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From Dakar to Casamance - a journey through Senegal
The West African country is hardly known as a tourist destination. In addition to the capital, Dakar, attractions include kilometers of sandy beaches and huge mangrove forests. Time for a visit.
   
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BMW widens recall over coolant issue
German auto manufacturer BMW has announced it\'s recalling over a million more vehicles than originally planned over fears the affected cars can catch fire. Car owners shouldn\'t worry too much, though, BMW insisted.
   
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Jamal Khashoggi: Erdogan says murder was \'planned\'
The Turkish president has laid out the first official version of the investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Saudi Arabia could face its worst crisis if the crown prince is linked to the killing.
   
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Little blue superstars: Smurfs at 60
When cartoonist Peyo first introduced the Smurfs as supporting figures in a 1958 comic, he had no idea that they would go on to become some of the world\'s best-loved comic characters. And the story all began with salt...
   
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Can religious leaders help keep Kabul\'s water flowing?
People have been praying for water since time immemorial. As supplies to the Afghan capital Kabul reach dangerously low levels, the city government hopes religious leaders can help. But not how you may think.
   
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Cristiano Ronaldo defends himself amid rape claims ahead of Manchester return
Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken publicly for the first time about the rape allegations that swirl around him. The Juventus star is back in Manchester for a Champions League game on Tuesday evening against his former club.
   
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OECD: Equal opportunity improving in German schools
German pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds still lag behind their counterparts from affluent families, a new OECD study shows. But there was some good news as far as social mobility in education is concerned.
   
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India allows \'green\' firecrackers for Diwali
India\'s top court has allowed limited use of \"safe and green\" firecrackers during Diwali festivities next month. The ruling is a setback for activists who wanted a complete ban on fireworks to curb soaring pollution.
   
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Saudi investment conference kicks off in Riyadh
A three-day international investment conference has started in Saudi Arabia to help the nation overcome its dependence on oil revenues. The meeting got off to a bumpy start amid a major Saudi image crisis.
   
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From Germany to \'Islamic State\': Christian\'s journey
To Sabine Lappe, Christian was a dream child. But her beloved son became an IS terrorist who died in Syria. The bereaved mother shared her story with Deutsche Welle.
   
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Hurricane Willa threatens Mexico\'s Pacific coast
The Category 4 storm could have a \"potentially catastrophic impact\" on Western Sinaloa and Nayarit states. The hurricane will make landfall on the same day as Tropical Storm Vicente hammers the coast further south.
   
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China opens Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge
At 55 kilometers, it\'s the world\'s longest sea-crossing bridge and connects the semi-autonomous cities of Hong Kong and Macau with mainland China. But the project was hit by delays, cost overruns and safety concerns.
   
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Fake Dead Sea Scrolls fragments found by German researchers
The Museum of the Bible has announced that five pieces of its centerpiece Dead Sea Scrolls collection are fakes. German researchers found that the fragments had showed \"characteristics inconsistent with ancient origin.\"
   
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Monsanto liable for cancer-causing Roundup weed killer, judge rules
A US judge has denied Monsanto a new trial after finding the agrochemical company liable for its cancer-causing product. The verdict dragged down shares in Monsanto\'s German parent, Bayer.
   
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German beaver fells tree on to yacht
Police said a couple making their way down the Müritz-Elbe waterway were \"very lucky\" to have survived the incident. Once on the brink of extinction, the beaver is making a comeback in Germany and across Europe.
   
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Brexit drags up Northern Ireland\'s dark past
Twenty-five years after the death of his wife, Alan McBride continues to preach reconciliation in Northern Ireland. But Brexit and a hard border threaten to undo peace. Louise Osborne and Jennifer Collins report.
   
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Donald Trump\'s INF exit: Masterminded by John Bolton, to Russia\'s benefit
Donald Trump\'s planned withdrawal from a key arms control treaty with Moscow has the handwriting of his hawkish national security advisor and could trigger a new arms race. Still, Europe bears part of the blame.
   
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Patients contract Hepatitis C after surgery with anesthetist
Twelve people have been infected with Hepatitis C after undergoing surgery involving an anesthetist who also had the disease. It remains unclear if the disease was spread through negligence or intentionally.
   
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Here, there, and in the toilet? Microplastics now found in our poop
Microplastics can be found just about everywhere, from the depths of the ocean to our beer. So it\'s not a surprise that these tiny bits of plastic have made their way into our poo. But what does it mean for our health?
   
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Bulgaria seizes fake banknotes in biggest raid for a decade
Bulgarian authorities have raided an illegal counterfeit operation that was making high-quality fake banknotes. A printing press and high-denomination euro and dollar bills were found in the basement of a hotel.
   
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Jamal Khashoggi\'s murder through the lens of Middle Eastern media
Media outlets in the Middle East are getting clear instructions on the right way to cover the Jamal Khashoggi case. Qatari and Saudi media, in particular, disagree in a region where press freedom is largely unknown.
   
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German supermarket baby food poisoner gets 12.5 years
A man who put poisoned baby food on supermarket shelves in a bid to extort millions has received a stiff jail sentence. He was found guilty on five counts of attempted murder along with attempted extortion.
   
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Donald Trump vows to cut Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala foreign aid
US President Donald Trump has said he will cut foreign aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, as a caravan of migrants makes its way toward the US-Mexico border. He branded the situation a \"national emergency.\"
   
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Cameroon: President Paul Biya wins seventh term in landslide victory
Biya\'s victory was widely predicted following an election marred by allegations of fraud. But the government\'s crackdown on influential activists suggests Biya\'s decades-long hold on power may be slipping.
   
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Prepare for a \'new Cold War\' without INF, Russia analyst says
US President Trump did Russian President Putin a favor by leaving a treaty limiting some nuclear weapons, a Russia analyst tells DW. The world may need to prepare for a new Cold War.
   
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Opinion: Paul Biya\'s re-election is an insult to the people of Cameroon
Incumbent Paul Biya has won Cameroon\'s presidency for a seventh time, taking a reported 71 percent of the vote. DW\'s Fred Muvunyi says it\'s another seven years of pain that Cameroonians will have to endure.
   
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Ethiopia signs peace deal with rebel group in oil-rich region
After over 30 years of conflict, Ethiopia has secured a peace agreement with the separatist ONLF group. The deal opens up a political path for ONLF to push for the rights of ethnic Somalis in eastern Ethiopia.
   
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Britain\'s May says divorce deal with EU almost done
British Prime Minister Theresa May has told parliamentarians that 95 percent of a Brexit deal has been agreed with the EU. The bad news? The Irish border belongs in the unsolved 5 percent.
   
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Champions League: Bayern Munich needs Thomas Müller to find form in Athens
Thomas Müller has been in a goalscoring funk for the last two months. A strong performance from the German international in Athens against AEK could start to get his season, and Bayern Munich\'s, back on track.
   
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\'We are the magicians\': Roma and Sinti artists create a bold vision from Berlin
A million Roma and Sinti people perished in the Holocaust, yet they remain the \"minority of the minorities\" across Europe. The Galerie Kai Dikhas, dedicated to Roma art, has become a vital platform to tell their story.
   
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Angela Merkel puts on hold arms sales to Saudi Arabia
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Germany will stop exporting weapons to Saudi Arabia, at least for the time being. The decision comes in the wake of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a Saudi consulate.
   
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Paco Alcacer: The missing piece in the puzzle
Borussia Dortmund\'s Spanish hitman has hit the ground running, scoring goals for fun and shattering record after record. DW looks at precisely why Paco Alcacer has settled in so well at the Westfalenstadion.
   
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How will the EU-Italy budget standoff be resolved?
Italy\'s populist government has spooked Brussels with an ambitious draft budget after vowing to end austerity. DW\'s Bernd Riegert explains how the country plans to have its cake and eat it.
   
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Catch 22: Is European football too much for some Bundesliga teams?
Last season Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke profited from a lack of European football. With that pair struggling and Gladbach and Werder Bremen focused and flying, are European campaigns hindering some German clubs?
   
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Disaster-prone nations threatened by huge insurance gap
New research from Lloyd\'s and CEBR has shown that vast assets are underinsured, posing a huge threat to livelihoods particularly in poorer nations. Those most at risk are also those with the lowest insurance levels.
   
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The Odessa massacre: Remembering the \'Holocaust by bullets\'
German and Romanian officials have attended a memorial service for the 30,000 people, mostly Ukrainian Jews, murdered on October 22-23, 1941. The massacre has been a long overlooked page of WWII history — until now.
   
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The sole Jewish survivor remembers the Odessa massacre of 1941
Mihail Zaslavsky is the only known survivor among tens of thousands of Ukrainian Jews who were executed or burned alive following a bomb attack on October 22, 1941. The 93-year-old told DW how he escaped the Nazis.
   
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Italy defies EU, sticks to budget proposal
Italy\'s populist government is determined to stand by its plans to raise its already high deficit despite a formal warning from the EU. Rome has, however, promised to keep an eye on its sizable debt pile.
   
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Bundesliga Bulletin: Bayern bounce back, BVB lethal, Schalke toothless
After a difficult month, Bayern Munich resumed normal service. Borussia Dortmund can\'t stop scoring, unlike rivals Schalke, whose lack of firepower is becoming a big problem. Bremen and Gladbach continue to impress.
   
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Ryanair suffers first profit slump in 5 years
Irish no-frills carrier Ryanair has reported a decline in profits for the first half of its fiscal year. Europe\'s largest budget airline said the slump was due to repeated strikes and higher fuel prices.
   
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Brexit deal \'95 percent complete\': Theresa May
Theresa May will tell lawmakers that Brexit talks are \"95 percent complete,\" although Northern Ireland remains a sticking point. The British PM is desperate to stem a potential rebellion from hardliners in her party.
   
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Angela Merkel aims to ward off diesel car ban in Germany
Angela Merkel has pledged to introduce legislation to stop \"disproportionate\" bans on diesel cars. The chancellor was speaking ahead of the state election in Hesse, where her CDU is desperate for a good showing.
   
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WWII resistance fighter who thwarted Nazi nuclear plan dies
A Norwegian man who led a daring raid to sabotage Nazi Germany\'s nuclear weapon ambitions has died at the age of 99. The story of the World War II operation has been retold in books, TV series and a Hollywood film.
   
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France: Teenager who pointed fake gun at teacher charged by police
A French teenager filmed brandishing an air gun at his teacher has been charged with aggravated assault. The incident near Paris has triggered outrage from several lawmakers, including President Emmanuel Macron.
   
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Poland\'s nationalist PiS party comes out on top in local elections
The ruling euroskeptic PiS party has emerged as the winner in provincial council elections that were seen as a test of support for the party. However, the opposition scored in a key race for the mayor of Warsaw.
   
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Opinion: How long can Heiko Herrlich hold on at Bayer Leverkusen?
After two wins in eight games, Bayer Leverkusen have the fifth-worst defensive record in the league and have only scored nine. With tough fixtures to come, DW\'s Matt Ford wonders how long Heiko Herrlich can hold on.
   
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CSU\'s Horst Seehofer hints at willingness to step down
All eyes have been on German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer and his CSU\'s poor showing in Bavaria\'s state election. Seehofer has now signaled his willingness to step down, but not for the reasons many would think.
   
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Saudi Arabia calls Jamal Khashoggi killing a \'grave mistake\'
Saudi Arabia has called the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi a \"huge and grave mistake,\" but said the crown prince had not been aware of the murder. Turkey has said it will give a full account of Khashoggi\'s death.
   
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Hundreds of migrants scale Spanish enclave fence
One man died and several were injured as hundreds tried to reach the Spanish enclave of Melilla from Morocco. Despite the Spanish government\'s promise to remove barbed wire on top of the fence, it has not yet done so.
   
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PEGIDA\'s fourth anniversary: Thousands in Dresden for rival rallies
Some 10,000 people joined demonstrations in Dresden opposing a celebratory PEGIDA rally. The far-right group held its first \"evening stroll\" four years ago.
   
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What is the Orthodox Church?
After the Catholic and Protestant churches, the Eastern Orthodox Church is the world\'s third-largest Christian faith. As a rift between its Ukrainian and Russian branches deepen, DW looks at its history and beliefs.
   
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Rescued migrants in limbo while waiting for resettlement in Germany
More than 100 migrants who were rescued at sea have been waiting months to be transferred to Germany, the German government says. Bureaucracy seems to be the main obstacle.
   
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Beautiful but aloof: Catherine Deneuve turns 75
The French actress has worked with greats likes Luis Bunuel and Roman Polanski, often playing bourgeois women who teeter on the edge. Celebrated as one of Europe\'s best actresses, she is not without controversy.
   
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Women struggle to survive Greece\'s notorious refugee camp
Women stranded as refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos face daily violence, never-ending asylum procedures and horrible living conditions. DW\'s Marianna Karakoulaki spoke with some of them about their experiences.
   
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Bayern Munich back to winning ways but not everything is fixed
After a difficult few weeks, Bayern Munich are once again celebrating a win. Though they deserved victory over Wolfsburg, there are signs that a fair bit of work is needed to get back to where the club wants to be.
   
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German defense minister names Mongolian horse \'true friendship\' as Asia tour starts
Ursula von der Leyen has kicked off a tour of Asia in Ulaanbaatar, where she didn\'t look her gift horse in the mouth but did whisper into its ear. She will also head to China, Australia and Bahrain for security talks.
   
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\'The best is yet to come!\': Reiss Nelson making his mark in the Bundesliga
Two English teenagers were among the goals in the Bundesliga this weekend. While Jadon Sancho has made the headlines with Borussia Dortmund, Reiss Nelson\'s development at Hoffenheim has been no less impressive.
   
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German professor goes to court to challenge €2,250 library book fine
A psychology professor is facing a fine of €1,000 and a further €1,250 in admin fees for the late return of 50 books, after missing a deadline by 40 days. Her lawyer has told a judge that the fine is extortionate.
   
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Unlocking violent crime through epigenetics
Violent people are often the product of violent surroundings. But genetics can play a role, too. Traumatic experience can be passed down from generation to generation — and manifest itself in violent outbreaks.
   
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Eastern German states demand €60 billion for coal phaseout
With Germany\'s political mainstream under fire, coal is becoming a hot-button issue in the East. Regional leaders say that unless they get billions in extra funds, the far right will exploit changes in energy policy.
   
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China unveils plans to launch man-made moon into space
China has made public its plans to launch an \'artificial moon\' by 2020. It\'s hoped the light source will replace streetlamps and lower exorbitant electricity costs in the country\'s rural areas.
   
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Saudi Arabia is Germany\'s second-best weapons customer
Germany has approved arms exports to Saudi Arabia to the tune of more than €400 million this year. The latest figures have angered those demanding an export stop in view of the kingdom\'s doubtful human rights record.
   
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Cologne hostage-taker was \'slated for deportation\'
The Syrian suspect behind the hostage situation at Cologne\'s central train station was reportedly due to be deported in 2015. German authorities have been accused of dropping the ball.
   
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Ryanair: German minister pledges law change for more workers\' rights
Ryanair pilots and cabin staff in Germany have been promised a works council inside the Irish airline by Labor Minister Hubertus Heil. The budget carrier claims to have reached a deal with Portuguese pilots.
   
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BepiColombo spacecraft launch: A long mission to Mercury begins
BepiColombo is set to begin its long journey to one of the least studied of Earth\'s seven neighboring planets. It is hoped the probe will offer insights into how our solar system was formed.
   
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2018 wildlife photography winners highlight nature\'s beauty
The top wildlife photographers of 2018 have been crowned, with South Africa\'s Skye Meaker taking top honors in the youth category. Meaker tells DW of how he got his start — and of the challenges of working with leopards.
   
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Berlin and Beyond: #MeToo, German style
From the outset, the German response to the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and assault was noted for its quiet. Tamsin Walker asks how that has changed a year on from its arrival.
   
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Deutschland 86: Spy drama rebooted, braced for communism\'s collapse
The German drama series Deutschland 83, which gained a global cult following, returns for a new season set three years later. Undercover spy Martin Rauch, who\'s been banished to Africa, is called back to the field.
   
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Hans Christian Andersen\'s lesser-known talent: paper cuttings
Best known for his fairy tales such as The Little Mermaid and The Ugly Duckling, the Danish storyteller also created hundreds of paper silhouettes. An exhibition in Bremen shows his remaining visual works.
   
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Asterix translator Anthea Bell dies at 82
Along with the French comic series, Bell was the award-winning translator behind the English version of German literature classics, including works by Kafka, W.G. Sebald, Stefan Zweig and Siegfried Lenz.
   
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\'Florence and its painters\' exhibition exalts Giotto, Botticelli and da Vinci
From the birthplace of Renaissance art, some 120 masterpieces by Florentine painters have gone on display in Munich.The exhibition at Munich\'s Alte Pinakothek provides a detailed insight into their working methods.
   
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Could oil nation Norway help save the climate?
The world may not be able to make necessary changes in time to limit rapid global temperature rise, the UN climate panel has warned. Existing emissions must also be captured and stored. Norway thinks it has the answer.
   
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Orange is the New Black canceled after seven seasons
Netflix\'s most-watched original series, set in an American women\'s prison, is to end its run in 2019. The groundbreaking show centers around a woman jailed for a drugs offense a decade after the crime took place.
   
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Can you call your baby Adolf?
What\'s in a name? Based on a French box office hit, a new German comedy plays on the fact that \"Adolf\" still isn\'t something you can take lightly. But some comedians have successfully managed to do so.
   
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Banksy video says \'Balloon Girl\' shredding went wrong
The renowned street artist Banksy has released a video suggesting that the shredding of \"Balloon Girl\" didn\'t go as planned. The canvas wasn\'t totally cut into strips — and the artwork\'s value likely went up.
   
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UN drugs board slams Canada cannabis legalization
After recreational marijuana became legal in Canada, the Vienna-based International Narcotics Control Board slammed the decision in a statement calling the step incompatible with UN international drug treaties.
   
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Roseanne Barr hits out as TV character is killed off in spinoff
The US comedian said the way she died from an opioid overdose in the new show, The Conners, was \"grim and morbid.\" Barr was fired in May and her successful sitcom canceled after she sent a racist tweet.
   
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Reading Matter? 100 German Must-Reads!
DW\'s list of German-language novels published since 1900 that have been translated into English is the first of its kind.
   
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Bangtan Boys: the K-Pop group more tweet-worthy than Donald Trump
Now performing in Berlin, the South Korean Bangtan Boys, or BTS, with Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook, not only top worldwide album charts, but also social media trends. What\'s behind the K-Pop craze?
   
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Canada\'s cannabis legalization goes into effect
Canadians can now purchase and grow their own marijuana after a two-year effort by the government. While enthusiasts have hailed the move, some health officials have warned of the perils of an \"uncontrolled experiment.\"
   
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Big beef versus family farms: A war of ideas in Brazil
When a group of Brazilian families occupied disused farmland they found lifeless soil and water. Fifteen years on, they have brought it back to health. Their story is part of a larger battle over Brazil\'s farming future.
   
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Unveiling the history of the headscarf
A headscarf is often associated today with the head coverings worn by Muslim women. But an exhibition at Vienna\'s Weltmuseum shows the many — and sometimes contradictory — meanings the headscarf has embodied over time.
   
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German expressions with a color to brighten up your life
As in every language, German has a number of idioms referring to a color. But some of their literal translations can be enigmatic for English speakers. Can you guess their meaning?
   
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Anna Burns wins Man Booker Prize for novel Milkman
She is the first woman to have won the renowned literary prize since 2013 and the first award winner from Northern Ireland. Her novel Milkman explores sectarian violence that plagued the region for 30 years.
   
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Should there be a \'meat tax\' to fight climate change?
Meat would actually cost about triple its current market price if we factored in its environmental impact. Could a \"meat tax\" cut consumption and help do what needs to be done to fight climate change?
   
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Democracy in danger: Elections are easy to manipulate
Manipulated elections undermine confidence in democracy. Yet digital electoral systems are frighteningly vulnerable to attacks. The solution is surprisingly simple.
   
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Obama\'s former photographer throws \'Shade\' in new book
Pete Souza, the former White House photographer under President Obama, has released \"Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents,\" a book filled with archived pictures that may induce nostalgia.
   
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Breathing easy: Hanoi attempts to improve its air quality
If Hanoi wants clean air, residents in the Vietnamese capital are going to have to kick their moped habit. Or at least trade in polluting models for cleaner alternatives.
   
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Climate change could cause \'severe\' global beer shortage
Increasing droughts around the world may reduce barley yields, resulting in shortages of beer, a fall in global consumption and a rise in prices for the beloved beverage around the world, a new study finds.
   
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Open source pharma: How to stop the rot in drug discovery
There\'s something rotten in the state of pharma — greed, secrecy, inefficiency — it\'s all there. And there\'s no easy fix. But moves toward a more caring, sharing industry through \"open source pharma\" may be a start.
   
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Plastic waste and the recycling myth
Germany is hailed worldwide as a recycling champion. But like many European countries, it actually recycles a lot less plastic packaging waste than commonly understood — with dire consequences for the environment.
   
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Are astronauts stuck on the ISS? A few questions and answers
The only rocket that takes humans to space has been grounded. Until \"spring.\" That has all sorts of consequences for the astronauts on the space station.
   
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Opinion: Hambach Forest a battlefield for the planet\'s future
Hambach Forest is sacred ground. It must be left standing as a monument to our folly — and our ability to shift course and do the right thing, says author and environmental activist Bill McKibben.
   
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How hard is living without plastic?
In 2016, DW reporter Tamsin Walker made it her New Year\'s resolution to eradicate plastic packaging from her life. After an initial shock to the system, she got used to it. But did she stick to it?
   
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Hurricane Michael makes landfall in Florida: \'Our worst fears realized\'
Hurricane Michael has caused widespread damage across the Florida Panhandle. The Category 4 monster was among the most powerful hurricanes in half a century to strike the mainland United States.
   
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How the UK slowly turned against single-use plastics
Communities around the UK are trying to rid their towns and villages of polluting plastics. What started as a small grassroots campaign has spread nationwide, garnering support from unexpected places.