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9 shootings in 50 days: Italy\'s ugly face of racism
A string of alleged or openly racist attacks on minorities in Italy has fueled a debate about whether the country has a growing problem with racism and xenophobia. Ylenia Gostoli reports from Rome.
   
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Germany nosedives in FIFA rankings after World Cup exit
Germany\'s embarrassing World Cup exit cost them dearly in the FIFA rankings. They\'ve hit their lowest ebb in more than 12 years. World champions France topped the charts for the first time in 16 years.
   
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Orangutan conservation bears fruit on Borneo
The Malaysian state of Sarawak is home to some of the largest but most at-risk populations of orangutans in the world. The Semenggoh Wildlife preserve is at the forefront of efforts to ensure they survive.
   
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Frenchman jailed over hoax bomb call to delay plane in London
After realizing he was running late for his flight, a 47-year-old London librarian made a hoax bomb call to delay the plane. Police said the move was \"quite ridiculous\" following his appearance before court.
   
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Poland\'s president vetoes altered election rules
Polish President Duda has vetoed a reform of European Parliament electoral rules that would favor bigger Polish parties. He himself may need the backing of smaller parties to be re-elected in two years\' time.
   
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UN to open Palestinian schools despite US funding cuts
Even with a budget shortfall, UNRWA said it is crucial to \"protect the fundamental right to education.\" But the UN agency charged with assisting Palestinian refugees has said they aren\'t \"out of the woods\" yet.
   
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Mali: Incumbent Keita declared victor after disputed vote
Mali electoral officials have named President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita the winner of a poll marred by violence and accusations of fraud. Opposition leader Soumaila Cisse had already called on his supporters to \"rise up.\"
   
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On a Greek shore, rich Turks spend despite the crisis
Despite the Turkish lira crisis, tourists from the country are still flocking to Greece with ample funds in their pockets. Marianthi Milona reports from Alexandroupoli, where the contradictions of modern Turkey are felt.
   
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Atlantia motorway operator: Not just active in Italy
Linked to the bridge collapse in Genoa, Italy\'s Atlantia toll road operator has come under enormous pressure, seeing its shares tanking in Milan. With activities in many countries, the firm has a lot to lose.
   
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Journalists\' role in 1988 Gladbeck hostage crisis was \'unethical\' - press council
Manfred Protze was one of the reporters who closely followed the Gladbeck hostage-takers on their escape across Germany. Now a spokesman for the German Press Council, he views the drama with fresh perspective.
   
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Thailand moves to ban importing e-waste and plastic
In a bid to stop stockpiling garbage in Thailand, the government plans to ban imports of plastic and electronic waste. The environment minister has called on the Thai recycling industry to use domestic scrap first.
   
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Toni Kroos: Mesut Özil talked a lot of \'nonsense\' when quitting German team
Toni Kroos had strong words for Mesut Özil, saying that the manner of his departure was \"out of order.\" He also has said that he will carry on playing for Germany after the shock early exit from the World Cup.
   
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Kim Jong Nam murder: Malaysia court orders suspects to present defense
A Malaysian judge has refused to throw out the case of two women accused of assassinating the brother of North Korea\'s Kim Jong Un. The murder was \"no prank,\" the judge said.
   
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Germany tolerant of LGBT neighbors, but not Muslim ones
While homophobia has seen a drastic decrease in Germany over the years, Islamophobia has remained stubbornly stagnant. A new Playboy poll has found that most Germans are opposed to mosques, hijab, and refugee homes.
   
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\'Islamic State\' youth fighters keep the faith in prison
Iraqi youngsters are doing time for their roles in the \"Islamic State\" terror group. Some will leave jail even more radicalized. As one of the first foreign journalists, Judit Neurink visited Irbil\'s juvenile prison.
   
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US media fight back against Trump attacks
US newspapers have launched a concerted campaign to counter President Donald Trump\'s attacks on the press dubbed #EnemyOfNone. Over 350 media outlets are carrying editorials stressing the importance of free journalism.
   
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German hostage drama: The day the press became the story
It was dubbed the \"darkest hour\" in postwar German media history. DW takes a look back at the Gladbeck hostage drama and how coverage of the event 30 years ago shattered the nation and redefined the rules of reporting.
   
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German politician targeted by haters over climate refugees
Ricarda Lang received death and rape threats after her comments about supporting climate refugees were published. The spokeswoman for the Green Youths says she won\'t stop voicing her opinions despite the experience.
   
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Afghanistan: Gunmen attack spy training center in Kabul
At two least gunmen have been killed while attempting to lay siege to an intelligence facility in the Afghan capital. A day before, scores of students were killed in an attack described by rights groups as a war crime.
   
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China, US to resume trade talks
China has said it will hold a fresh round of trade talks with the United States in Washington later this month, providing some hope that the current conflict between the world\'s two largest economies can be defused.
   
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Egyptian mummy in Turin museum proves embalming predates the Pharaohs
In the Egyptian Museum since the 1900s, the mummy affectionately known as Fred has provided scientists with the recipe used for ancient embalming. It also shows bodies were embalmed 1,500 years earlier than thought.
   
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Homosexual Afghan not \'gay enough\' for asylum in Austria
A migration official said the introverted nature of the 18-year-old refugee was at odds with homosexuals \"being rather social.\" The young man feared for his safety in Afghanistan, where homosexuality is illegal.
   
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Campsite owners risk charges in France as caretaker\'s body found
Confirmation of the German caretaker\'s death means the camp\'s owners could be prosecuted for involuntary homicide. A flash flood swept through the camp forcing the evacuation of more than a hundred children.
   
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Brazil: Lula da Silva launches presidential candidacy - from prison
Electoral authorities have to determine if the embattled ex-president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva\'s controversial candidacy is legal, given his criminal conviction. Lula is the current frontrunner in the October elections.
   
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German river levels fall in heat, drought as farmers seek help
An unusually long period of heat and drought, especially in northern and eastern Germany, has seen river water levels fall to the lowest in years. Farmers are seeking help as their crops wither in the fields.
   
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UEFA Super Cup: Atletico see off rivals Real Madrid in Tallinn
Saul Niguez\'s fine volley helped Atletico Madrid beat rivals Real Madrid for the first time in European competition to claim the UEFA Super Cup. Real Madrid get off to a losing start under new coach Julen Lopetegui.
   
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Tajikistan journalist fights for freedom, transparency
Journalist Khayrullo Mirsaidov could spend years behind bars. His crime: calling out government corruption. An international campaign is working to set him free and protect free expression in Tajikistan.
   
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Stolen Buddha statue spotted in UK, returned to India
A miniature Buddha statue stolen from India over five decades ago has been handed back to the country\'s high commission in London. Police said it was spotted at a British trade fair.
   
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US condemns Turkey\'s \'retaliatory\' tariffs
Washington has said Turkey\'s tariffs on US products ranging from cars to tobacco was \"a step in the wrong direction.\" Ankara\'s diplomatic and trade spat with Washington has contributed to a full-blown currency crisis.
   
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Italy declares state of emergency after Genoa bridge collapse
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has declared a 12-month state of emergency in Genoa after the collapse of the Morandi Bridge. The cause of the collapse remains unclear, but several possibilities have been flagged.
   
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Italy\'s populists dismissed Genoa bridge fears as \'fairytale\' in 2013
One of Italy\'s governing parties claimed several years ago that an imminent bridge collapse was a \"fairytale.\" Calls for the resignations in the wake of Genoa\'s disaster are being resisted by road operator Autostrade.
   
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Time running out for the EU\'s changing clocks?
Tired of going back and forth: Should the European Union remain forever in summer\'s daylight saving time? A survey across the bloc on the question has received a record number of responses.
   
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German court: Bring back bin Laden\'s suspected bodyguard
A court in the western German city of Münster has ruled that the deportation of suspected jihadist Sami A. was illegal. Separately, a top judge said the officials witheld information in order to deport him.
   
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Russia: Rights groups slam teenage trials
A young woman is on trial in Moscow for allegedly founding an extremist group — one of a number of teenagers Russian authorities are prosecuting. Human rights groups are concerned, reports Miodrag Soric from Moscow.
   
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Singapore copes with record-high elderly suicide rate
In 2017, Singapore recorded its highest-ever number of suicides among people aged over 60. DW spoke with a suicide prevention specialist about what is causing this alarming trend and how the community is taking action.
   
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Russia refuses to pardon jailed Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov
Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov has been on hunger strike in a Russian jail for more than three months. Now the Kremlin has rejected his mother\'s request for clemency, and said Sentsov should request the pardon himself.
   
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What’s behind the remarkable rise of German fintech Wirecard?
When a little-known online payments firm from a small German town called Aschheim overtakes Deutsche Bank in stock market value, people tend to take notice. What makes Wirecard tick?
   
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Tarantulas: Cambodia\'s disappearing delicacy
Eating a fried tarantula has become a popular photo opportunity for tourists in Cambodia. However, this delicacy is in danger of disappearing, thanks to deforestation and over-harvesting of the spiders.
   
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Gothenburg car fires: Swedish man arrested in Turkey
Swedish police believe the series of car fires started by a number of youths were coordinated using smartphones. Police are yet to determine a motive for the attacks, which saw more than 100 cars burned or vandalized.
   
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Opinion: The Erdogan-Trump rivalry turns dangerous
Turkey is a country in crisis, the Lira\'s freefall being a case in point. President Erdogan needs to tackle this, but a diplomatic row with the US could force him to go against his nature, writes DW\'s Seda Serdar.
   
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Putting Portugal on the power grid
The power lines connecting France and the Iberian Peninsula are set to be upgraded. But will more renewable electricity flow from Portugal to Central Europe, or more French nuclear power flow in the other direction?
   
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German Cabinet approves third gender identity
Germany\'s Cabinet has approved a third gender option for official identification records, following a Supreme Court ruling. The option will be available by the end of the year.
   
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Emerging economies under pressure amid Turkish crisis
Turkey\'s ongoing financial crisis has primarily been caused by a preponderance of foreign debt. The severity of the crisis has rocked other emerging markets, raising questions of possible knock-on effects.
   
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Tourists snap up \'zero euro\' bills with Karl Marx\'s image
Karl Marx-themed mugs, stickers, magnets and pens do well at the tourism office in the German city of Trier. But a new item, released earlier this year to mark the philosopher\'s 200th birthday, is the really big hit.
   
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London terror suspect identified as Briton of Sudanese origin
British media have named the man behind Tuesday\'s suspected terror attack outside the Houses of Parliament. Police have said they are still investigating the suspect\'s motives.
   
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Little known payments firm Wirecard overtakes Deutsche Bank
Germany\'s most valuable financial services provider is probably not one you have heard of. But it just overtook Deutsche Bank and looks set to relegate Commerzbank from the DAX.
   
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Scientists find dangerous tropical ticks in Germany
Scientists have discovered the presence of several giant, tropical ticks with striped legs in Germany. They can carry some nasty diseases and researchers worry they are here to stay.
   
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Car passenger killed by stray bullet from hunting accident
Two men were driving along a German highway when their windscreen suddenly shattered and the passenger slumped over. The case has drawn attention to the dangers of one particular kind of hunting.
   
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Turkey releases Greek soldiers accused of spying
Turkey has released from prison two Greek soldiers held on charges of military espionage and illegally entering the country. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said it was \"an act of justice.\"
   
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Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik disputes 1995 Srebrenica genocide
A 2004 report describing how Serb forces killed thousands of Bosniaks in Srebrenica in 1995 is \"untrue\" and \"biased\" according to the Serb-dominated entity in Bosnia, Milorad Dodik. Local lawmakers voted to revoke it.
   
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Opinion: Brexit has reached a dead end
Brexit is on the negotiating table yet again in Brussels. With no alternative in sight, the UK is limping toward the day it will ultimately leave the European Union, says DW\'s Bernd Riegert.
   
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Bite-size Bundesliga breakdown: 2018-19
The 2018-19 Bundesliga season is fast approaching. Whether you’re looking for facts to impress your friends with or insider tips for your fantasy team, DW has the bite-size lowdown on all 18 clubs.
   
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Speculation mounts over Genoa bridge collapse
Lightning, engineering failure or aging infrastructure? Whatever the cause, Italy\'s government seeks to launch infrastructure projects that could bring it up against EU budget rules.
   
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Nebraska executes first US inmate using fentanyl
Nebraska had abolished the use of capital punishment in 2015 but reinstated it through a referendum a year later. A German company attempted to stay the execution, saying Nebraska obtained the lethal drugs improperly.
   
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Germany tries to close infrastructure backlog
After more than a decade of belt-tightening in the wake of the financial crisis, experts are demanding higher public spending on Germany\'s infrastructure. But although crumbling, a collapse is nowhere near in sight.
   
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War and fuel: Angela Merkel\'s headaches in Russia talks
Vladimir Putin is coming to Germany on Saturday to discuss Syria, Ukraine and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline with Angela Merkel. But what can the two long-serving leaders hope to say that they haven\'t said before?
   
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Germany\'s confusing rules on swastikas and Nazi symbols
Illegally displaying Nazi symbols in Germany can be punished by three years in jail. The ban broadly exempts art, but which works are allowed to show swastikas, SS sig runes and such is often more a matter of the medium.
   
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The special \'zombie gene\' that protects elephants from cancer
Elephants die of cancer much less often than humans of the same age. The reason for this is that they have revived a special gene that kills off damaged DNA.
   
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Israel boycott impacts Berlin music festival as several acts cancel
A global campaign to boycott goods and services from Israel is hitting the arts scene. Six artists due to appear at Berlin\'s Pop-Kultur festival this week have canceled.
   
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More hot years ahead, study says
While an extreme heat wave sweeps the globe this summer, a forecast by researchers brings little hope for cooling in the near future. There\'s a high chance it will be \"anomalously warm\" until at least 2022, they say.
   
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After Trump \'betrayal\', ex-White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman touts warts and all book
More trouble for Donald Trump — a new book by former aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman describes the US president as racist and misogynist. The former Apprentice contestant also made a secret recording of her firing.
   
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Tourist trap and memorial: What is to become of Checkpoint Charlie?
A visit to Berlin without going to Checkpoint Charlie would be inconceivable for most tourists. But the German division historical site has itself become a divisive place. Now a new concept is being discussed.
   
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India\'s \'water man\' keeping liquids flowing despite crisis
India is suffering from the worst water crisis in its history. But Rajender Singh has been working to restore supply to more than a thousand villages, and has rejuvenated 11 rivers using traditional techniques.
   
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Five German cities among 30 most livable in the world: Economist Intelligence Unit
Vienna has been ranked as the most livable city in the world for the first time, according to the latest Economist Intelligence Unit global survey. Five German cities, including Frankfurt, have ranked in the top 30.
   
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Opinion: US Space Force merely symbolic
US President Donald Trump\'s plan for a Space Force will not change the way we explore beyond our planet. The development of civilian space travel has always been linked to the military, says DW’s Fabian Schmidt.
   
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DW\'s Health News: weekend sleep-ins could prolong your life
Did you know a lie-in could do you wonders? Or that there\'s science behind your \'hanger\'? And that the type of underwear men choose could affect their sperm? DW brings you this week\'s health news, all in one handy guide!
   
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Butterflies flourishing in hot summer but face problems ahead
The good news: while many animals, including us humans, are suffering in extremely high temperatures, most butterflies are currently doing well. The bad news: they\'ll run into problems soon. Here\'s why.
   
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Aretha Franklin, \'Queen of Soul,\' gravely ill: report
The multiple Grammy Award winner is gravely ill and surrounded by relatives, a reporter and family friend has said. Franklin\'s last performance was last year in Philadelphia as she attempted to bounce back from cancer.
   
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The greatest left-handed musicians and how to become one
Paul McCartney, Phil Collins and even the late Jimi Hendrix are all known for being left-handed musicians. For Left-Handers\' Day, DW presents 10 of the greatest \"lefties\" — and what you should know before becoming one.
   
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Left-handed, left-footed, left-kissing?
Handedness is not the only asymmetry of our bodies. Whether hugging, kissing or listening, we usually prefer one side over the other. And so do animals.
   
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Kovac\'s ruthless Bayern exact revenge on Frankfurt
Niko Kovac\'s first match in charge of Bayern Munich ended the same way as his last at Frankfurt, with a trophy. Even under new management Bayern look too hot to handle, writes DW\'s Michael Da Silva in Frankfurt.
   
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Robert Lewandowski hat trick leads Bayern Munich to Super Cup win
Robert Lewandowski notched the first ever Super Cup hat trick to take a measure of revenge for last year’s German Cup final defeat. Bayern’s 5-0 win means Niko Kovac picks up a trophy in his first game as Bayern boss.
   
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Idris Elba stokes speculation of a black James Bond
Actor Idris Elba has set off a storm of speculation on social media with an enigmatic tweet, possibly referencing his future role as iconic spy James Bond. But a few hours later he appeared to douse the speculation.
   
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NASA launches historic Parker Solar Probe to the sun
NASA\'s Parker Solar Probe has blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, embarking on a seven-year mission to examine the sun\'s atmosphere. A last-minute glitch on Saturday postponed the launch by 24 hours.
   
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Nobel Prize-winning author V. S. Naipaul dies at 85
V.S. Naipaul, the Nobel Prize-winning British author who analyzed postcolonialism, has died in London. The Trinidad-born son of an Indian civil servant and Oxford graduate wrote the best-seller A House for Mr. Biswas.
   
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Singapore film about modern slavery and love wins at Locarno Film Festival
A Land Imagined, a thriller by Yeo Siew Hua of Singapore, has won the top prize at the Locarno Film Festival. The film contrasts Southeast Asia\'s rich hub with the exploitation of impoverished migrant workers.
   
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BlacKkKlansman by Spike Lee released
Donald Trump should definitely watch this film, says director Spike Lee. His newest work BlacKkKlansman references the US president\'s racial policies.
   
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Dying fish and drying rivers — consequences of Europe\'s summer heat wave
Over the past week, dead fish have been pulled out of Germany\'s rivers and lakes by the ton — the extreme heat and a lack of rain have proven too much for them. Global warming is among factors altering fish habitat.
   
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Berlin in the \'90s: \'Loud, colorful, unique\'
Many compare Berlin in the \'90s to New York in the \'70s. The entire city was as a playground for art and night life. An exhibition recalls wild times in the exotic, unpredictable and productive capital.
   
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Great southern drought: Australian farmers crippled, climate action stalled
Amidst the worst drought in living memory, the world\'s driest continent is also heating up due to climate change. Critics say too little is being done to prevent increasing temperatures and decreasing rainfall.
   
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Parker Solar Probe: Diving into the solar atmosphere
The Parker Solar Probe is designed to unveil a great secret of the sun. To do so, it must travel closer to our star than any other spacecraft before it to collect data in a hellish environment.
   
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Nazis and fairytales: Germany\'s forests are full of hidden history
Steeped in myth and legend, the forest has long held deep meaning and been a source of fascination. How did the woods become so symbolic for so many, from the romantics and the Nazis to modern environmentalists?
   
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Land loss threatens indigenous communities worldwide
Global hunger for resources is driving the destruction of indigenous land. On World Indigenous Peoples\' Day, campaigners warn that, without action, we risk losing a key part of what makes our planet and humanity diverse.
   
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Always yammering: Why Germans love to complain
Rain or shine, hot or cold: Germans, it is said, complain a lot. Yet polls show that they are more satisfied overall than they have been for a long time. So where\'s the beef? And what\'s wrong with griping anyway?
   
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8 foods whose names Germans can\'t agree on
A bread roll is not a bread roll everywhere in the German-speaking world. From Bavaria to Berlin, the German word you use for these foods will reveal where you come from.
   
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Brazil\'s indigenous groups go mobile to protect the forest
Brazil\'s indigenous groups are struggling to protect their land from cattle ranchers and loggers. Now, some are turning to their phones as a weapon in the fight against land-grabbing and environmental destruction.
   
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Nicaragua\'s Gioconda Belli wins prize for free speech activism
The German PEN Center has awarded the ex-Sandinista revolutionary the 2018 Hermann Kesten Prize for defending freedom of speech. One of Latin America\'s most important writers, Belli is a critic of the Ortega government.
   
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ECJ rules students cannot use online photos without consent
The ECJ ruling came after a photographer sued a German school for €400 when it published one of his photos without permission. A student had downloaded the photo from a travel magazine website.
   
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Donald Trump\'s environmental fallacies on Twitter
The US president\'s attempt to blame the largest wildfire in California history on a failure to cut down trees — like his claim that climate change is a Chinese hoax — is falling flat as a heat wave grips the planet.
   
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China bans Winnie-the-Pooh film: report
China denied the screening of a new Winnie-the-Pooh film after Xi Jinping was compared to the cartoon bear, according to reports. The Winnie-the-Pooh character has increasingly become a symbol of resistance in China.
   
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Will Donald Trump\'s star on Hollywood Walk of Fame be removed?
The West Hollywood City Council wants the US president\'s star taken out of Hollywood\'s famous sidewalk because of his \"disturbing treatment of women.\" But the initiators told DW that the decision isn\'t entirely theirs.
   
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Domino effect could heat up Earth by 5 degrees Celsius — despite Paris climate deal
Even if the Paris agreement is successfully implemented, the planet could still heat up by 5 degrees Celsius, scientists warn. This \"hothouse\" climate would make parts of the world uninhabitable.
   
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#MeTwo: To be or not to be German enough
Michel Abdollahi, Idil Baydar and Y\'akoto have all experienced racism and xenophobia — despite calling Germany their home. The artists hope that the #MeTwo debate will change hearts and minds when it comes to identity.
   
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Facebook removes conspiracy theorist Alex Jones\' pages as podcasts taken down
Spotify, Facebook and Apple have all taken down content by Alex Jones, whose InfoWars site has a mass following. While he\'s previously taken heat for fake news, it was hate speech that landed him in hot water now.
   
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Artur Brauner: 100 years old with 250 film productions under his belt
After surviving the Holocaust, he founded the film company CCC in postwar Berlin. Film producer Artur \"Atze\" Brauner celebrates his 100th birthday and nearly as many film hits, from \"Europa Europa\" to \"Old Shatterhand.\"
   
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Could removing Europe\'s dams revive its rivers?
A group is calling for tens of thousands of dams across Europe to be dismantled for the sake of the environment. Why is this massive undertaking needed, and how feasible would it be?
   
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Carlo Chatrian: The festival is bigger than the person
With the Locarno Festival in full swing, it\'s Chatrian\'s last season as artistic director before he moves on to the Berlinale. After six years, what does he think about the art of curating a festival?
   
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Transfer news: Thilo Kehrer to join Tuchel\'s PSG
The Germany under 21 defender will join forces with former Borussia Dortmund coach Thomams Tuchel, after the French champions offered €37 million euros for his services. Keep up with the latest transfers on DW\'s blog.