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Opinion: Audi chief executive on his way out
CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested for his role in the carmaker\'s emissions-cheating. He won\'t be the last car boss to end up in jail, says Thomas Neufeld, as the clean-up of the flagship industry hasn\'t really started yet.
   
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Turkey\'s Kurdish presidential candidate Demirtas forced to campaign from prison
Kurdish politician Selahattin Demirtas is running in the Turkish presidential election — from prison. He may have a huge following in the country, but he has received little coverage in Turkey\'s mainstream press.
   
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Israel indicts former cabinet minister accused of spying for Iran
Israel\'s energy minister has been accused of spying for Iran. Israel\'s Shin Bet agency says he was extradited from Equatorial Guinea in May. Segev\'s lawyers say there is a \'misleading picture\'
   
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How do refugees in Germany view Seehofer\'s tougher migration plan?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer are at odds over Seehofer\'s strict refugee policy. How do refugees in Germany view the issue?
   
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Indonesia: Lake Toba ferry accident leaves dozens missing
A ferry on Indonesia\'s Lake Toba has sunk, leaving dozens missing. A late night rescue operation is underway at the popular tourist destination.
   
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Winners and losers in the race to meet the Paris climate goals
A new ranking shows how European countries stack up on climate protection. How does your country compare?
   
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Credit crunch pushing sweeping changes in Ethiopia
In a surprise move, Ethiopia\'s government announced it would give up ownership of some state-owned companies, respect a decades-old peace deal with Eritrea and free prisoners. But what\'s the catch?
   
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Maligned Ronaldo statue replaced at Madeira airport
After months of mirth, the airport in the star\'s hometown has replaced a bronze statue of its favorite son. The original work by a local artist has been swapped for a new likeness made by a Spanish sculptor.
   
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World Cup 2018 live: Belgium vs. Panama
Belgium has taken a three-goal lead in the second half of their opening match against Panama. Dries Mertens gave the Belgians the lead with a terrific volley and Romelu Lukaku has added a brace.
   
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\'Violent extremism is becoming a new global norm\'
In an interview with DW, Sherry Rehman, leader of the opposition in Pakistan\'s upper house of parliament, shared her views on the upcoming election, freedom of press, global terrorism and deteriorating US-Pakistani ties.
   
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Donald Trump claims Germans are turning against government over migration
The US president has waded into the ongoing standoff between Chancellor Angela Merkel and her interior minister over migration. But his claim that crime in Germany \"is way up\" doesn\'t tally with official statistics.
   
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The sorry lives of India\'s captive elephants
India\'s southern state of Kerala has had a long tradition of using elephants for religious celebrations and parades. The pomp, however, belies the cruel conditions under which these gentle giants live.
   
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Boris Becker\'s diplomatic immunity claim rejected by Central African Republic
The Central African Republic has rejected Boris Becker\'s claim that he holds a diplomatic passport from the country. Becker had hoped to seek diplomatic immunity from legal prosecution in the UK.
   
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Libya: Fierce fighting terrorizes civilians in Derna
Forces loyal to strongman Khalifa Hiftar are battling jihadists for control of the eastern city of Derna. Yet the international community remains mute as civilians bear the brunt of the fighting. Mat Nashed reports.
   
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Australia and EU eye new trade deal
The first round in trade negotiations between the EU and Australia has kicked off. As protectionism spreads, Canberra is keen to tie the 28-nation bloc into a deal that would open EU markets to its cheese, wine and meat.
   
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German president to attend opening of Thomas Mann House in LA
The German government purchased the former US residence of Nobel Prize laureate Thomas Mann to save it from demolition. German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier is in California for its opening ceremony.
   
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The puppy, populism and the dance: Elections in Turkey between sanity and insanity
Ahead of Turkey\'s presidential election, author Ece Temelkuran praises her compatriots\' unbroken spirit. She says it is a model for all who have begun to experience the maddening absurdity of right-wing populism.
   
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Christo presents The Mastaba, his new large-scale art object in London
Composed of over 7,000 oil barrels, the sculpture by the revered artist floats on the Serpentine Lake in London\'s Hyde Park through September 23. It accompanies a retrospective of Christo and Jeanne-Claude\'s work.
   
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Compulsive gaming recognized as disease by WHO
The World Health Organization has included addiction to video games in its list of mental health conditions. The move will help with diagnosis and treatment options for health-care professionals.
   
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World Cup 2018: Sweden edge South Korea 1-0
Andreas Granqvist\'s second-half penalty saw Sweden claim a narrow win over South Korea. As a result, Emil Forsberg and co. join Mexico at the top of Group F ahead of their upcoming clash with Germany.
   
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German agro firm boss fires broadside at Trump tariffs
American-German businessman Martin Richenhagen is far from happy about the Trump administration\'s aggressive trade policies. \"We are surprised on a daily basis by strange initiatives,\" he told DW.
   
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European Union extends Crimea sanctions for a year
The economic measures prevent EU citizens and companies from investing in Crimea and Sevastopol. Russia\'s annexation of the peninsula in 2014 prompted the sanctions.
   
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Afghanistan peace marchers reach Kabul, \'tired of war\'
Dozens of war-weary Afghans took part in the near 700-kilometer trek across the country. The peaceful protest was launched after a deadly car bombing in Helmand in March and ended amid fresh Taliban attacks.
   
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Turkey elections: Can Erdogan really lose?
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won every election in Turkey for the past 16 years. The current economic crisis means he is now in danger of losing his parliamentary majority — and re-election as president is far from certain.
   
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\'The life I have lived has tortured me,\' says male prostitute in Mombasa
Poverty and unemployment can lead to prostitution. But that can have consequences which are hard to shift, as Diana Wanyonyi found out when she met up with two young men who work as prostitutes in Mombasa, Kenya.
   
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Artist survives three-day burial in Australia
The 73-year-old performance artist Mike Parr emerged alive after being buried for three days under a busy road. Billed as a tribute to victims of totalitarian violence, the stunt was part of an arts festival in Hobart.
   
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Google invests in Alibaba rival JD.com
US internet behemoth Google has announced it\'s investing half a billion dollars in China\'s second-largest e-commerce company, JD.com. The move is meant to expand its retail services around the world.
   
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Thomas Mann was disappointed by America\'s populism
The German novelist and 1929 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate moved to the US during WWII. He was however frustrated by how the country developed under McCarthy — and his observations echo today\'s political situation.
   
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Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler detained
CEO of German carmaker Audi, Rupert Stadler, was detained in connection with the Dieselgate investigation. Prosecutors are investigating Audi for selling diesel-engine cars containing cheat software in the US and Europe.
   
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World Cup 2018: South and Central American fans bring Latino spirit to Russia
They have spent hours on multiple planes just to get to Russia. But the long journey and huge costs have certainly not dampened the spirits of hundreds of fans from South and Central America.
   
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Angela Merkel buys time in government crisis over asylum
Chancellor Angela Merkel has got her Interior Minister Horst Seehofer to agree to wait for an upcoming EU summit before imposing new border controls. His asylum reform plan could threaten the EU immigration system.
   
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As US, UK \'retail apocalypse\' deepens, EU chains grow nervous
The amount of US retail space lost in 2018 is expected to beat the record set last year. But the demise of Toys R Us, and the shutdown of a third of Sears stores, is down to more than the dominance of online shopping.
   
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World Cup 2018: Can Joachim Löw keep faith with old guard after Mexico loss?
Germany\'s loss to Mexico in their World Cup opener was no fluke. They were out-run, out-thought and out-fought by their opponents. The display poses Joachim Löw serious questions about some of his most trusted players.
   
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Spanish king\'s brother-in-law, Inaki Urdangarin, jailed over corruption probe
Inaki Urdangarin, husband of Spain\'s Princess Cristina, was handed a prison sentence for crimes including fraud and tax evasion. The princess had been acquitted of aiding Urdangarin.
   
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Refugee stands trial in Germany over alleged murder of teen
Fifteen-year-old Mia was stabbed to death in the southwestern town of Kandel last December. Her ex-boyfriend, a refugee, has been charged with her murder, triggering a series of anti-migrant protests.
   
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General Electric faces French fine over job policy
US engineering giant General Electric needs to brace for hefty penalties if it fails to uphold a job creation pledge in France. The company made the promise when taking over Alstom\'s power business in 2014.
   
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Strong earthquake hits Osaka, Japan
A 6.1 magnitude quake hit the western city during the morning commute. It was the largest since records began in 1923. A number of casualties have been reported.
   
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US lawmakers, Melania Trump call for end to migrant family separations
A White House policy that has split nearly 2,000 migrant children from their families has drawn outrage nationwide, including a rare public comment from Melania Trump. The UN called the practice \"unconscionable.\"
   
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Germany embarrassed by passionate Mexico fans on historic World Cup night
No one expected Germany to stumble at the first hurdle of their World Cup title defense, but they did — and deservedly so. And it wasn’t just Mexico\'s players who excelled, either.
   
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World Cup 2018: Brazil held by Switzerland
Five-time world champions Brazil share the spoils with Switzerland as Steven Zuber\'s header cancels out Philippe Coutinho\'s first-half wonder strike. Serbia top of Group E after beating Costa Rica.
   
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World Cup 2018: Mexico edge Germany in Group F opener
Reigning world champions Germany suffered defeat in their opening game of the World Cup 2018. Mexico top Group F after clinching a narrow, but well-deserved, 1-0 win courtesy of Hirving Lozano\'s first-half goal.
   
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Germany: \'Heart palpitation\' is 2018\'s Low Saxon word of year
Previous winners include \"Dwarsdriewer\" (\"obstructionist\"), \"Ackerschnacker\" (\"mobile phone\") and \"Lämmerhüppen\" (\"disco\"). Low Saxon is a regional language spoken by some 3 million people in Germany.
   
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Italy\'s populists pile pressure on Germany\'s Merkel
Italy\'s new government appears at loggerheads with Germany on migration. But dig deeper and there is common room to cooperate despite the rhetoric.
   
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Bavarian \'tough dog\' tipped to lead Germany\'s BAMF refugee agency
A Bavarian official known as a \"tough dog\" for taking a harder line against asylum-seekers is reportedly set to take over at BAMF. The agency\'s former head was fired on Friday over an asylum application scandal.
   
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Aleksandar Kolarov\'s free kick stunner secures Serbia win over Costa Rica
A brilliant second half free kick from captain Aleksandar Kolarov led Serbia to a deserved win over Costa Rica. Serbia were wasteful in front of goal but did enough to secure three vital points in Group E.
   
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Berlin\'s liberal mosque marks 1-year anniversary
In the year since its foundation, Berlin\'s liberal mosque has established itself and is attracting ever greater interest. But lawyer Seyran Ates, who opened the mosque, lives with ongoing hostility and threats.
   
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Ukrainian police detain far-right protesters over gay pride threat
Dozens of far-right activists have been arrested following scuffles before a gay pride march in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Some 5,000 police and soldiers were deployed after organizers received threats.
   
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Thai king granted full ownership of family wealth
An estimated $30 billion in assets has been handed to Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn in a major shake-up of royal affairs. The move likely makes him the world\'s richest monarch.
   
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Greece, Macedonia sign historic deal to end naming dispute
The foreign ministers of Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have signed a deal that could resolve a long-running dispute over the latter\'s name. Opponents of the deal protested in Greece and Macedonia.
   
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Scientist searches for Loch Ness monster DNA
A New Zealand scientist is using the latest DNA detection methods to search for the famed Scottish creature. Claimed sightings go back more than 1,500 years.
   
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Aquarius migrant rescue ship docks in Spain following rejection by Italy
The ship Aquarius, carrying over a hundred migrants rescued at sea, has reached Spain after being rejected by Italy. The case highlights rifts in the EU over how to deal with huge numbers of people fleeing to Europe.
   
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Angela Merkel seeks EU talks on migration amid coalition row: report
A special meeting on the EU migration crisis could take place as early as next weekend, a newspaper says. However, a spokesman for Merkel says no such meeting has yet been concretely planned.
   
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Pope Francis equates abortion to Nazi-era race purification
Pope Francis has denounced the practice of abortions over birth defects, equating it to Nazi attempts to create a pure race. The remarks come as his home country of Argentina works on a pro-abortion bill.
   
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Austria angry at Germany over \'enormous\' spy effort
Vienna has demanded an explanation from Berlin over reports that Germany\'s BND agency spied on nearly 2,000 targets in Austria between 1999 and 2006. Austrian media said embassies were among the targets.
   
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Moscow taxi driver mounts sidewalk, mows down pedestrians
A taxi driver has admitted falling asleep at the wheel and plowing his car into pedestrians near Red Square, injuring eight people. He told police that after working for 20 hours, his foot mistakenly hit the gas pedal.
   
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Greek government survives no-confidence vote over Macedonia name deal
Greek lawmakers have voted down a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The vote was called over a deal to end a long-running name dispute with the neighboring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
   
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Spain rescues more than 900 migrants at sea, recovers 4 bodies
The coast guard has rescued migrants from 68 different smuggling boats in the last two days. This is in addition to the 630 people due to arrive in Spain on Sunday after being turned away by Italy and Malta.
   
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Luka Modric sends Croatia top of Group D
A Luka Modric penalty doubled Croatia\'s lead against Nigeria in Kaliningrad, sending the Croats top of Group D. Eintracht Frankfurt\'s Ante Rebic and Hoffenheim\'s Andrej Kramaric both impressed for Croatia.
   
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Philipp Lahm: Germany have all the tools to go far in the World Cup
Four years ago, he was lifting the World Cup aloft in Rio but Philipp Lahm says he\'s content with a watching brief this time around. The former Germany skipper tells DW about the current crop and the other contenders.
   
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No legal action to be taken against German rappers for Auschwitz lyrics
Rappers Kollegah and Farid Bang were accused of anti-Semitism and hate speech in their latest album. Protests against the lyrics led to the scrapping of the Echo music awards, which the pair had won in April.
   
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Germany\'s reporting on asylum-seekers exposes \'latent racism\'
Germany\'s mainstream media are facing mounting criticism over the coverage of crime stories involving refugee and migrant suspects. Media analyst Kai Hafez told DW that the coverage reveals Germany\'s unexamined biases.
   
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Portugal vs. Spain: The anatomy of a thriller
A Cristiano Ronaldo hat trick, a tale of redemption and some textbook Diego Costa controversy, Spain vs. Portugal had it all. And more. DW takes a look at the storylines and moments that made a World Cup classic.
   
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Analysis: Did Angela Merkel bring this political blow on herself?
Angela Merkel has gone from defender of the rule-based international order at the G7 to struggling to hold her own government together. The timing is a surprise; the fact that her migration policy is the cause isn\'t.
   
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Germany\'s Horst Seehofer fires head of BAMF migrant and refugee agency
Germany\'s interior minister has fired the head of the country\'s refugee agency after a scandal over improper asylum decisions came to light. The immigration issue threatens to splinter Angela Merkel\'s conservative bloc.
   
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Opinion: Germany is trapped in a \'credibility showdown\'
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer and his CSU party are engaged in a high-stakes gamble over asylum-seekers. That should not surprise anyone, says Jasper von Altenbockum of the Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung.
   
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Germany\'s social mobility among poorest worse than in the United States — OECD
A typical poor child in Germany would need 180 years to reach the average German income, while one in the United States would need 150 to reach the average US income. The OECD says that needs to change.
   
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The fight against racism in Russian football
Racist and xenophobic sentiments are widespread in Russian football, but a small group of fans are hoping to change that. The World Cup could provide a good opportunity to transform the country\'s supporter culture.
   
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German conductor Enoch zu Guttenberg dies, age 71
The leader of two ensembles and founder of the Herrenchiemsee Festival was a respected figure in German music life. His passing came unexpectedly.
   
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Interactive Anne Frank exhibition tackles racism
It\'s an exhibition that transcends a traditional museum visit. The new learning lab at Frankfurt\'s Anne Frank educational center allows young visitors to digitally dive into the hidden world of a persecuted Jewish girl.
   
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Stephen Hawking\'s voice to be beamed into space during burial service
A recording of Stephen Hawking\'s voice will be sent towards a black hole as he is laid to rest. His daughter said it was \"a message of peace and hope, about unity and the need for us to live together in harmony.\"
   
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CERN: Large Hadron Collider gets stronger, better, brighter
On June 15, workers at CERN start modernizing its largest Synchrotron — the LHC. They aim to generate many more particle collisions and collect considerably more data about Higgs- and other particles.
   
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Plogging: Germans take to the new eco-friendly fitness craze
The Swedish jogging trend, which is just as good for the environment as it is for your body, is taking off around the world. DW\'s Anabela Linke hit the streets of Cologne to find out what all the fuss is about.
   
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How Frida Kahlo\'s German dad influenced her as an artist
As the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up opens at London\'s Victoria and Albert Museum, DW explores how her father, a photographer originally from Germany, helped her become an artist.
   
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Hitler and the opera: Staging epic works to showcase power
A new exhibition looks at how the Nazis used opera as a powerful tool of propaganda, especially during the Nuremberg Rallies. Hitler was personally involved in the staging of some epic Wagner productions.
   
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World Cup 2018: Foreign fans flood into Moscow as Russia gets the party started
The streets around Red Square in the center of Moscow have had a distinctly Southern and Latin American flavor as World Cup fever takes hold. But the opening day has not been free of controversy.
   
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Did Robbie Williams \'sell his soul\' to Putin?
Soccer fans are in a frenzy for the World Cup kick-off, but the opening ceremony is dividing many. British singer Robbie Williams has reaped harsh criticism from his fellow citizens. DW revisits his career in pictures.
   
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World Cup 2018: Russia thrash Saudi Arabia in tournament opener
Hosts Russia thrashed Saudi Arabia in the opening match of World Cup 2018. Denis Cheryshev and Aleksandr Golovin both scored early contenders for goal of the tournament in an emphatic 5-0 win.
   
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Metallica and an Afghan project win \'Nobel Prize\' for music
As the winners of Sweden\'s prestigious Polar Music Prize, US heavy metal band Metallica and an Afghan music institute are set to be honored by the Swedish royal family on Thursday.
   
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EU increases 2030 renewables target to 32 percent after German opposition
Germany dismissed an even higher target demanded by the European Parliament as unrealistic. But Europe\'s biggest member state did not get exactly what it wanted in the negotiations in Brussels.
   
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Germany: Man charged with producing biological weapon at home in Cologne
Sief Allah H. was arrested after police in Cologne found a deadly toxin in his apartment. A local newspaper reported that the suspect came to Germany in 2016 and had terrorist sympathies.
   
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\'The Pope is quite rock\'n\'roll\': Wim Wenders on his new Pope Francis film
Wim Wenders is deeply impressed by the Pope. With his documentary, Pope Francis: A Man of his Word, which now hits German theaters, he wants to show that the Catholic Church leader can change the world.
   
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#MeToo: Mutual respect in theaters doesn\'t lead to \'Puritania\'
The German Theater and Orchestra Association has released a code of conduct that aims to prevent sexual harassment and abuses of power. DW got in touch with the association\'s president, Ulrich Khuonm, to discuss it.
   
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Puerto Ricans still without power as storm season rolls round again
Puerto Rico is still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Maria. Solar power has helped some get back on their feet, but as hurricane season comes round again many fear their island just isn\'t prepared.
   
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Rate of Antarctic ice melt triples since 2012, study finds
Around 3 trillion tons of Antarctic ice has melted in the past 25 years, according to a comprehensive study. Ice loss since 2012 has accelerated threefold, raising sea levels by 3 millimeters over a five-year period.
   
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Massive dust storm threatens Mars rover Opportunity
NASA experts worry that cold temperatures and a lack of sunlight could damage the rover Opportunity. The space agency has not been able to communicate with the rover for several days.
   
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DW\'s Health News: Lifestyle-related cancers on the rise
Did you know that your lifestyle can influence your cancer risk? Or that tea towels can make you sick? DW brings you this week\'s health news, all in one handy guide right here!
   
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Stars get naked for the love of fish
Big-name stars are getting their kits off to send the message that European waters are being drastically overfished, which is putting marine ecosystems under threat and could even take food off our plates.
   
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Guess boss Paul Marciano resigns over sexual misconduct allegations
The global fashion brand announced that its co-founder is stepping down following its own investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and assault made by model Kate Upton and others.
   
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Germany to miss 2020 greenhouse gas emissions target
Economic and population growth are to blame for Germany missing its climate protection target. One of the leaders of the Greens said figures show that Chancellor Angela Merkel has more bark than bite on climate change.
   
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Berlin\'s SPD wants to fund porn to fight sexism
Berlin\'s SPD has come up with a scheme to publicly fund feminist porn and distribute it for free via public broadcasters. The party wants to cater to teens who look for porn online, but don\'t always like what they find.
   
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Can plastic recycling solve the fast-fashion problem?
Fashion firms are tapping into growing public outrage at plastic pollution by offering snazzy garments made from old water bottles and other waste. But will it catch on — and can it make a difference?
   
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Why Germany has a unique football vocabulary
It doesn\'t feel that way now, but Germans weren\'t enthusiastic about football in the 19th century. Christoph Marx, a World Cup historian, explains how special terms for soccer were developed to change that.
   
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Artists After the Escape: Judith Kerr, children\'s book author at 95
Generations of children have loved Judith Kerr\'s books, which have become school reading material worldwide. Kerr fled Nazi Germany with her family in 1933 — a personal tale she wove into \"When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.\"
   
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The story of an imitation Russian village in Potsdam that lives on
People who visit the colony of Alexandrovka in Potsdam south of Berlin are both impressed — and surprised. As football\'s World Cup is set to begin in Russia, we explore a fairytale village from the time of the Tsars.
   
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Global Media Forum 2018: #MeToo, beyond the Hollywood bubble
The #MeToo movement has been lauded as a catalyst for change. But what effects has it really had for women worldwide? A DW Arts.21 special brought international activists together at the Global Media Forum to find out.
   
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On the ISS, \'Astro Alex\' says he\'s found he has space \'muscle memory\'
Alexander Gerst has said in a live-call event from the International Space Station that returning there proved surprisingly easy. Responding to a DW question, he said some of the processes were \"like riding a bicycle.\"
   
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Nobel literature scandal deepens as Jean-Claude Arnault is charged with rape
A Swedish state prosecutor has brought two charges of rape against the man at the center of a scandal that has forced the Swedish Academy to cancel the award of the Nobel Prize for literature in 2018.
   
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Croation author Ivana Sajko wins International Literature Award
The major literary award for a work of fiction translated into German goes to a Croatian novel. Sajko\'s Love Story has been praised for revealing \"the power and impotence\" of individuals in the globalized age.
   
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Why so many gosh darn jellyfish?
Mediterranean resorts are having to ban swimming because of plagues of jellyfish, which scientists blame on a complex cocktail of human impacts, from climate change to overfishing.
   
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Prestigious Peace Prize of the German Book Trade goes to Aleida and Jan Assmann
The German academic duo have been selected for cultural writings that have promoted \"sustainable peace and understanding among the peoples of the world.\" They will be receiving the award at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
   
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The KATRIN Tritium Neutrino experiment: A giant scale for the tiniest particles starts
Neutrinos are so tiny and inconspicuous that physicists believed for a long time they had no mass. Now, a massive device that scientists say will determine the mass of neutrinos has begun operation in Karlsruhe.
   
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11 of our favorite football films
Hooligans and Iranian women heading to the stadium, Maradona and Pelé showcasing their skills: To get in the mood ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, here are 11 of our favorite soccer movies.
   
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Everything you need to know about the Bach cantatas
Choosing the \"best\" of Johann Sebastian Bach\'s nearly 200 sacred cantatas is a daunting task, as each one seems perfect. But three leading Bach experts took up the challenge.
   
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CEBIT\'s last-ditch effort to remain relevant
In a desperate bid to secure its future and reinvent itself, Europe\'s biggest digital tech expo is trying a new format, turning itself into a technology festival and organizing the event in early summer.
   
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Climate change strips nutrients from food crops
Environmental changes are posing a serious threat to production and nutritional value of our crops. Not taking action could have major global implications for food security and public health, a new study outlines.
   
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2,000-year-old burial complex discovered near Sea of Galilee
Israeli construction workers unearthed a cave in Tiberias which was likely a family burial space from Roman times.
   
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The Swiss World Cup football stickers that art lovers will want to collect
Offbeat and humorous: Artists from around the world have illustrated the players and coaches of all 32 World Cup teams, creating over 500 collectible football stickers to fill \"Tschutti Heftli\" scrapbooks across Europe.
   
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Anna Delvey, fake German heiress, stiffs art world
Once an art magazine intern, Anna Delvey, aka Anna Sorokin, created a jet-setting lifestyle for herself on others\' dimes. Now the fake heiress has had her scams revealed, and Netflix is to adapt her story into a series.
   
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G7 minus two: Leaders agree to ocean plastics charter
Five of the G7 nations, without the US and Japan, have agreed to an ocean plastics charter. But will such non-binding measures be enough for the world\'s industrialized countries to beat plastic pollution together?
   
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Robert De Niro says \'F*** Trump\' twice on live TV
Award-winning actor De Niro denounced US President Donald Trump with expletives during the live television broadcast of the Tony Awards Sunday evening. The speech won him a standing ovation.
   
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New Polish Vodka Museum in Warsaw celebrates national drink
Poland has long been been synonymous with vodka around the world, but the country\'s first museum devoted to the national beverage will finally open in Warsaw on June 12.
   
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Berlin Biennale: \'Real decolonization has to hurt\'
The Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is celebrating its 10th anniversary under the title \"We Don\'t Need Another Hero.\" Yvette Mutumba of the curatorial team speaks about postcolonialism and contemporary art.
   
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From Velcro to high-speed trains: 5 examples of technology inspired by nature
What do wasps have to do with brain surgery? What can architecture learn from termites? We look at five examples of technology that found their designs in nature.
   
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Warming waters hit the iconic puffin
Seabirds are declining rapidly as an increase in ocean temperature means their food source is disappearing.