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India test-fires intercontinental missile capable of reaching China
India\'s Defense Ministry has announced that it test-launched an Agni-V missile that can carry a nuclear warhead. The ICBM\'s 5,000-kilometer range means it is capable of hitting Pakistan, China and parts of Europe.
   
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One more year! Bastian Schweinsteiger signs new Chicago Fire contract
A hunger for yet more trophies has seen Bastian Schweinsteiger sign up for a further year in America\'s Major League Soccer. The German midfielder has extended his deal with Chicago Fire ahead of the 2018 season.
   
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China\'s 2017 growth beats expectations
China\'s GDP grew 6.9 percent in 2017 — the fastest pace in two years and higher than expected by analysts. The economy\'s strong rebound came despite efforts to curb financial risk from excessive debt growth.
   
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Germany\'s SPD plans to trim fat from pizza, slash sugar in soda: report
Comfort food favorites could be in for a recipe change. The SPD is pushing for reductions in sugar, fat and salt in processed foods, as well as a law to enforce the healthy eating measures.
   
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HRW: France leads fight against populism, Germany, US, UK get mixed reviews
Fighting populism and xenophobia and championing human rights is bearing fruit, according to Human Rights Watch\'s World Report 2018. France leads the way, Germany is a mixed bag, the US and Britain are falling behind.
   
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Lactalis\' contaminated baby food, a global scandal?
French firm Lactalis is recalling 12 million baby food items globally following a major scandal. There are growing fears that more infants could get infected with salmonella, not only in France. Lisa Louis reports.
   
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Australian Open: Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova to meet in third round
Angelique Kerber and Maria Sharapova will face off in a mouthwatering clash at the Australian Open after the two former winners breezed through their second round games. Serial champion Novak Djokovic is also through.
   
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US seeks to extradite German al-Qaida member linked to 9/11
Christian Ganczarski was born in Poland and later converted to Islam. He allegedly had personal ties to former al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden and helped the organization carry out multiple terrorist attacks.
   
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Turkey signals military incursion on Kurdish-held Afrin in Syria
Turkey is threatening a military offensive in Syria against the Kurdish-held enclave of Afrin as it bombards US-backed forces there. The US has signalled it will continue to provide support to the Kurdish dominated SDF.
   
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Trump media attacks echo Stalin, says Republican Senator Jeff Flake
The outspoken Trump critic Jeff Flake condemned the president for using a phrase favored by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin. His speech comes after Senator John McCain criticized Trump in a commentary piece on Tuesday.
   
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Macedonian president vetoes Albanian language law
President Gjorge Ivanov said making Albanian the second official language would threaten Macedonia\'s \"unity.\" The Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties had agreed to pass the law in their 2017 coalition agreement.
   
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Emmanuel Macron\'s EU vision meets Theresa May\'s search for the exit
An \"amour fou\" it is not. Thursday\'s meeting between French President Macron and UK Prime Minister May will pit EU fervor against Euroskepticism. How will Brexit affect ties between the two countries?
   
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World\'s largest underwater cave discovered in Mexico
Divers have proven two underwater caverns in Mexico are connected. The discovery makes it the largest flooded cave on the planet. The exploratory mission has also provided insight into the Mayan civilization.
   
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Hungary announces new law targeting migrant aid groups
Prime Minister Orban\'s government will levy a tax on groups that receive foreign funding. The groups\' foreign employees could also face expulsion. The move is part of Orban\'s so-called \"Stop Soros Plan.\"
   
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Germany loans Lithuania copy of 1918 independence declaration
The document is believed to be the only surviving copy of Lithuania\'s original declaration of independence. The small Baltic country is set to mark 100 years of independence with year-long celebrations.
   
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Germany, land of woefully slow internet
A new report has found that only a small fraction of German users get the internet speeds that providers promise. And, according to a study of service providers, the problem is only getting worse.
   
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Kosovo: Speculation rife after Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic\'s murder
Leaders in Pristina and Belgrade are trading blame over who killed prominent Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic. His murder has raised concern about the outcome of ongoing efforts to normalize Kosovo-Serbia relations.
   
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The Netherlands expels Eritrea\'s top diplomat over \'diaspora tax\' enforcement
In a bold move, the Netherlands have declared Eritrea\'s charge d\'affaires \"persona non grata.\" Eritrea has been enforcing a tax on expatriates amounting to 2 percent of their earnings, according to Dutch officials.
   
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Russia moves toward creation of an independent internet
Experts say Russia is planning the next step in making the country independent from the West, at least in cyberspace: Moscow wants to install its own root servers. But why, and does it make any sense?
   
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Tax code sees Apple boost investments in US
US tech giant Apple has announced major investments in the United States on the back of the country\'s new tax code working in the company\'s favor. It indicated plans for a second corporate campus.
   
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Berliners campaign to limit billboard ads
A campaign has been launched in the German capital to reduce the number of billboards and free up public space. The group behind it, Berlin Werbefrei, says it would help bring back the city\'s unique character.
   
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Opinion: With friends like Sebastian Kurz, Angela Merkel doesn\'t need enemies
Austria\'s new chancellor wants his German counterpart to judge his government \"on its deeds\" and not on his far-right coalition partner. While both sides stress their closeness, it\'s hard to ignore what divides them.
   
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Israeli UK Ambassador: \'All inhabitants of Israel have equality\'
What kind of place is Jerusalem, decades after the Arab eastern part of the city was annexed by Israel? And has the Israeli government stopped listening to the international community? Tim Sebastian meets Mark Regev.
   
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Germany and Poland put a friendly face on diplomatic tension
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and his new Polish counterpart Jacek Czaputowicz have come out of their first meeting on friendly footing. But behind the happy faces, serious disagreements remain.
   
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France offers to loan Bayeux Tapestry to the UK
The work depicts the bloody conquest of England by the Normans in 1066. Prime Minister Theresa May thanked France ahead of talks with President Emmanuel Macron over migration controls between the two countries.
   
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British govt. scrutinizes second outsourcing firm after Carillion collapse
Shares in Interserve, a British outsourcing services firm, have fallen 15 percent amid concerns about its financial health. The company insists it won\'t go bankrupt like its competitor Carillion.
   
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France: Police raid Lactalis after baby milk scandal
Police in France have raided five Lactalis sites after contaminated baby milk products caused dozens of children to fall ill. Compensation has been offered to families, who say the company is trying to buy their silence.
   
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Austria\'s Kurz visits Germany\'s Merkel in meeting of generations
For many in Germany, Austria\'s 31-year-old chancellor represents an alternative to veteran Angela Merkel. So how did the two get along when they met in Berlin to talk about migrants, the EU and other issues?
   
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Breakthrough over \'Macedonia\' name dispute finally in sight?
Greece and the Republic of Macedonia are meeting in New York for talks to reach an agreement over the use of the term \"Macedonia.\" Could the Balkan neighbors\' decades-long dispute finally be coming to an end?
   
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If you live near one of these volcanos, move!
If you live in the Philippines or Papua New Guinea right now, you\'ll know the score: Active volcanos can come alive and erupt any time, spewing lava and destruction. Here are some of the world\'s most dangerous hot spots.
   
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\'Not enough action from EU on plastic\'
On the heels of the EU plastics strategy, which includes making plastic packaging recyclable by 2030, DW spoke with the environment minister of Sweden, who has pushed for stronger measures to manage plastic waste.
   
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In Berlin, Salafist extremist scene nears 1,000 members: report
Berlin\'s Salafist extremist scene has tripled since 2011, according to a report from Germany\'s domestic intelligence agency. Russians comprise the largest foreign national group in the scene.
   
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Romania: Viorica Dancila set to become first female prime minister
A European Parliament lawmaker has been tapped by the president to lead Romania\'s government. Her predecessor resigned in the wake of a fallout with leadership within his own Social Democratic party.
   
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Bitcoin drops below $10,000 threshold
The world\'s best-known cryptocurrency has continued its dive, with other digital currencies also taking a hammering. Bitcoin\'s development in recent days prompted one analyst to speak of a \"cryptocalypse.\"
   
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German, Polish police bust human trafficking ring
Authorities have made five arrests over a smuggling ring that illegally brought Syrians to Germany. A Syrian-Polish family allegedly made €300,000 by trafficking refugees.
   
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Germany: Cow gives blessing for Hindu temple in Bremen
A German milk cow called Madel has given her approval to a proposed site for a Hindu temple outside Bremen. The local Hindu community borrowed the animal to suss out whether the land would be good for a temple.
   
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Juncker: EU hopes UK will rejoin bloc after Brexit
Brexit is a defeat \"we all have to take responsibility for,\" European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says. British Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK still intends to exit from the EU in March 2019.
   
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Bundesliga profitable but \'falling away\' from big five leagues
Following concerns from its top brass that the Bundesliga is in danger of losing its place among Europe\'s elite leagues, a new UEFA report may well prompt fresh doubts. But there is also room for optimism.
   
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North and South Korea to march under unified flag at Winter Olympics
North and South Korea have agreed to make a joint entrance under a unified Korean peninsula flag at the opening ceremony of the upcoming Winter Olympics. They will also send a combined women\'s ice hockey team.
   
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\'Coolest Monkey in the Jungle\': the long history of racism in advertising
A half-naked Asian woman is sprawled across a pizza box. A black man is whitewashed in the washing machine. H&M is not the only company to attract attention with racist ads.
   
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Volkswagen Group achieves record sales in 2017
Despite the Dieselgate emissions scandal, the German carmaker says it sold a record number of vehicles last year. But VW\'s growth in Western Europe was more sluggish than in the rest of the world.
   
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Philipp Lahm on retirement: I asked myself whether I could still do it
Former Germany and Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm has written about his decision to step away from the game and what lies ahead. In a column for a German newspaper, he said he wanted to exit before his powers waned.
   
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Saudi Arabia gives Yemen $2 billion to stave off hunger and prop up currency
The handout comes in response to a desperate plea for cash from Yemen\'s top officials. War in Yemen has left the economy in tatters and millions of Yemenis facing starvation.
   
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Museums gain visibility through #MuseumSelfie day
On January 17, museums around the world are embracing the selfie as the #MuseumSelfie trend takes over social media.
   
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Builders go on trial for Cologne city archive collapse
Nine years after the devastating collapse of Cologne\'s historic archive, five defendants are finally on trial. They face charges of negligent homicide and hazardous building practices.
   
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Germany: Former Auschwitz guard Gröning\'s clemency bid fails
German prosecutors have rejected a clemency request from former Nazi SS guard Oskar Gröning. Known as the \"bookkeeper of Auschwitz,\" the 96-year-old has been convicted of being an accessory to murder in 300,000 cases.
   
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Bundesliga clubs can still offer temporary player contracts after legal case
A former Bundesliga player has seen his legal battle come to an unsuccessful end, to the relief of German clubs. Heinz Müller\'s case threatened to change the way contracts worked in German football.
   
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Animals with funny names in German
In German, a flying dog is not a dog and a washing bear is not a bear. Meet the Germans host Kate Müser explores some of the cutest - and most curious - German animal names (with the help of some stuffed friends).
   
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The economy, stupid? Trump\'s first year
Donald Trump\'s presidency is 1 year old this week. His stunning election victory was heavily influenced by some of the promises he made regarding economic matters. How has he done so far?
   
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US states sue to reverse repeal of net-neutrality rules
More than 21 attorneys general have banded together to overturn a decision they say will hurt consumers and businesses. The Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission ordered the repeal in December.
   
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US President Donald Trump \'healthy\' with perfect cognitive score, says doctor
The White House doctor says Donald Trump is in excellent health following his first physical as president. The exam took place days after a controversial book raised questions about Trump\'s mental fitness for office.
   
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DFL boss Christian Seifert criticizes \'mediocre\' Bundesliga
The chief executive of the German Football League (DFL) said 2017 was \"a year of missed opportunities.\" He said German football cannot settle for \"mediocrity\" after the Bundesliga teams\' failures in Europe this season.
   
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Germany: Medical experts urge top court to revisit state\'s right to rule on suicide cases
Germany\'s medical regulatory body plans to challenge a court ruling forcing it to decide whether to assist individuals in committing suicide. The ruling has come under scrutiny both in the industry and in parliament.
   
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Where next for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang?
With both parties locked in a stalemate over his future, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Borussia Dortmund are heading towards a showdown. The Gabon international’s next decision could define his career.
   
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Far-right Identitarians want to become guardians for refugees
The far-right Identitarian youth movement has called on its members to become guardians for underage refugees. The provocative action has been condemned by German authorities.
   
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EU unveils plan to make all plastic packaging recyclable by 2030
The EU wants to make all plastic packaging recyclable, reduce single-use plastic and restrict microplastics. The plan would \"lay the foundations for a new plastic economy.\"
   
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German Film Museum aims to boost international presence
Ellen M. Harrington, the new director of the German Film Museum and Institute, wants to acquire new collections and also send its own on tour around the world. She also plans to curate special exhibitions in the museum.
   
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2 previously unknown Van Gogh drawings discovered
Two new works have been added to Vincent van Gogh\'s official oeuvre. The discovery of an unknown drawing by the Dutch painter has allowed the authentication of a second sketch.
   
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Manuel Akanji: Who is Borussia Dortmund\'s new big money signing?
A relative unknown outside Switzerland, big things are nevertheless expected of Borussia Dortmund signing Manuel Akanji. But one of Europe’s most sought-after center-backs hasn\'t had it easy on the path to the top.
   
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German Cultural Council warns against AfD in culture committee
As the opposition, the Alternative for Germany is set to lead several parliamentary committees. But the German Cultural Council has warned allowing the far-right party to control culture would send a \"fatal signal.\"
   
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Raids across Germany target suspected Iranian spies
Germany-wide police raids have been carried out on suspected Iranian spies. Iran has been linked in the past to spying, assassinating dissidents and targeting Israelis.
   
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\'Oh Happy Day\' singer Edwin Hawkins dies at 74
Edwin Hawkins, best known for the hit \"Oh Happy Day,\" has died in California. He was credited with being one of the founders of modern gospel music.
   
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The wilderness and the war
Against the backdrop of civil war in the Central African Republic, conservationists are working to protect and preserve the wilderness.
   
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Social entrepreneurship for sustainable farming in India
A farming community in the northern Indian hill state of Uttarakhand is getting a boost through a unique initiative that helps farmers interface with the market directly.
   
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School bus crashes into a store in Germany, many injured
Rescue helicopters were deployed near Mannheim, southwest Germany, after a school bus crashed into an electronics store. Scores were reportedly injured in the crash, including several children.
   
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High Five: 5 materials you probably didn\'t know are used to make clothes
From glasses made of vinyl to hats formed with chocolate — the fashion industry doesn\'t always settle for glass and cotton. Some designers prefer to work with material that isn\'t usually associated with the catwalk.
   
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Bridge collapse in Colombia kills 10 construction workers, several missing
The collapse occured in the mountainous region of Chirajara in central Colombia. The 446-meter-long bridge was set to be opened in March as part of a major highway linked to the capital Bogota.
   
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Germany: KMK proposal for west-east pupil exchanges meets with skepticism
The new head of the KMK German educational body says pupils from the east and the west of the country can still learn from each other. But his proposal for pupil exchanges has received a cool reception.
   
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Cranberries lead singer Dolores O\'Riordan dies, aged 46
Dolores O\'Riordan, who fronted Irish band The Cranberries, has died suddenly of unknown causes in London. The band rose to international fame in the 1990s for hits including \"Zombie\" and \"Linger.\"
   
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Facebook slammed for censoring German street artist
German social media platforms are censoring legitimate content, including an image by an award-winning artist. Critics say Germany\'s much-lauded \"lex Facebook\" law encourages \"overblocking.\"
   
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Sunken oil tanker: How to protect the high seas environment?
An Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea is prompting fears of damage to marine life. Why do oil spills keep happening and who is responsible when they\'re in international waters?
   
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1.5C degree goal \'extremely unlikely\' – IPCC
A draft report from the IPCC says only huge and rapid change in the way we live can keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, the lower limit set out by the Paris Agreement. Reactions to the leaked paper vary.
   
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Berlin\'s early Nazi concentration camp revisited by archaeologists
Archaeology can also focus on 20th century events. Professor Reinhard Bernbeck tells DW what can be learned from digs at the Columbia concentration camp, one of the first such institutions established by the Nazis.
   
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Airbus may stop A380 production as orders dry up
The European aircraft maker says it must strike a new deal with Emirates Airline to secure the superjumbo\'s future. Launched a decade ago, the A380 program has cost billions, but only 220 have been built.
   
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\'Alternative facts\' wins 2017 German \'non-word of the year\'
The term, first used by US President Donald Trump\'s White House team, beat out other offensive terms like \"babycaust.\" The \"non-word of the year\" aims to raise critical awareness and combat abuse of human dignity.
   
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Philippines: Thousands flee Mayon Volcano amid possibile \'hazardous eruption\'
More than 12,000 people in the Philippines have evacuated areas near Mayon Volcano, as experts warn of a possible \"hazardous eruption.\" The lava flow has reached some areas around three kilometres away from the volcano.
   
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Transfer news: Cologne sign young French star
The transfer window is well underway and Bundesliga clubs aren\'t wasting any time, with Cologne snapping up a talented French midfielder. Elsewhere, Borussia Dortmund havw secured a defensive target.
   
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French film star Catherine Deneuve apologizes to sex assault victims
Veteran French actress Catherine Deneuve has issued her own open letter on the #MeToo movement against sexual assault. She directed an apology to victims, while defending her own claims to being a feminist.
   
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Influential photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber accused of sexual misconduct
Famous fashion photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber have been accused of assaulting male models over a period of decades. Vogue publisher Conde Nast has said it is cutting ties with both men.
   
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France\'s first panda cub, Yuan Meng, makes public debut
A playful baby panda has been the star attraction this weekend at Beauval Zoo, south of Paris. Little Yuan Meng is the first panda cub to be born in a French zoo.
   
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Ski resorts cling on against climate change
Snow comes later, melts earlier, and is not nearly as deep as it was 30 years ago. EU scientists are racing to help winter tourism regions adapt to climate change — but is manmade snow the answer?
   
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German patient is immune to highly poisonous ricin
Ricin is one of the strongest poisons in the world. But not for this 20-year old man in a hospital in Münster. Doctors have found out that an inherited metabolic defect protects him from the deadly compound.
   
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Bernhard Schlink\'s new novel \'Olga\' revisits 20th-century Germany
German author Bernhard Schlink is best known for his international bestseller \"The Reader.\" His new novel, \"Olga,\" touches on Germany\'s history throughout the 20th century.
   
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Largest Roman city gate north of the Alps finally dated
Archaeologists have determined the exact date of construction of the Porta Nigra in Trier — it was built 1,848 years ago. It\'s the oldest monument of its kind in Germany.
   
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New film for Berlin\'s memorial to commemorate persecuted homosexuals
A film by Israeli multimedia artist Yael Bartana will replace the current loop video at the Berlin Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism.
   
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Another Hollywood prize for Fatih Akin\'s \'In the Fade\'
This has been a week of Hollywood acclaim for Fatih Akin and his thriller \"In the Fade,\" as a Critics\' Choice Award follows on the heels of his Golden Globe. Is an Oscar on the horizon, too?
   
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\'Is My Shirt Long Enough?\': Artist Shehzil Malik launches Pakistan\'s first feminist fashion line
In a male-dominated society, a new, home-grown fashion line defies feminine stereotypes. While these images may empower women, class divides limit their effect.
   
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Act now to protect millions from floods — study
Scientists say millions more are at risk of flooding over the decades to come based on climate change already in the pipeline. In order to survive, the time to adapt is now.
   
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Motörhead guitarist \'Fast\' Eddie Clarke dies aged 67
Former Motörhead guitarist \"Fast\" Eddie Clarke has died at the age of 67, following a battle with pneumonia. He was the last surviving original member of the famous British rock band.
   
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Playboy features first transgender model on its German cover
In a first for the German version of the worldwide magazine, Playboy has selected Giuliana Farfalla as the cover model for this month\'s issue. Farfalla is known to fans of reality TV and casting shows.
   
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Hairy legs and food porn: Female artists question \'normality\' through social media
An exhibition in Leipzig shows how artists from the Tumblr and Instagram generation use the internet and social media to reflect on the ideals of female beauty. Here\'s a preview of some of the works on show.
   
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Spielberg\'s \'The Post\': How 1970s politics resonate with today\'s era of \'fake news\'
Even though its narrative deals with the Pentagon Papers, which revealed secret details of US actions during the Vietnam War, the 1970s scandal serves as an allegory of the current political climate.
   
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Radiohead publisher denies suing Lana Del Rey over \'Creep\' plagiarism
Singer Lana Del Rey said that she\'s being sued by British band Radiohead, who find that her song \"Get Free\" is too similar to their breakthrough hit, \"Creep.\" Radiohead\'s publisher denies legal action.
   
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Happy birthday, \'Elphi\'!
The Elbphilharmonie concert house opened on January 11, 2017. Since then tourists and locals have been enjoying the sounds and views of Hamburg\'s latest landmark.
   
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YouTube strips back partnership with Logan Paul
Youtube has cut projects and lowered the advertising profile of video blogger Logan Paul, after he posted a video of a suicide victim in Japan. Paul apologized last week, calling the video\'s publication a \"huge mistake.\"
   
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Catherine Deneuve\'s attack on #MeToo sparks fury
\"Apologists for rape\"? Harvey Weinstein victim Asia Argento and women rights\' activists in France and around the world have excoriated French star Catherine Deneuve and co-signatories of a letter criticizing #MeToo.
   
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Opinion: Why 2018 is the year of the woman
#MeToo has sparked a heated debate that runs the gamut: from Oprah Winfrey\'s appeal for women\'s rights to Catherine Deneuve\'s admonition to moderation. Finally, a debate about sexism, says DW\'s Susanne Lenz-Gleissner.
   
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High Five: 5 statues of stars that don\'t look quite right
A statue for someone famous is supposed to be an honor. In some cases, something goes horribly wrong.
   
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\'No smoking\': German Drugs Commissioner calls for fewer cigarettes on screen
Despite a decline in the number of smokers in Germany, nearly 85 percent of films show the use of cigarettes, and usually in a too positive light — a dangerous trend, according to Drugs Commissioner Marlene Mortler.
   
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Boiled bats and iced iguanas: How extreme weather affects wildlife
Heat waves in one part of the world, freezing blizzards in another — such weather extremes have a profound impact on wildlife as well. Here are some of the more surreal examples.
   
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Ridley Scott movie reshoot: Reports reveal $1.5m gender pay gap
Actress Michelle Williams was reportedly paid only 1% of what her male co-star Mark Wahlberg obtained for reshooting scenes of Ridley Scott\'s \"All the Money in the World,\" following the Kevin Spacey scandal.
   
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Four climate change lawsuits to watch in 2018
Did you know it\'s possible to take legal action to fight global warming? Ever more citizens are doing just that. Here are four landmark climate change lawsuits with significant decisions pending in 2018.
   
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Weather and climate disasters made 2017 costliest year for US
The final tally of natural disasters in the US was $306 billion dollars, a study has shown, making 2017 the most expensive year on record. Hurricanes, wildfires, flooding and tornadoes were among the major disasters.
   
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Gene editing: The key to food security in a warmer world?
Extreme droughts and floods threaten global food security. Scientists gene editing crops say they have the answer. But enviornmentalists are wary.