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SpaceX successful in final test before manned flight
NASA has said it was the \'last milestone\' before two of its astronauts are ferried to the ISS with a SpaceX instead of a Russian Soyuz rocket. SpaceX hopes to begin commercial flights by 2021.
   
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Bundesliga: RB Leipzig\'s Tyler Adams sets his sights on title
He\'s making his way back after a long injury layoff, but RB Leipzig\'s American prospect Tyler Adams isn\'t in the mood to waste any more time. The midfielder believes Julian Nagelsmann\'s young side can win the title.
   
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EU denies reports on further Turkey aid cuts
Media reports about massive cuts in funding \"are completely wrong an misleading,\" an EU spokesman has said. The bloc cut pre-accession funds to Turkey in 2017 and is not planning further cuts.
   
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Hambach Forest: Germany\'s sluggish coal phaseout sparks anger
Germany plans to phase out coal power by 2038. The embattled Hambach Forest is now protected, but some villages will still have to make way for the last open-pit mines. Activists and local residents are appalled.
   
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China: Bungee-jumping pig stunt by theme park causes outrage
Social media users have complained about the use of a live hog to mark the opening of a bungee jumping facility near Chongqing. The pig was attached to a bungee cord before being pushed from a height of 70 meters.
   
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Iran backtracks on plans to send black boxes from downed jet to Ukraine
The head of the probe into the downed Ukrainian airliner says the recordings will be examined by Iran. His comments contradict those from a day earlier, according to which the black boxes would be sent to Kyiv.
   
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Germany: Silent mediator of peace efforts around the world
Libya\'s warring parties, and their various international backers, are meeting in Berlin. Such public diplomacy is an unusual step for Germany, as Berlin\'s peace policy efforts traditionally shun the limelight.
   
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Lebanon: Scores injured as riots break out in Beirut
At least 350 people, including protestors and police, were injured as fresh demonstrations turned violent in Beirut. Citizens are protesting political paralysis that has led to a catastrophic economic downturn.
   
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Hong Kong police conduct stop-and-search operations
What began as a peaceful demonstration quickly escalated to brief cat and mouse clashes with police. The authorized gathering was forced to disperse after protesters threw water bottles and paint at police.
   
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Blaze kills several at Czech home for mentally disabled
At least eight people died and dozens were injured in the fire in a small Czech town near the German border. Emergency teams could not deploy a rescue helicopter due to bad weather in the mountainous region.
   
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Libya summit in Berlin calls for parties to halt hostilities
By bringing together the key players in Libya\'s civil war in Berlin, Germany hopes to curb foreign intervention in the conflict as well as solidify a cease-fire — but what they can agree on remains to be seen.
   
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New snowslides hinder Nepal avalanche rescue
Four South Korean hikers and three Nepali guides are believed to have been caught in a snowslide. New avalanches falling on the touristic trekking route have forced rescuers to halt their mission.
   
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Yemen: Scores killed in missile attack on military camp
At least 79 Yemeni soldiers were killed in the strike outside the capital of Sanaa in Yemen. The attack reportedly targeted a mosque located inside a military training camp during evening prayers.
   
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Germany\'s Heiko Maas criticizes US for Iran strategy
The foreign minister has condemned Washington for its handling of the Iran conflict. Maas has advised following Europe\'s footsteps in diplomacy and called for further negotiations.
   
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Berlin Libya conference: A first step toward peace?
The German government has invited the warring parties in the North African country and their foreign supporters to the chancellery in Berlin. The hope for on Sunday\'s talks is to achieve stability for the whole region.
   
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Muslim world leaders visit Auschwitz in \'strong signal\' of interfaith support
Few Muslims have visited the notorious site of some of history\'s worst atrocities. But high-ranking leaders of Muslim and Jewish communities are coming together to mark 75 years since the concentration camp\'s liberation.
   
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Australia fights fire devastation with multi-million tourism industry boost
Photographs of charred koalas, apocalyptic red skies and poor air quality have haunted Australia since the bushfire crisis. The government is now investing millions into its tourism industry to turn around its image.
   
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China reports 17 new cases of mystery virus
From the US to Thailand, countries have set up safety to measures to contain the SARS-like virus. Chinese authorities have said they cannot rule out human-to-human transmission as the outbreak widens.
   
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Berlin Libya summit: Who wants to achieve what?
Leaders and top government officials are meeting to discuss a solution to Libya\'s complex civil war. As expectations build, DW looks at what each party is hoping to achieve.
   
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Trump\'s lawyers, Democratic lawmakers spar over who really broke the law
In their initial response, the US president\'s lawyers have described the impeachment of Trump as a \"dangerous attack\" for democracy. But House managers called the case as a simple one, saying: \"Facts are indisputable.\"
   
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Lufthansa cabin crew threaten longer strikes
German cabin crew union UFO has announced it will strike again for more pay and recognition as a Lufthansa negotiating partner. Over 2,000 flights were canceled during the union\'s last strike.
   
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Opinion: Bundesliga - are you not entertained?
As the Bundesliga enters a new decade, there is hope that the league will retain what makes it unique whilst also delivering some different results. After one matchday in 2020, it\'s clear that fun is here to stay.
   
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UK: Prince Harry and Meghan to lose \'royal highness\' titles, give up public funds
The couple are also set to return the controversial 2.4 million pounds ($3.1 million) of taxpayers\' money they received to make home improvements. The Queen said she was pleased a \"constructive\" solution had been found.
   
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Sir Simon Rattle at 65: \'A disciple for the cause\'
On Sunday, famed British conductor Sir Simon Rattle reaches what in many sectors is considered retirement age. But the head of the London Symphony Orchestra seems far from leaving it all behind.
   
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Bundesliga: Erling Haaland is Borussia Dortmund\'s hat-trick hero
Borussia Dortmund restarted their Bundesliga campaign, and showed both their best and worst sides. Newly-signed Norwegian talent Erling Haaland stole the show, reminding Europe that sometimes the hype is real.
   
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Explainer: What are Germany\'s farmers so angry about?
Thousands of farmers have taken to the streets in cities across Germany to protest new environmental regulations. They\'re demanding more dialogue to address the increasing challenges facing the agriculture sector.
   
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UK will not align with EU rules after Brexit, says finance minister
Finance Minister Sajid Javid urged firms to \"adjust\" to the reality of Brexit. British firms have warned about \"huge\" costs and disruption should the UK not reach a trade deal by the end of this year\'s transition phase.
   
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Germany\'s Seehofer warns of 5G delays if Huawei is excluded
Germany\'s interior minister says he opposes excluding Huawei from building the 5G network, despite criticism from Washington. Leaving out the Chinese firm could delay a new network by up to 10 years, he said.
   
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EU cuts pre-accession aid to Turkey by 75%
In a letter seen by German media, the EU has unveiled cuts in aid to Turkey over illegal gas drilling off Cyprus\' coast and military operations in Syria. But Brussels stopped short of ending democracy-promotion projects.
   
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Higher tampon prices on horizon despite German tax break?
Manufacturers of female hygiene products are considering price increases, according to German media reports. Berlin dropped the tax rate on tampons and sanitary pads from 19% to 7% following an online campaign last year.
   
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Ukraine rocked by leaked audio scandal
Volodymyr Zelenskiy has rejected the resignation of his prime minister, who was under pressure after leaked audio seemed to show him criticize the president for his lack of knowledge. Is the premier the victim of a plot?
   
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Bundesliga: Gregoritsch\'s dazzling debut suggests Schalke are serious
Michael Gregoritsch scored one and made the other as Schalke got the second half of their season off to a flyer. The Austrian was making his debut after a dispute with Augsburg and has Euro 2020 in his sights.
   
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EU border agency: Spike in migrant arrivals from Turkey
Frontex registered a 46% increase in migrants arriving from Turkey in 2019, despite a deal with the EU to curb migrant influx into the bloc. The agency is also planning a massive new dedicated border force.
   
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Transfers: Yunus Malli moves from Wolfsburg to Union Berlin
Union Berlin have added a creative spark to their squad with the loan signing of Yunus Malli from Wolfsburg while Timo Werner has spoken about his future. Keep up-to-date with the latest Bundesliga transfer news here.
   
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Two arrested after attempt to sell 12 billion passwords
The website purported to give access to stolen data from 10,000 data breaches, giving hackers easy access to user credentials. The police operation tracking the cybercrime involved the UK, US, Netherlands and Germany.
   
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Bundesliga in 2020s: The biggest questions facing Germany\'s top league
German football enters a new decade this week when the second half of the Bundesliga gets underway. From Bayern\'s dominance to 50+1, DW takes a look at the biggest questions facing Germany\'s top division in the 2020s.
   
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Politics, protests and pyro: The Bundesliga off the pitch in 2020
With a genuine Bundesliga title race on the cards, there is more excitement than usual on the pitch. But, as always, there will be just as much to keep an eye on in the stands, too.
   
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China job market worries mount as economy slows to 3-decade low
Growth in the world\'s second-largest economy has fallen to its lowest level since 1992, raising the specter of more layoffs in the months ahead. Many are wondering now how many jobs China can lose before unrest erupts.
   
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K-pop band launches worldwide art project
Love yourself and stay positive: that is the message of BTS — and people all over the world love them for it. Now the K-pop band focuses on the link between music and art. Berlin\'s Gropius Bau is one of their venues.
   
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Berlin villa where Holocaust was planned launches modern exhibition
In 1942, leaders of the Nazi regime met in a mansion in the west of Berlin to plan the \"final solution of the Jewish question.\" Here\'s what\'s new at the upgraded exhibition of the House of the Wannsee Conference.
   
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EU-Vietnam trade deal puts spotlight on workers\' rights
The EU has said the trade agreement would be the most ambitious the bloc has ever negotiated with a developing country. However, authoritarian Vietnam will still have to improve its labor and social standards.
   
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Germany: Thousands of farmers protest in Berlin
Long convoys of vehicles blocked roads in Bavaria, Baden Württemberg and Bremen, as well as the German capital. Agriculturists are angry at what they perceive as unwarranted environmental regulations.
   
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Germany: Far-right extremists handed hefty jail terms
The five men and one woman received jail terms between two years and 10 months, and six years. One of the charges was membership of a far-right group whose name roughly translates as The Free Comrades of Dresden.
   
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Germany: Online child abuse investigators to get more powers
Officials in Germany will soon be able to post fake, computer-generated pornographic images of children when pursuing criminals online. Parliament has approved a raft of new measures, including new \"cyber grooming\" laws.
   
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How divestment stacks up against fossil fuels
Coal and other fossil fuels remain lucrative despite the fact that investing in them is becoming increasingly risky. That\'s one reason some banks and global funds are backing renewables. Is this the start of a rethink?
   
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German population hits all-time high but growth is slowing
The number of people living in the EU\'s largest nation is only increasing due to migration, according to official statistics. However, concerns over an aging population remain.
   
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Mudflats: The world\'s great coastal protectors
The rising levels of our global seas poses serious threats to low-lying coastal communities. Nature itself can go some way to offering a solution.
   
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US tariffs on autos not mentioned in talks, EU trade chief says
In Washington to smooth out trade differences with the Trump administration, an EU commissioner said the subject of car tariffs did not come up. German carmakers will be happy to see the issue off the negotiating table.
   
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Bundesliga: New decade, new tune as RB Leipzig lead challenge to Bayern Munich
The Bundesliga returns after the winter break this weekend and the title race is closer than ever — a welcome change. But it will be Bayern Munich, RB Leipzig or Borussia Dortmund who lift the Meisterschale in May?
   
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\'Cartoons for Future\' on show in Turkey
The climate crisis might not the most pressing issue in Turkey, but citizens\' awareness is growing. Interest for the traveling exhibition \"Cartoons for Future,\" currently in Izmir, is proof that attitudes are changing.
   
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Why building costs explode in Germany\'s culture sector
Hamburg\'s Elbphilharmonie concert hall, the opera house in Cologne and Bonn\'s Beethovenhalle — prestigious projects often face exploding building costs and scandals. What is the problem?
   
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German parliament: Explicit consent still necessary from organ donors
Germany\'s parliament has rejected a Health Ministry proposal for a new organ donation system. With low donor numbers, the health minister wanted a presumed-consent system, with the onus on people to refuse to donate.
   
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Is insufficient data Germany\'s biggest hurdle to tackling workplace discrimination?
German workplaces have become more diverse in recent years. But diversity and inequality data is hard to come by and when available it often lacks complexity. A look at the current situation and what it means.
   
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Adani\'s coal mine plans, and why coal is still so lucrative
Siemens\' support for Adani\'s coal mine in Australia has outraged environmentalists, but it\'s not a unique case. Hundreds of companies and countries around the world are planning to expand their coal activities. But why?
   
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China Belt and Road Initiative a hard nut to crack for European firms
European companies\' access to projects within China\'s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) leaves much to be desired, the EU Chamber of Commerce in China has said in a fresh survey. What exactly is at the heart of the problem?
   
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Germany to pay energy firms billions in coal phaseout plan
Marathon talks have produced an agreement between the government and Germany\'s coal-producing states on phasing out coal-fired energy plants at the latest by 2038. Some plants will already be shut down this year.
   
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2019 was second-hottest year in recorded history
Since the 1980s, each decade has been hotter than the previous one. The UN has warned that emissions need to fall by 7.6% a year to save the planet.
   
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Billie Eilish: How the anti-star became a superstar
Five years after the release of her first track \"Ocean Eyes,\" Billie Eilish is more successful than ever. Now she\'s writing the title song to the latest James Bond movie. What is behind the Billie Eilish phenomenon?
   
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Conductor Paavo Järvi: \'Beethoven is no fake star\'
Paavo Järvi, one of the world\'s most sought-after conductors, will again perform all nine Beethoven symphonies in 2020, the composer\'s anniversary year. In a DW interview, he explains why Beethoven remains so relevant.
   
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Why were 150 people fired from Turkish state theaters?
At least 150 theater professionals were fired without reason in Turkey. A few days before that happened, they were looking forward to getting permanent positions. Is it part of President Erdogan\'s purge?
   
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Bundesliga: Jürgen Klinsmann hits coaching license snag at Hertha Berlin
Jürgen Klinsmann is in hot water with the German football authorities. The Hertha Berlin head coach has failed to produce a valid coaching license and could miss his side\'s clash with Bayern on Sunday as a result.
   
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Düsseldorf to host 2022 Invictus Games
The Invictus Games, which features wounded or traumatized war veterans, will take place in the western German city of Düsseldorf in 2022. The event is the brainchild of Britain\'s Prince Harry, himself a former soldier.
   
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A \'German superfood\' for every month of the year
Don\'t be fooled by marketing labels! \"Superfood\" is just another buzzword to boost product sales and prices. But since Germans are going chia, here are a few regional products we should be eating more of.
   
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Star pianist Igor Levit: You can\'t just flee to the moon
The world-famous pianist is renowned not only as a Beethoven interpreter, but also for his activism against the far right. He told DW how death threats incite him to take an even stronger political stand.
   
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Bundesliga: United against climate change?
The growing debate over how to combat climate change has increased pressure on Bundesliga clubs to reduce CO2 emissions. The clubs have become quite active in this regard, but there\'s still no league-wide strategy.
   
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Using smartphone tech to improve maternal health in Uganda
Uganda is still grappling with high maternal and perinatal mortality rates. A new app allows women to quickly access vital health services, as well as education on antenatal care.
   
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Scared of getting attached ⁠— Why we run away from relationships
A few months into a relationship, and Lena gets bored and overwhelmed. Always. It\'s too much, too fast ⁠— and all she wants is to get out. Why?
   
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SARS - a dangerous viral infection in the lungs
The mysterious lung disease that is circulating in China is apparently caused by a SARS virus, according to a German physician. It belongs to the strain of Corona virus. What is known about SARS? DW takes a look.
   
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Will German Uniper power plant be hauled over the coals?
Despite Germany\'s decision to phase out coal-fired power plants no later than 2038, one more big plant is slated to be added to the grid in summer. The plan sees supporters and climate activists locking horns.
   
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How dangerous are bush fires and volcanic ashes for the lungs?
Can breathing masks protect you against the biting smoke of the bush fires in Australia or the ash rain in the Philippines? How does the body react to the particles - and who is particularly at risk?
   
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US director Spike Lee to head Cannes Film Festival jury
Spike Lee has been named president of the jury for the 2020 Cannes Film Festival, making him the first black director to lead the panel. This comes amid criticism that film competitions and awards lack diversity.
   
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\'Climate hysteria\' is picked as German \'non-word of the year\' 2019
Every year, a German \"non-word of the year\" is selected to highlight derogatory expressions. \"Climate hysteria\" is often used to discredit environmental protection efforts.
   
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Opinion: Siemens chooses profits over environment
Australia is burning, but Siemens has decided not to renounce plans to help build a controversial mine in the country. Climate activists are up in arms. Rightly so, says Malte Rohwer-Kahlmann.
   
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German DJ wants to revive Loveparade techno festival
The iconic electronic dance festival may make a comeback as part of an effort to preserve techno culture in Germany. The event hasn\'t taken place since 2010 after 21 people were killed at a festival in Duisburg.
   
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Queen Elizabeth backs Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan\'s part-time plans
Queen Elizabeth has given permission to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son, Archie, to take on a \"more independent life as a family.\" There will be a transition period for what some have dubbed the \"Megxit.\"
   
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Opinion: Why Siemens cannot pull out of the Adani coal mine
Siemens intends to honor a controversial contract to supply signaling systems to an Australian coal mine. DW\'s Henrik Böhme says this was the right decision for the moment, but the incident shouldn\'t be repeated.
   
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\'Joker\' leads Oscar nominations
The nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards have been revealed. \"The Irishman,\" \"1917\" and \"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood\" were also among the top contenders. Any women represented on the list of best films?
   
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Could Paris\' Notre Dame really collapse?
Following the fire that damaged Notre Dame cathedral in Paris in 2019, reconstruction is a major challenge, Barbara Schock-Werner, architect and former master builder at Cologne Cathedral, told DW.
   
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Volcanoes and Earthquakes: The Pacific Ring of Fire
The Pacific Ring of Fire is aptly named. It\'s a string of volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean, and the region is prone to earthquakes. In fact, most earthquakes strike within the ring. Here\'s five facts.
   
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Anti-protest laws and litigation take aim at climate activism
The front line of the climate protest movement is moving to the courts as activists are targeted with anti-protest laws and big money lawsuits. But is the war on climate activism undermining fundamental protest rights?
   
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Philippines: Volcano spews lava as eruption risk looms
Red-hot lava has started gushing from a volcano near the Philippine capital of Manila. Authorities have made plans to evacuate hundreds of thousands, warning of a potential \"hazardous explosive eruption\" still to come.
   
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Australian bushfires: The canary building the coal mine
The world\'s biggest exporter of coal is engulfed in flames and Aussies are taking to the streets demanding action. Could this summer be the turning point for a notorious climate offender?
   
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No new lead on Dresden museum jewelry heist, say German prosecutors
Two months after a brazen robbery at one of Europe\'s largest treasure collections, an Israeli firm has claimed it was offered the priceless jewels to buy. But German authorities said they had no such evidence.
   
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Jeremy Irons to head Berlin Film Festival jury
Well-known British film and theater actor Jeremy Irons has been chosen as jury president for the 70th Berlin Film Festival, one of the most important film festivals in the world.
   
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Werner Herzog: The extreme is his normal
The German movie director will will be honored by the American Society of Cinematographers. Herzog told DW why he thinks film schools are a waste of time and when he has faced his own limits.
   
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UK author John le Carré wins $100,000 human rights prize
More than a bestselling spy novelist: John le Carré has been named the recipient of Sweden\'s annual Olof Palme Prize for his \"extraordinary contribution to the necessary fight for freedom, democracy and social justice.\"
   
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New strain of coronavirus behind lung infections in China
Experts think they have determined what caused mysterious lung infections in a group of over 50 people in China\'s Wuhan region. A new coronavirus is likely behind the outbreak, doctors believe.
   
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Forever Young: Rod Stewart at 75
With countless hits — including \"Sailing\" — Rod Stewart has navigated the stormy waters of rock music for over half a century. The best-selling UK rock star is still making headlines as he turns 75.
   
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#Megxit: Twitter reacts to Meghan and Harry\'s announcement
The surprise news that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to retire from royalty has triggered a series of humorous reactions on Twitter — as well as harsher comments reflecting polarization on the topic.
   
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What\'s happening in the night sky in 2020?
Four Mars missions, a new ESA rocket, a total solar eclipse, a close encounter of two planets as well as new spacecrafts heading for the International Space Station: 2020 has lots in store for space enthusiasts.
   
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Wildfires: Climate change and deforestation increase the global risk
Huge bushfires have been burning in Australia for months. But the risk of severe wildfires is increasing everywhere. A look at the link between climate change and this devastating trend.
   
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Making green products from harvest waste in Thailand
In Jaruwan Khammuang\'s home village, leftover straw from the harvest was often burned. The young entrepreneur saw an opportunity to create green products from the waste — such as tableware.
   
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Ensuring food security and seed diversity in Mexico\'s farming
Crop diversity is crucial for sustainable agriculture. In Mexico, an NGO is raising awareness of the issue by encouraging traditional farming methods and reviving neglected local recipes through a new cookbook.