist attacks on asylum-seeker hostels in Germany from 2015 to 2018 resulted in convictions, according to a new TV documentary. The filmmakers accuse authorities of lax pursuit of \"cocky\" far-right suspects.
   
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How Brazil\'s evangelicals are spinning COVID-19
Following the lead of President Jair Bolsonaro, preachers in Brazil are competing to define the coronavirus. But empty church pews around the country suggest the faithful aren\'t buying their stories.
   
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Millions across India light lamps in solidarity amid coronavirus lockdown
People across India have lit candles and lamps in a collective display of solidarity called for by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases in the country have risen by 505 in just 24 hours.
   
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Coronavirus latest: UK PM Boris Johnson hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus. Germany now has more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19. Follow DW for more.
   
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Australia: Virus-stricken cruise ship faces police probe
The disembarking of 2,700 passengers, some infected with the coronavirus, in Sydney a month ago is now being probed by police in Australia. Eleven of the country\'s 35 fatalities had been on board the Ruby Princess.
   
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Taliban accuses US of violating Doha peace agreement
The militant group said it is \"asking the Americans to seriously comply\" with a preliminary peace deal. US military officials have accused the group of distorting the deal, saying it should be the one reducing violence.
   
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France terror probe expands after deadly knife attack
Three suspects have been arrested in a terror investigation after a knife attack in southeast France that killed two. Five people were also injured in the attack, which occurred in broad daylight.
   
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Coronavirus: Greece quarantines migrant camps
Public health authorities have locked down two migrant camps after residents tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Rights groups have called on Athens to move migrants from squalid island camps to the mainland.
   
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Germany bite by bite: German Bread Dumplings
Germany has 16 federal states, each with its own typical regional dish ranging from hearty to sweet. We have put together 16 dishes for you to cook. So get into the kitchen and rattle some pots and pans!
   
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Russia: Man kills five for talking too loudly
A man in central Russia has shot and killed five people for making too much noise in front of his house, investigators say. The incident comes amid lockdown orders aimed at stemming the spread of coronavirus.
   
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EU\'s von der Leyen calls for \'Marshall Plan\' for Europe
The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has urged huge investments in the EU budget amid the coronavirus crisis. Spain\'s premier, too, wants a \"wartime economy\" followed by a recovery program.
   
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Coronavirus: Is the EU\'s Erasmus program under threat?
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended daily life for millions of Europeans. Among them are hundreds of thousands of young people living in different countries as part of the EU\'s Erasmus exchange program.
   
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France launches terror probe after two killed in stabbing
A knife attack in southeastern France has killed two people, with several others injured. A terror investigation is now underway.
   
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Sweden mulls U-turn on coronavirus restrictions
Sweden is one of the few European countries that has not yet put the country under some kind of lockdown to combat the spread of COVID-19. The government had demanded emergency powers to change this.
   
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Coronavirus: In Germany, medical students step up to fight COVID-19
Thousands of medical students across Germany have volunteered their services to support the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Hospitals appreciate the extra helping hands.
   
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Chernobyl: Radioactive forest near nuclear plant catches fire
A fire has broken out in a Ukrainian forest within the thousand-square-mile exclusion zone of the abandoned nuclear power plant at Chernobyl. Two firefighting planes and a helicopter were deployed to the scene.
   
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Coronavirus: Europe\'s forgotten Roma at risk
The COVID-19 pandemic is a looming disaster for the millions of Roma living in Central and Southeastern Europe. Instead of providing aid, many authorities have resorted to restrictive measures implemented by force.
   
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Land mines still a global threat, despite fewer deaths
Land mines and cluster bombs have turned war zones into deathtrap for decades. Thousands of civilians are accidentally killed each year, but international efforts have turned the tide against these deadly time bombs.
   
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Bundesliga: Hansi Flick is perfect for Bayern Munich, but not just because of the football
Hansi Flick has been appointed permanent Bayern Munich coach following a fine run of results as an interim. Flick is perfect for the role, as much for his loyalty as his coaching ability, writes DW\'s Michael da Silva.
   
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Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer wins UK Labour leadership
A former prosecutor from Labour\'s center-left wing has replaced Jeremy Corbyn. After years of dealing with Brexit, Starmer will now start his leadership head-on against the coronavirus pandemic.
   
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Women\'s Bundesliga not facing wave of bankruptcies — at least not yet
Just like the men\'s league, the women\'s Bundesliga has been forced to halt due to the coronavirus outbreak. While money is much tighter in the women\'s game, mass bankruptcies are not expected. Not yet, anyway.
   
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US firm denies German \'piracy\' claims over vanished face masks
The US company at the center of allegations that thousands of face masks destined for Germany were confiscated has denied the accusations. The global lack of protective gear has sparked a flurry of similar incidents.
   
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Opinion: Germans rally behind Merkel amid coronavirus crisis
A recent poll shows that Chancellor Angela Merkel\'s conservatives have seen a spike in popularity as Germany battles the coronavirus pandemic. This illustrates that our democracy is stable, says DW\'s Jens Thurau.
   
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Prague removes statue of Soviet General Konev
A Soviet general\'s statue in Prague was removed by a local council, prompting protest from Moscow. Ivan Konev led the liberation of the Czech capital in 1945, but many Czechs criticize his crackdowns after World War II.
   
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Angela Merkel sees \'bit of hope,\' but keeps coronavirus lockdown in place
German Chancellor Merkel refused to set an end date for the nationwide restrictions on public life but noted that an apparent drop in infection rates was a good sign. The rules are key to preserving lives, she said.
   
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Germany warns against easing coronavirus restrictions despite progress
The Robert Koch Institute has said that despite apparent improvements, it is too early to think about loosening social distancing rules. Officials are expected to discuss further anti-coronavirus restrictions.
   
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UK: Can a new leader remove Labour\'s anti-Semitism stain?
Under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, Labour has been blighted by allegations of anti-Semitism. Now, with his replacement to be announced, there are hopes of reconciliation with the Jewish community.
   
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Olympic silver medalist Julius Yego: \'The situation for many African athletes is tough\'
Julius Yego is Africa\'s most successful javelin thrower. He had been training for this summer\'s Olympic Games, until the cononavirus outbreak. He spoke to DW about what the pandemic has meant for him and sport in Africa.
   
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Angela Merkel returns to office after coronavirus quarantine
After contact with a doctor infected with coronavirus in March, the German chancellor was forced into quarantine. Now she has left her Berlin home for the first time in almost two weeks.
   
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Coronavirus lockdown impacts small business in Britain
The coronavirus lockdown in the UK has left many British workers unable to do their jobs. The promise of government help has brought comfort to some, but others still fear for their survival, as Rob Watts reports.
   
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East Germany\'s last foreign minister, Oskar Fischer, dies
One of the last major surviving government figures from the former East Germany, Oskar Fischer, has died. He was the GDR\'s last foreign minister, holding the role for 15 years.
   
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The throw-in coach: How one man wowed Jürgen Klopp and helped change the game
Jürgen Klopp and his players deserve plenty of credit for their Champions League triumph. But paying attention to a hitherto neglected aspect of the game has been a big factor in the Premier League leaders\' success.
   
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Laughter in times of crisis: 10 comedies from 10 decades
It\'s not easy to laugh right now. But finding cheerful distraction during the coronavirus crisis is legitimate, says DW film expert Jochen Kürten. He has selected 10 legendary comedies for home viewing.
   
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April showers, spiders and dew: German weather lore
Rain or shine? Today, people consult a weather app. For millennia, ancient weather lore, often in rhymes, would help predict weather patterns.
   
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Germany: WW2 bomb forces hospital evacuation
A hospital in Bonn was forced to move hundreds of patients, including those seriously ill with the coronavirus, so the explosive could be defused. More than a thousand nearby residents were also evacuated.
   
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As the coronavirus triggers a global economic crisis, just how bad could it get?
The spread of the new coronavirus and COVID-19 has had a profound effect on the global economy in a staggeringly short space of time. The longer-term impact depends on how quickly the virus can be tackled.
   
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Hackathons: An inclusive way to tackle the climate crisis?
Can an eclectic mix of hundreds of students brought together to work against the clock come up with technological solutions to the world\'s environmental problems?
   
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Coronavirus oil shock prompts Trump\'s about-face
The US president is seeking ways to prop up oil prices, even calling on Riyadh and Moscow to end their price war. It’s a remarkable U-turn for Trump, who once likened the oil price slump to a \"tax cut\" for US consumers.
   
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German adventurer and activist Rüdiger Nehberg dies
A baker by trade, Rüdiger Nehberg crossed the Atlantic on a raft, fought for the rights of the Yanomami people in the Amazon and campaigned against female genital mutilation in Africa and Asia.
   
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Coronavirus: Angela Merkel\'s approval ratings up amid health crisis
Germany\'s governing coalition has shot up in approval ratings amid the massive public health crisis unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Support for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has dropped.
   
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African entrepreneurs hard hit by Germany\'s COVID-19 crisis
Africans who own stores and hairdressers or produce music in Germany also make for a vibrant subculture. As the country now faces the COVID-19, the outlook is bleak for the Afro-German business community.
   
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Netflix\'s Tiger King: The isolated world\'s new obsession
The docuseries \"Tiger King\" achieves amazing things: It tells the incredible story of the big-cat collector Joe Exotic, distracting us from the coronavirus crisis. There\'s now a race for the most original memes.
   
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Coronavirus crisis: Underpaid, overstretched nursing staff demand more than applause
German nurses have been calling for better pay for years. During the coronavirus pandemic, suddenly they\'re getting recognition — even applause from people\'s balconies. But will the public remember when it\'s all over?
   
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NGOs fear COP26 postponement could scuttle climate change policy
The coronavirus pandemic has put the brakes on COP26, billed the most important climate conference since the Paris Accord in 2015. The delay casts further uncertainty on shaky climate pledges.
   
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What do futurists imagine for the post-coronavirus-pandemic world?
There\'s no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has changed daily life. But what changes will last? How will we live when it\'s all over? DW asked futurists for their visions of life after COVID-19.
   
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The tourism sector will bounce back
Already getting ready for the time after the coronavirus crisis? Yes, say tourism experts in Germany. Some are renovating, others are planning marketing measures for next year. What else can they do?
   
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Tough times ahead for climate protesters during corona pandemic
As many countries around the world have implemented lockdowns, environmental protesters like Fridays for Future are looking to the internet instead to the streets. But will it be enough to keep the momentum going?
   
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US: Fighting coronavirus-induced debt with two trillion-dollar supercoins?
The United States is going to spend trillions of dollars to cushion the impact of the spread of coronavirus, but the nation is already steeped in debt. Could two trillion-dollar coins resolve the problem as if by magic?
   
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Has the coronavirus opened the door to unchecked doping?
The corona pandemic has paralyzed a lot of things in life, including the battle against doping in sports. It has made drug testing almost impossible. Is this an open invitation for would-be cheaters?
   
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The doctor wears Prada: How fashion designers and TV series support hospitals
There is a shortage of protective masks and gloves amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, fashion companies are switching from haute couture to protective gowns. Even TV shows are donating their props to hospitals.
   
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Developing countries brace for bigger blow than 2008 crisis
The virus has yet to arrive at full strength in developing countries, but poor health care facilities and weak finances point to grim times ahead. For most, the pandemic already rivals the 2008 global financial crisis.
   
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Wagner music festival canceled over coronavirus concerns
Another pillar of Germany\'s culture has been canceled because of the coronavirus crisis: the Bayreuth Festival. Here is a look back at the past crises that disrupted the renowned event featuring Richard Wagner\'s works.
   
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Testing photo editing apps: \"Filto\"
If you want to take pictures with your smartphone and quickly share beautiful results, you need effective image editing tools. DW Digital tests the most popular apps. This week: \"Filto\".
   
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Australia\'s slow reaction to the coronavirus crisis
Returning to Australia from Germany, reporter Sean Goodwin found that his home country\'s reaction to the coronavirus crisis mirrors its laid-back attitude. Where does this optimistic mentality come from?
   
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From New York to Berlin: \'Unorthodox\' adapted into Netflix series
An ultra-Orthodox Jew leaves her community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and finds freedom in Berlin. Deborah Feldman\'s bestselling memoir has been adapted into a series that reveals life in a secluded world.
   
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Coronavirus and mental health: \'We are not made for social isolation\'
Wash your hands, keep your distance, be flexible: These are difficult for many, but, for many people with mental illnesses, these can be a huge problem. We fear for our lungs — and forget the most vulnerable among us.
   
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Coronavirus: Bundesliga must finish season or face dire financial consequences
German football appears determined to finish the current season after all 36 clubs in the top two divisions agreed to suspend play until at least April 30. DW looks at why they can’t afford to entertain any other option.
   
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Solidarity: How the coronavirus makes us more willing to help
Panic buying and corona parties: SARS-CoV-2 triggers fear and selfish behavior. But solidarity, helpfulness and empathy are also side effects of crises. And there are many good reasons for that.
   
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Coronavirus: How do ventilators work?
Critically ill COVID-19 patients need artificial respiration. But there is a worldwide lack of equipment.
   
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New school curriculum raises eyebrows in Orban\'s Hungary
Anti-Semitic authors will soon be compulsory reading in Hungarian schools, and history books will be rewritten to promote pride in the nation. Viktor Orban\'s controversial new school curriculum is drawing outrage.
   
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Coronavirus: Concerns over Champions League matches which still went ahead
The Champions League game between Atalanta and Valencia in Milan has been described as a \"biological bomb\" as far as the coronavirus is concerned. Yet thousands of fans also attended matches in Leipzig and Liverpool.
   
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Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum during coronavirus lockdown
The Singer Laren museum near Amsterdam had closed its doors earlier in March as part of nationwide restrictions because of coronavirus. Thieves have broken in and stolen a work by Vincent van Gogh.
   
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Coronavirus: China and responsible action
China is providing urgently needed assistance to Europe in the coronavirus crisis. But what is needed for the long term is a ban on the trade in wild animals. Otherwise, the next pandemic is as good as certain.
   
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What Beethoven, Goethe and others wrote to their distant loved ones
The coronavirus crisis is challenging for couples in a long-distance relationship. At least the internet helps people stay in touch. Famous love letters from the past can provide more inspiration.
   
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Is comparing coronavirus death rates futile?
Comparing coronavirus statistics is virtually impossible right now because each country collects the data differently. DW asks public health expert Professor Tobias Kurth of Berlin\'s Charité hospital to explain why.
   
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Germany\'s longest-running soap opera \'Lindenstrasse\' ends after three decades on air
The show \"Lindenstrasse,\" a mainstay of German TV for 35 years, ended its run due to declining viewership. In its early years, the iconic show broke many taboos, including the first-ever gay kiss on German TV.
   
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Coronavirus: Why are the death rates different?
Many of us are tracking the daily coronavirus infection and death rates. You may have noticed that the death rates differ greatly from country to country. Here are some of the main reasons.
   
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Evolution: Why females live longer
On average, women live longer than men. According to a new study, this also applies to the animal kingdom. Is that because males across all species tend to have stupid ideas more often?
   
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Coronavirus: Sport in Belarus ignores crisis
While sports all over the world are on hold, Belarus\'s top football and ice hockey leagues are set to play in front of live audiences this weekend. Organizers of the women\'s Super Cup are even offering free admission.
   
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Psychologist Simon Wessely: \'Mass quarantine is not sustainable over a long period of time\'
Boredom. Frustration. Anger. Anxiety. Strain on relationships. Depression. More than a billion humans around the globe are trying — hard — to endure these various symptoms of self-isolation. Expect many to fail.
   
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Coronavirus: From bats to pangolins, how do viruses reach us?
Pangolins are now confirmed carriers of viruses closely related to SARS-CoV-2. But as with SARS and MERS, bats are the most likely original source. Scientists believe bats\' unique genetic quirks make them ideal hosts.
   
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Coronavirus: Professional tennis facing crucial test as Roland Garros breaks ranks
The ATP and WTA are among the organizations that have interrupted their seasons due to the coronavirus. Yet amid gestures of solidarity, the French Tennis Federation has gone its own way, much to the irritation of many.
   
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How to stay healthy at home during the coronavirus lockdown
Cooped up and feeling sluggish, bored, even a bit miserable? Despite being confined indoors during the coronavirus outbreak, there are still lots of things you can do to protect your health and wellbeing.
   
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Tokyo 2020 postponement poses Herculean financial challenge
The organizers of the 2020 Olympics were left with no choice but to postpone the summer Games in Tokyo. What’s now facing them is an unprecedented financial and organizational challenge.
   
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The math in music: Why numbers don\'t rule the universe
Music is all emotion, right? For some it\'s a calculated, mathematical puzzle. We\'ve used math to explain music and sound for thousands of years. Pythagoras said numbers ruled the universe. But he was wrong.
   
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Up to 30% of coronavirus cases asymptomatic
In South Korea, nationwide testing, comprehensive isolation of Covid-19 patients and strict rules on social interaction have shown results. The measures have proved effective in slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
   
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Corona stimulus plans overlook \'historic\' chance for climate crisis
The COVID-19 outbreak has sent countries scrambling to avert economic disaster. Yet in a time of climate change, none appear to be prioritizing clean energy plans. DW spoke with experts to find out why.
   
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Meet Rob Greenfield, aspiring millionaire turned radical environmental activist
Rob Greenfield is on a mission to bring a sustainable living message to the world using unusual approaches from wearing the trash he produces and foraging for food to cycling penniless across the US on a bamboo bicycle.