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Elites on snowcapped peaks: Davos 2019
Top policymakers and business leaders have flocked to Davos again for the annual World Economic Forum in the Swiss Alps. The meeting is overshadowed by trade conflicts and a resurgence of economic nationalism.
   
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Germany to sanction Iranian airline over spying claims
For months now, European countries have called for concrete action against entities linked to Iranian intelligence. Mahan Air reportedly maintains close ties to an elite group of Iran\'s security services.
   
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Germany deports record number of refugees to other EU states
Most of the asylum-seekers that were deported were sent to Italy. The deportations follow the EU\'s Dublin III rule, which states that applications must be processed in the first country of arrival.
   
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Germany\'s Alexander Zverev exits Australian Open in meltdown
Fourth-seed men\'s tennis player Alexander Zverev has crashed out of the Australian Open in the fourth round. The German had been expected to defeat his Canadian opponent Milos Raonic for a place in the quarterfinals.
   
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Total lunar eclipse: Super blood wolf moon wows stargazers
Sky watchers have been making the most of a chance to see a total lunar eclipse with a difference. The phenomenon could be seen in North and South America, and across the Atlantic in western and northern Europe.
   
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China records slowest growth rate in nearly 30 years
Amid a trade war with the United States, Beijing has reported its slowest growth rate in nearly three decades. Experts say China will need to pass economic reforms to counter the problem.
   
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10 UN peacekeepers killed in Al Qaida-linked attack in Mali
An attack on the UN mission in Mali has left 10 peacekeepers dead and at least 25 injured. Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen, an Islamist group with al Qaida ties, has claimed responsibility.
   
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Israel admits strikes against Iranian Quds in Syria
In a rare acknowledgement of military action in Syria, Israel says it fired rockets at Iranian Quds sites in Damascus. Syrian state media said it had shot down the missiles.
   
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German mayor slams all-male charity event for refusing to invite her
Bremen\'s Eiswette charity event refused to invite Bremen\'s substitute mayor because she is a woman. The president of the men\'s club said \"even the pope wouldn\'t have been invited if he were a woman.\"
   
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Colombia: Thousands march to protest cadet bombings
In cities across Colombia, thousands of people marched for peace after Thursday\'s car bombing attack that killed 20 police academy cadets. President Duque cancelled peace talks with ELN rebels in response to the attack.
   
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Oxfam releases global inequality report amid ongoing controversy
As the world\'s rich meet for the World Economic Forum in Davos, their festivities are as usual heralded by the Oxfam report on global inequality — a highly controversial study that should be taken with a grain of salt.
   
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Switzerland remembers Protestant Reformation leader Ulrich Zwingli
Ulrich Zwingli has been remembered at an ecumenical service in Zurich, Switzerland. Zwingli quarrelled with Germany\'s Martin Luther about the ritual of communion.
   
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Four men arrested over Londonderry car blast in Northern Ireland
Police in Northern Ireland arrested two men after a car bomb was detonated in the town of Londonderry. Two other men were arrested on Sunday. Investigators believe the attack was linked with New IRA militants.
   
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DW Bundesliga on Alexa
Want to know what DW\'s sports reporters think about the latest Bundesliga matchday without going to the website? Just ask your Alexa device to play the audio of our opinion piece.
   
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Bundesliga Bulletin: Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich restart title race
The Bundesliga returned with a bang as the top two pushed one another, the relegation picture became clearer and a handful of players picked up exactly where they left off. All you need to know about matchday 18.
   
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Streetwise Axel Witsel fills Marco Reus’ boots as Borussia Dortmund prove title credentials
Borussia Dortmund picked up a huge win on the road in a vital examination of their title credentials. The leaders were without Marco Reus but Axel Witsel filled the void in special fashion.
   
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Opinion: Domenico Tedesco’s bold move shows he’s boss
Daniel Caligiuri’s brace stole the spotlight and won the points for Schalke against Wolfsburg on Sunday. But Domenico Tedesco’s decision to axe captain Ralf Fährmann was bold and vindicated, says DW’s Matt Pearson.
   
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Opinion: Europe caught in a dangerous nuclear trap
The treaty banning intermediate- and shorter-range missiles is beyond saving. The Cold War is back with a vengeance, and for Europe it\'s even colder and more dangerous than 30 years ago, writes Christian F. Trippe.
   
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Colombia\'s shattered hopes of peace
Fear has returned to Colombia, two years after the government signed a peace deal with FARC rebels. Real peace remains an illusion, as this week’s bomb attack has shown. Ofelia Harms Arruti reports from Bogota.
   
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Neo-Nazi attack survivor: \'I won\'t stay silent\'
Arif Sagdic survived a nail bomb attack perpetrated by NSU right-wing extremist terrorists in 2004, but what he went through in the aftermath was far worse. Now he is spreading awareness so that things will change.
   
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Two years in, Donald Trump remains the \'unprecedented president\'
Remember the hope that Donald Trump would be mostly tough talk, but little action? At the halfway-mark of his first term it is time to acknowledge the huge impact he\'s already had — and wonder how much more could come.
   
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Greek police and protesters clash at rally over Macedonia name deal
Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of Athens to voice their disapproval of a name deal with neighboring Macedonia. Greece\'s parliament is due to vote this week on whether or not to ratify the deal.
   
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Mexicans battling fuel shortage afraid to \'end up like Venezuela\'
The new Mexican government is battling the mafia\'s massive theft of gasoline. But the consequences are a lack of fuel, growing unrest among the population — and a deadly blaze that resulted from desperate siphoning.
   
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Zimbabwe warns brutal crackdown is \'just a foretaste\' of things to come
Zimbabwean authorities will hold opponents \"fully accountable\" for the unrest, and a spokesman described the deadly crackdown as \"just a foretaste\" of the future. President Mnangagwa has cut short a foreign trip.
   
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Outrage as teens mock Native American at Washington rally
A Catholic school has apologized after a group of its students harassed an elderly Native American while he was singing. Videos of the widely condemned incident have gone viral on social media.
   
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Facebook funds AI ethics center in Munich
For years, scientists have raised concerns about the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. Facebook said it chose Germany because of its position \"at the forefront of the conversation.\"
   
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Deadly fire prompts evacuation at French resort of Courchevel
Rescuers found at least two bodies following a nighttime blaze at the French ski center of Courchevel, authorities said. Some 60 people were evacuated from a workers\' accommodation building in the upscale resort.
   
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World\'s oldest man dies in Japan
The Japanese man from the island of Hokkaido lived to be 113 years old. His family has expressed shock at \"the loss of this big figure.\"
   
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Brexit: Theresa May seeks bilateral treaty with Ireland
May has outlined a plan to change or remove the Northern Ireland backstop from the EU withdrawal agreement. A parliamentary plot to take control of the withdrawal process appears to be gaining traction.
   
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Iran denies German army translator spied for Tehran
Tehran has rejected claims that a Bundeswehr employee arrested last week was passing information to the Islamic Republic. Media reports have suggested the suspect worked for Iranian intelligence for many years.
   
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Opinion: Trump hasn\'t been all bad for the EU
For the EU, Donald Trump\'s election proved a steep learning curve, and the damage caused by the US president will be difficult to repair. But Trump\'s tenure has also done Europe some good, writes DW\'s Max Hofmann.
   
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Northern Ireland: Suspected car bomb explodes in Londonderry
Northern Irish police posted a picture of what appeared to be a burning car in front of a courthouse. Irish politicians have condemned what they called a terrorist attack. No one was injured by the explosion.
   
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Over 100 African migrants feared dead in the Mediterranean
Aid groups fear that some 170 migrants could be dead after two dinghies sank in separate incidents after leaving Libya and Morocco. Italian President Sergio Mattarella has expressed his \"deep sorrow.\"
   
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In Berlin 35,000 call for eco-sustainable harvests during Green Week
Tens of thousands of critics of industrialized farming have converged on Berlin to renew calls for shifts to eco-sustainable harvests. Visiting Berlin for its annual Green Week expo are 70 agriculture ministers.
   
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Peter Bosz shows no signs of learning from past mistakes
Dutch coach Peter Bosz was back in the dugout for his first Bundesliga game after departing Dortmund in 2017. As his Leverkusen side lost against Gladbach, it was hard not to feel a worrying sense of deja vu.
   
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Angela Merkel sees Germany and France as drivers of European unity
With Brexit looming on the horizon and populist parties calling for further EU exits, European unity has been shaken. In a video message, Merkel explained why she thinks a new friendship treaty with Paris will help.
   
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Markus Söder officially takes the reins of Bavaria\'s CSU party
After over 10 years of leadership under Horst Seehofer, the CSU has elected long-time rival Markus Söder to replace him. It\'s the end of an era, but Angela Merkel\'s CDU hopes it will also mark a turnaround in tensions.
   
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\'Berlin, I Love You\' movie trailer scorned in capital city
A trailer for a new English-language romantic film set in the German capital has caused quite a stir among some critics. Berlin, say the film\'s protagonists, is a place where people come to \"dream\" and \"fall in love.\"
   
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Thousands pay last respects to Gdansk mayor
Former German President Joachim Gauck was among hundreds of politicians and dignitaries who attended the funeral for the slain mayor of Gdansk. In the wake of the killing, the Polish PiS party has seen its support fall.
   
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Weimar, 1919: Birth of Germany\'s first democracy
In 1919, German women voted for the first time — in an election that was to play a pivotal role in the country\'s history. It came on the heels of the disastrous Great War and the year before Hitler formed the Nazi party.
   
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Wife of missing ex-Interpol chief claims asylum in France
Grace Meng\'s lawyer says she has formally requested refuge from French authorities as she is afraid she may be kidnapped. Her husband, Meng Hongwei, went missing in September after traveling to his native China.
   
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Gdansk: A city in mourning buries its murdered mayor
The Polish city of Gdansk is saying farewell to its mayor, who was stabbed to death at a charity concert. The suspected attacker\'s mother has told police she was concerned that her son was planning political revenge.
   
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Bayern Munich\'s Leon Goretzka enjoys and excels in 2019 Bundesliga opener
Bayern Munich delivered an impressive performance against Hoffenheim, both collectively and individually. One man stood out, and the midfielder hasn\'t always been one of the first to deliver — until matchday 18.
   
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Will Germany use autobahn speed limits to cut carbon emissions?
A national commission has laid out a number of steps to help Germany meet EU emissions targets. Though desperately needed, they will face resistance from citizens and the country\'s influential auto industry.
   
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\'World still needs NATO\' writes German defense minister in New York Times op-ed
With NATO rattled amid pressure from Donald Trump, Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen made an appeal for the alliance in a New York Times op-ed. She described NATO as an \"emotional bond\" between the US and Europe.
   
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Marie Juchacz: A life for justice and equality
She was a divorced single parent, politically active and a tireless advocate for women, children and workers. In January 1919, German women could vote for the first time — and they sent Marie Juchacz to parliament.
   
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\'The End of Truth\': Politics, mercenaries and conspiracies
At the world premiere of his new political thriller \"The End of Truth,\" DW spoke with director Philipp Leinemann about mercenaries, foreign intervention and secret CIA operations in Germany.
   
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Belgium can\'t keep \'Islamic State\' fighters\' families out
Families of former \"Islamic State\" (IS) militants are stranded in Syrian detention camps. The Belgian government wants to keep them there, but as Teri Schultz reports, a Belgian court has ruled that\'s not acceptable.
   
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German police detain patient who took hostage at hospital
Police and special forces swarmed a hospital in Bavaria after a male patient took a woman hostage. The man also threatened several other people with knives, but police did not comment on a possible motive.
   
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Former Macron bodyguard in French custody over misuse of diplomatic passports
Alexandre Benalla, the presidential bodyguard filmed beating a May Day protester, appeared before a judge for using diplomatic passports after he was fired last July. Investigations continue after a court appearance.
   
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Grassroots set to drive 2019 climate action as climate change deniers take center stage
The environment needs help. When politicians out themselves as climate change deniers, grassroots and civil society groups get louder. But how much can they achieve?
   
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Hamburg: Police hunt for clues in activist ax murder
Mohamed J. was a longtime resident of Germany who was active in social projects both in Hamburg and his native Syria. Police are searching for a suspect and a motive for the slaying of the 48-year-old pharmacist.
   
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Cindy Sherman: The original selfie queen
Using herself as model, American photographer Cindy Sherman critiques our contemporary views of identity and the role of women in society. A look at the work of the 2019 Max Beckmann Prize winner as she turns 65.
   
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Diplomatic passports, pouches help the wealthy get richer
Passports that bestow special privileges — immunity from prosecution and diplomatic pouches — are increasingly being bought by dubious business people. African, Asian and small island nations have been caught in the act.
   
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India, the EU and the hard realities of a post-Brexit world
If Brexit is one day to be seen as a success for Britain, the country’s economic ties with India would need to flourish in the years ahead. But the EU’s relations with both countries will overshadow everything.
   
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What you can see in space in 2019
This year, space fans will be treated to two lunar mission, the Apollo 11 anniversary, some lunar and solar eclipses, and brand-new spacecrafts heading for the ISS.
   
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VAR in the Bundesliga: \'Completely fair football will never exist\'
The Bundesliga implemented the use of video assistant referees in the 2017-18 season. The men in charge of the VARs in Germany\'s top flight spoke to DW about the problems posed by the use of the technology.
   
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Uncovering forgotten female artists: French archive aims to rewrite art history
Female artists are still often overshadowed by their male colleagues, with many unknown or forgotten to history. But a French nonprofit wants to change that with a new archive to \"bring visibility to women artists.\"
   
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Hollywood vs. Trump: Politics, scandals and American cinema
It\'s no surprise Hollywood and the current Trump administration don\'t see eye to eye. True to form, three recent films, each depicting different political eras, directly — and indirectly — criticize the president.
   
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Why Italy needs an ethical tomato sauce
Cameroonian Yvan Sagnet is looking to tackle labor exploitation in agriculture with an ethical label that\'s meant to challenge the local gangmaster system. Ylenia Gostoli reports from Apulia, Italy.
   
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Mirjam Pressler, children\'s author, multilingual translator, dies
Mirjam Pressler, an award-winning German author of 30 mostly children\'s books, has died aged 78. She portrayed tough, not prissy childhoods. Her 300 translations included an acclaimed version of Anne Frank\'s diary.
   
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Germany launches its Bauhaus centenary
Throughout 2019, hundreds of events will celebrate the legacy of the Bauhaus school of design. German President Steinmeier kicked off the centennial by honoring the great minds driving the major cultural movement.
   
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How workers prepare ahead of Germany\'s brown coal phaseout
As Germany\'s coal commission and Chancellor Angela Merkel mull over a strategy for the country\'s exit from coal, DW\'s Gero Rueter visits the Rhineland region to meet those whose livelihoods could be on the line.
   
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Steel, plants, marble and wood: Interior design trends to watch out for
Germans love functional living spaces, but comfort is the catchword at the IMM Cologne furniture design fair. Plants and decorative objects are a must, and so are new materials — used to revisit Bauhaus classics.
   
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Ingenious minds: The Bauhaus artists whose designs became icons
They were the children of their time. But what did the Bauhaus artists surrounding founder Walter Gropius want? And what has remained of their ideas? As the official Bauhaus anniversary kicks off, here\'s an overview.
   
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Novel based on Jew \'catcher\' Stella Kübler stirs controversy
It tells the fictionalized true story of a woman who gave up her fellow Jews to the Nazis. Critics have condemned the novel Stella by Takis Würger, published this week in Germany, as \"Holocaust kitsch.\"
   
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In Delhi, nature is pitted against development
Created in a grassroots effort by local residents, a biodiversity park near India\'s capital New Delhi serves as a green haven for people and wildlife. Now authorities want to build a six-lane highway across it.
   
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Brexit vote defeat increases no-deal fears for UK car industry
With just 10 weeks left until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, the prospect of a no-deal exit remains firmly on the table. That’s bad news for the UK car industry, which is already planning for the worst.
   
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Zimbabwe\'s land reform: Zambia\'s gain, a cautionary tale for South Africa?
Land reform has been costly for the Zimbabwean economy. But not for Zambia, where agriculture has benefited from Zimbabwean white commercial farmers. Is this a cautionary tale for South Africa and its land reform plans?
   
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#ToxicTwitter: Do we need a new culture of debate?
Hate speech, abuse, belittlement: DW contributor Courtney Tenz looks at how #ToxicTwitter is shifting our culture of debate — and wonders why, if we can\'t say something nice, we are saying anything at all.
   
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\'Anti-deportation industry\' named Germany\'s Non-Word of the Year 2018
A right-wing smear against people who legally assist asylum-seekers has been named Germany\'s non-word of the year for 2018. The term, seen as defamatory and discrediting, was first used by Alexander Dobrindt of the CSU.
   
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Fashion in Berlin gains from diversity
Long a mecca for the creative-minded, Berlin has been inspiring fashion trends for centuries. A look at several designers from around the world who now call the German capital home.
   
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Jakarta: Saving a sinking megacity
The Indonesian capital Jakarta is sinking. At the same time, sea levels are rising. Now the megacity is fighting back against the rising tide — and for its very survival.
   
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Iran satellite Payam fails to reach orbit
Iran has said a satellite launched to gather environmental information has failed to reach orbit. Washington had expressed concern that Tehran\'s satellite program could help it in developing ballistic nuclear weapons.
   
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German train-delay scarf sells for thousands at auction
The scarf, knitted by a Munich area commuter during 2018, had different colors to represent how long each delay was. The proceeds will be donated to charity.
   
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As Game of Thrones teaser drops, \'Unseen Westeros\' revealed in Berlin
The final season of Game of Thrones will begin streaming around the world on April 14. But desperate fans can first check out the work of the show\'s Emmy-winning artists at a new exhibition, \"Unseen Westeros.\"
   
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Egg image cracks Kylie Jenner\'s most-liked Instagram post record
A picture of an egg has become the most-liked post on Instagram, knocking a post by model Kylie Jenner from the top spot. The account world_record_egg called for \"Egg Soldiers\" to work together to set a new world record.
   
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Plovdiv 2019: Historic moment for a historic city
Bulgaria\'s second city has been inaugurated as European Capital of Culture 2019, an honor it shares with the Italian city of Matera. Under the motto \"Together,\" Plovdiv kicks off a yearlong celebration of culture.
   
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Trump\'s wall poses serious threat to endangered wildlife
Donald Trump\'s plans for a \"big, beautiful wall\" on the US-Mexico border to allegedly stop criminals, rapists, terrorists and drugs pose a serious threat to endangered wildlife.
   
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\'Red Rosa\' Luxemburg and the making of a revolutionary icon
Revolutionary socialists Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht were murdered 100 years ago in Berlin. In the ensuing century, Luxemburg has become a cult figure for the left — and for feminists, artists and pacifists.
   
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Trevi fountain: Church and Rome battle over tourist coins
The Church and the mayor of Rome are at odds over the reallocation of funds collected from the famous Trevi Fountain. Some of the money is set to address the city\'s ills and no longer go entirely to chairity.
   
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Illiquid liquid: Fine wine for volatile times?
In 2018, fine wine proved to be one of the best investments there was. But how long can the exclusive Burgundy and Bordeaux bubble last when traditional markets tumble in tough times?
   
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Magnetic north pole is changing faster than forecast
Scientists were set to release a new World Magnetic Model after accelerating changes in earth\'s magnetic field, but the US government shutdown has stopped them for now. Navigation as we know it could be in jeopardy.
   
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International Thank You Day: How to say \'danke\' in song
January 11 marks International Thank You Day. From ABBA to ZZ Top, we look at the best songs expressing gratitude and revisit the most common ways to say \"danke schön\" in German.
   
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German book market: Between crisis and hope
The book branch is in a crisis as fewer people are reading print and younger generations are turning to their smartphone. A look at the facts that show developments in Germany\'s book industry.
   
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Submarine expeditions: \'There\'s nothing even close to the Titanic\'
US company OceanGate is launching submarine trips to the Titanic. OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush told DW about the idea behind the mission - and why participants won\'t have to worry about going to the bathroom onboard.
   
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From \'twerking\' to \'zoodles\': Is the German language under threat?
The Leibniz Institute for the German Language has amended its neologism dictionary. Institute director Henning Lobin spoke to DW about new German words and the Anglicisms continually creeping into the language.
   
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Submarine trip to the Titanic booking soon — for those with deep pockets
US company OceanGate is offering commercial diving expeditions down to the Titanic. Tourists will share a submarine with marine researchers. But the tickets don\'t come cheap.
   
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America\'s Plains Indians bring back bison to their lands
Plains Indians and conservationists are reintroducing the iconic American buffalo to public lands and reservations, a century after the creature\'s decline.
   
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Indian scientists slam ancient Hindu \'stem cell\' claim
Indian conference organizers have distanced themselves from unorthodox claims made by some prominent academics. Among the claims: ancient Indians invented stem cell technology, and Einstein and Newton were misguided.
   
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Top 10 mistakes that make life easy for cyber-criminals
Hackers have posted personal data from hundreds of German politicians. We don\'t know exactly how they did it. But we do know which common mistakes make it easy for hackers to find an in and cause damage.
   
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Will 2019 be the year of lab-grown meat?
After years in the lab, will meats derived from animal cells finally break into the mainstream consumer market? The products could have huge implications for the planet, human health and animal welfare.
   
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Germany: Renewables overtake coal as main power source
Germans broke new ground in 2018 by receiving more electricity from \"green\" energy sources than from coal power plants, a new study said. But experts warn that Berlin could still miss its energy goals for 2030.
   
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Oslo starts 2019 as Europe\'s eco capital
The Norwegian capital plans to cut emissions by 95 percent by 2030, despite being one of Europe\'s fastest growing cities. As European Green Capital 2019, it hopes to set an example for others.
   
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EPA: Limiting mercury from US coal plants not \'necessary\'
The Trump administration has targeted an Obama-era rule cutting mercury pollution from coal power plants, saying the costs of the regulation \"grossly\" outweighs the benefits to human health and the environment.
   
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Bulgarian coal communities face dark times
The Bobov Dol mine is set to close by the end of the year. During its heyday, 1,500 people worked there but that number is now down to less than 400. They, too, are being made redundant. Jodi Hilton reports.