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Tunisia election: Political outsiders reach runoff
An imprisoned populist who owns a TV channel and a reserved law professor are the two leading candidates. The vote has been widely seen as a stress test for Tunisia\'s fledgling democracy.
   
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Apple appeals record €13 billion tax payment demanded by European Commission
Tech giant Apple is appealing a 2016 EU ruling requiring that it pays a record €13 billion in back taxes in Ireland. Apple says the ruling \"defies common sense.\" Unusually, Ireland doesn\'t want the extra tax revenues.
   
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Italian soldier stabbed near Milan train station
A man reportedly used a letter opener to injure a soldier on patrol in Milan, a day after attacking people with a pen. Other soldiers managed to subdue the suspect, who allegedly shouted \"Allahu Akbar\" during the arrest.
   
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German women pensioners receive 26% less than men
A new study shows that women pensioners in Germany can expect an average of 26% less in monthly payments than men. Women would need to save up to 2% of their annual salary throughout their careers to be on par with men.
   
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Uncertainty over oil price goes beyond possible cut to Saudi supply
It\'s been a turbulent few days on international markets for oil investors. Yet while Saudi Arabian supply may be restored quickly, the attacks have raised questions that may impact the price of oil in the longer term.
   
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Lax law enforcement causing Indonesia\'s forest fires: Greenpeace
Land and forest fires are becoming very common in Indonesia. International environment watchdog Greenpeace says the government needs to strictly enforce laws against responsible parties.
   
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North Korea \'abduction victims\' turn up in Japan
Some of the 880 people on the government\'s list of missing Japanese may not have been seized by North Korea – but Tokyo will continue to demand the release of those it has evidence were taken. Julian Ryall reports.
   
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Iran charges three Australians with espionage
Two travel bloggers and an academic have been detained without charges for weeks. Now, they stand accused of photographing military sites and spying for a foreign power.
   
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US-Japan trade deal: half-full or half-empty?
Donald Trump says his administration will enter into an initial bilateral trade deal with Japan in the coming weeks. But the fate of cars and a currency clause remain unresolved.
   
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AS Roma football campaign leads to missing boy\'s reunion with family
A campaign by Italian football team AS Roma led to the successful recovery of a missing Kenyan teenager. The team has been using social media since June to help find missing children around the world.
   
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\'Snowden refugees\' in Hong Kong dream of safety in Canada
As Edward Snowden releases his memoir, refugees who sheltered him in Hong Kong in 2013 are still stuck in limbo. Now facing deportation, they hope Canada will offer them protection.
   
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Alternative education for HIV-positive children in Ethiopia
Holistic models of care for HIV-positive children are almost non-existent in Ethiopia. In an area south of the capital with a high prevalence of of virus that can lead to AIDS, one school is an exception.
   
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Saudi kingdom stands firm after oil attack
Saudi Arabia\'s monarch has reassured his cabinet that the kingdom can deal with the effects of last week\'s attack. Oil prices have soared since the strikes on key Saudi oil facilities.
   
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EU Parliament backs France\'s Lagarde as next ECB chief
The nod from EU lawmakers paves the way for Lagarde to take up the post with the European Central Bank in November. Once formally confirmed, she will be the ECB\'s first female president.
   
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Turkey: Censorship fogging up pollution researchers\' work
In Turkey, rapid urbanization and poor pollution control are impacting public health, according to researchers. They say the government is fully aware, and is punishing experts who\'ve tried to warn the public.
   
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German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter wins the Praemium Imperiale 2019
One of the world\'s most celebrated violinists, Anne-Sophie Mutter is among the five prizewinners of the prestigious Japanese award that has been called the Nobel prize for the arts.
   
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Italy\'s Matteo Renzi to form new party after exiting Democratic Party
The former prime minister of Italy has parted ways with the Democratic Party, saying it lacked vision for the future. His decision could destabilize a coalition government between PD and the populist 5-Star Movement.
   
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Taliban claims deadly strike near rally for Afghan President Ghani
President Ghani was unharmed, officials say. At least 24 people were killed in the blast that has been claimed by the Taliban.
   
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Australia\'s Cardinal Pell files final appeal against child sex abuse conviction
Cardinal George Pell has taken his case to the country\'s High Court, his last avenue of appeal. He is currently serving a six-year sentence for abusing two boys in the 1990s.
   
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Brexit: UK Supreme Court to rule on suspension of parliament
Britain\'s highest court is deliberating whether Boris Johnson\'s decision to prorogue parliament was unlawful. Critics have accused the prime minister of silencing debate in his attempts to push through Brexit.
   
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Solomon Islands switches recognition from Taiwan to China
The decision is a major win for China as it seeks to turn a dwindling number of countries that recognize Taiwan. The loss leaves Taiwan recognized by only 16 countries.
   
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Edward Snowden: Germany a \'primary example\' of NSA surveillance cooperation
In his new book, Edward Snowden describes how US intelligence agencies collect vast amounts of data around the world. Foreign governments often help facilitate the collection, and Germany is no exception.
   
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Greta Thunberg wins Amnesty International award
The 16-year-old, and the movement she inspired, have won the 2019 Ambassador of Conscience Award. Germany, meanwhile, confirmed aggressive action on climate change as its citizens prepare for mass protests on Friday.
   
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IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi calls on fighters to free detained jihadis and families
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is purported to have issued his first message since April. He called on fighters to free tens of thousands of jihadis and family members from prison and detention camps.
   
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Nile dam project: Talks stall between Egypt and Ethiopia
Egypt has accused Ethiopia of being \"unfair\" in talks over a massive dam project. The impasse has occurred due to technical aspects related to the filling and operating of the multi-billion dollar project.
   
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Central America suffers massive power outage
Honduras has been the worst affected with Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala also partly without electricity. The blackout was caused by a failure in the connection network.
   
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Germany to extend anti-IS mission: reports
Germany plans to extend its anti-IS mission, but will begin to curtail parts of the mandate. The issue has divided the CDU-SPD coalition in Berlin.
   
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Hungary rejects criticism after EU ministers\' grilling
The EU has started formal proceedings against Hungary for alleged breaches of the bloc\'s values and the rule of law. Hungary has strongly rejected the accusations as politically motivated.
   
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France: Brigitte Macron to go back to teaching
The French first lady is set to teach at a school for adult students in a tough Paris neighborhood. She previously gave up her job as a literature teacher to support her husband\'s political career.
   
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Aldi to expand in UK despite profit loss
German discounter Aldi says it plans to open more than 100 stores in the UK over the next two years. The news comes just months after rival company Lidl said it wants to step up its presence in London with 40 new sites.
   
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Champions League: Could Ansu Fati fill Lionel Messi\'s boots in Dortmund?
Borussia Dortmund host Barcelona in their opening Champions League Group F match. With Lionel Messi an injury doubt, Barcelona\'s wunderkind looks ready to step into the limelight if called upon.
   
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Hindus fear for their lives after Pakistan blasphemy riots
Communal riots have erupted in Ghotki, a southern Pakistani town, after a charged mob attacked a school due to blasphemy accusations against its Hindu principal. Blasphemy is a sensitive issue in the Islamic country.
   
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A rocky road to science and diplomacy in the Middle East
The SESAME synchrotron in Jordan is an ambitious scientific, political and social experiment — since way before it even started producing results. DW\'s Zulfikar Abbany spent a week in the Middle East to find out why.
   
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Will election-weary Israelis end Benjamin Netanyahu\'s rule?
It is unprecedented even in Israeli politics: Voters are going to the polls for the second time in six months. And Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is fighting for his political survival.
   
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Von der Leyen defends \'European Way of Life\' title
The incoming chief of the European Commission has rejected calls to change the name for her new migration commissioner. The title \"European Way of Life\" is seen by some as redolent of far-right rhetoric.
   
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The dignity of refugees: Homi K. Bhabha speaks at the Ruhrtriennale
The Indian English scholar, a leading thinker in the fields of post-colonialism and integration, had food for thought for visitors at the Ruhrtriennale.
   
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German bus operator offers free trips to climate protests
Intercity coach network Flixbus has announced they will offer free rides to climate change protesters this month. Over 400 protests are planned in Germany as part of a global day of action on September 20 and 27.
   
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Will Mr Nice transform French football?
French Ligue 1 club Nice have been taken over by British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe. More proof that France is edging closer to the English and Italian model and away from the German and Spanish, but will it work?
   
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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on politics, human rights and storytelling
She discussed the art of writing at the Berlin International Literature Festival, where DW met the celebrated author of \"Americanah.\" Adichie was also awarded a prestigious citizens\' award in Kassel on Sunday.
   
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Right-wing activists vandalize EU mission in Israel
An anti-asylum seeker activist had spray-painted slogans such as \"German money kills Jews\" and \"EU get out\" on the walls of the mission\'s lobby. The EU\'s top diplomat in Israel has said his staff would \"not be deterred.\"
   
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Norway: Scores of sheep swept away by flooding
Norwegian police have said more than 100 sheep were swept away by a river during a heavy rainfall. Houses and a retirement home were also cut off by rising water levels.
   
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No Brexit breakthrough as Johnson meets Juncker, EU says
Salmon, snails, and the Irish backstop were on the menu for the UK prime minister and European Commission president. But a day of deadlock ended ignominously for Boris Johnson.
   
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Star designer Luigi Colani has passed away: \'My world is round\'
Even at an advanced age, famed German designer Luigi Colani had crazy ideas. In the 1970s, he markedly influenced the world of design with his at-times-impractical, yet brilliant, shapes. He died at the age of 91.
   
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Shock and awe, but few surprises as oil prices spike
The attacks on Saudi Arabia\'s oil production facilities could mean that a large chunk of its oil exports are sidelined for weeks. But the price spike that has followed may not last, as global demand has changed.
   
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Cities: \'When you design for cars, people get left out\'
Nepal\'s capital, Kathmandu, suffers from some of the world\'s worst air quality, due to rapid development, the environmental engineer Bhushan Tuladhar says. How can the city in a valley be redesigned?
   
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VW settles Australia suit over \'dieselgate\' scandal
Volkswagen has agreed to pay out millions over a class-action suit brought by about 100,000 Australian consumers. The company has paid billions to US and Canadian consumers and faces a second Australian lawsuit.
   
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GM autoworkers strike in dispute over conditions
Some 49,000 employees in the US walked out after contract talks on pay and benefits with General Motors came to a grinding halt. It marks the first national strike since 2007 for the union autoworkers at GM.
   
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Mining projects foment unrest across Latin America
Protest against new mining projects across Latin America are increasingly being quashed, according to NGOs. Mining of the raw materials is also fomenting social and political unrest.
   
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Paris wants to give €500 subsidies for e-bikes
The Île-de-France transport authority plans to offer citizens €500 to buy an e-bike in 2020. A growing number of local and national governments are following this model to make green transportation a cheaper option.
   
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Nazi satire \'Jojo Rabbit\' wins top prize at Toronto Film Festival
New Zealand director Taika Waititi took home the Toronto Film Festival\'s audience award for his coming-of-age comedy set in Nazi Germany. The prize is seen as one of the best predictors for Oscar winners.
   
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UK: Lib Dems vow to end Brexit if elected
The political party has always maintained an anti-Brexit stance, but they have now taken an unequivocal position. If they win a general election, they will revoke the decision to leave the European Union.
   
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Opinion: EU must react to pressure from Turkey
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is using Syrian refugees as a bargaining chip to blackmail the EU. Europe must step up and decide how to react — before it is too late, says DW\'s Barbara Wesel.
   
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Bundesliga Bulletin: Bayern Munich trail league leaders Leipzig
On an action-packed matchday, Borussia Dortmund dazzled at home but the surprise was in Leipzig as Bayern Munich somehow failed to win. The rest of the matchday saw big wins for sides lower down the table.
   
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Death, taxes, and Freiburg overachieving
Christian Streich’s players sealed their best-ever start to a Bundesliga campaign. Their win at Hoffenheim was also a clash between two very different philosophies, in which money tells a small part of the story.
   
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Bundesliga: Julian Nagelsmann makes his mark as RB Leipzig ride their luck
Outplayed for long periods, RB Leipzig could have fallen on their sword against Bayern Munich. But a key tactical change and some good fortune saw Leipzig earn an important point.
   
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Munich gallery protest did not end in eviction, Ai Weiwei asserts
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has denied being \"thrown out\" of a Munich gallery after protesting with staff fearing layoffs. Media had shown Ai debating with Bernhard Spies, commercial director of the Haus der Kunst.
   
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Bundesliga: Bayern Munich held in Leipzig
Early on in the season, Julian Nagelsmann\'s undefeated RB Leipzig side took on the defending champions Bayern Munich. In a thrilling, end-to-end game, there was somehow no winner. Both goalkeepers impressed.
   
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Opinion: This Borussia Dortmund can win the Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund\'s season started with a stutter, but a dominant win over Bayer Leverkusen saw them purring along at their best. This team, playing in this style, can go all the way, writes Janek Speight.
   
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Big Pharma nixes new drugs despite impending \'antibiotic apocalypse\'
At a time when health officials are calling for mass demonstrations in favor of new antibiotics, drug companies have stopped making them altogether. Their sole reason, according to a new report: profit.
   
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Gold toilet stolen from Britain\'s Blenheim Palace
A gang has stolen a solid gold, fully functional toilet from an art exhibit at Britain\'s Blenheim Palace. The artwork, dubbed America, was once offered on loan to US President Donald Trump.
   
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Bundesliga: Wolfsburg are nowt without Wout Weghorst
After a standout debut season, Wolfsburg striker Wout Weghorst has not lost his prolific touch in 2019-20. In Düsseldorf, the Dutchman again underlined his importance to the Wolves\' realizing their ambitions.
   
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Rammstein singer Till Lindemann releases solo single
After a successful tour, the Rammstein frontman is releasing a single as a solo artist, Lindemann. The video for the song \"Steh auf\" features — unsurprisingly for the shock rocker — scenes of violence.
   
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Genetically modified mosquitoes breed in Brazil
After a field experiment between 2013 and 2015, genetically modified mosquitoes are breeding in Brazil. According to the researchers\' original plan, all released mosquitoes and their offspring should have died.
   
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Humboldt 2.0: Why a scientist born 250 years ago is more relevant than ever
Alexander von Humboldt measured everything in sight. Though many of his discoveries are hard to categorize or have been superseded, his holistic view of nature led the way to how we see and understand the world today.
   
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How Austria\'s far right turned the stadium artwork \'For Forest\' into a campaign issue
The art installation of 299 trees in a stadium aims to draw attention to the fragility of forests, but right-wing populists misappropriated the project for their election campaign. DW asked artist Klaus Littmann why.
   
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The power woman of classical music: Clara Schumann
Two centuries after her birth, the composer, critic, impresario, pianist, celebrity, mother and Robert Schumann\'s wife — and not necessarily in that order — is recognized as a 19th century power woman.
   
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Pen-chewing research wins Ig Nobel prize for German scientist
A German scientist was awarded an Ig Nobel prize for discovering that holding a pen in your mouth does not bring joy. Other winners proved that one testicle is warmer than the other and that banknotes spread disease.
   
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When cultures unite: Highlights from the 2019 Campus Concert
Young performers from South Africa and Germany share their vision of harmony with a mesmerized audience in Bonn. The annual Campus Project organized by DW is one of the highlights of the Beethovenfest Bonn.
   
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Germany ready to spend €75 billion to tackle climate change by 2030: report
Germany\'s finance minister said failure to secure a \"convincing solution\" may risk government stability. Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on the private sector to take up the \"Herculean task\" to combat climate change.
   
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13 cultural references that made Friday the 13th unlucky
Through myths, books and films, Friday the 13th has become an unusual day — even for those who aren\'t superstitious. The makers of the same-named movies might know a thing or two about this.
   
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Universe might be 2 billion years younger: study
Researchers at the Max Planck Society in Germany have said the cosmos is expanding faster than previously believed, leading them to believe the universe is significantly younger. But some are skeptical of the findings.
   
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Opinion: End of the road for the International Motor Show
German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened Frankfurt\'s IAA motor show, likely for the last time. Not because her mandate is nearing an end, but because the car industry as we know it is history, says DW\'s Henrik Böhme.
   
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\'Walking through Walls\' exhibition explores divisive borders
The exhibition at the Gropius-Bau museum in Berlin marks the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. It deals with segregation and divisive ideologies — which the world is still filled with.
   
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Turkish rappers call on citizens to speak up with music video
#Susamam has had more than 20 million clicks on YouTube. The musicians\' message to their fellow citizens: \"Don\'t remain silent!\" The ruling AKP party in Turkey feels provoked; the Turkish press has also admonished DW.
   
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Germany\'s Heiko Maas vows to meet more activists after China outcry
The German foreign minister has dismissed Chinese criticism over his meeting with Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong. He promised to continue meeting activists, saying: \"That won\'t change in the future.\"
   
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Will US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell be Trump\'s next security adviser?
US President Trump called Richard Grenell, the top US envoy to Germany, one of five \"good people\" for the national security adviser job. But Grenell\'s assertive approach to diplomacy may lead Trump to keep him in Berlin.
   
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Don\'t use the term \'race,\' German scientists urge
Following the 100th anniversary of the death of the \"German Darwin,\" researchers have distanced themselves from the classification of humans into races. Scientific decency should preclude using the term \"race,\" they say.
   
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Scientists discover water on planet outside solar system
Astronomers have detected water vapor in the atmosphere of the exoplanet K2-18b. They say it is the first planet beyond earth that has the potential to support life.
   
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Alexander von Humboldt: A 19th century German home story
Humboldt\'s private life was revealed in two watercolors painted by Eduard Hildebrandt. One from 1856 shows him in his Berlin library and encapsulated his entire life by revealing the cluttered rooms of a wunderkind.
   
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Margaret Atwood\'s new novel: A testament to the dangers of totalitarianism today
Margaret Atwood\'s new novel, \"The Testaments,\" takes readers back to the horrors of Gilead. But 34 years after \"The Handmaid\'s Tale\" was first published, is that world more fact than fiction today?
   
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Researchers create northern white rhino embryos to save species
An international group of scientists is hoping to bring the northern white rhino back from the brink of extinction. With only two females left in the world, they are turning to a sub-species for help.
   
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\'Our water is our gold\': Armenians blockade controversial mine
In the mountains of Armenia, a previously bucolic spa town is home to a goldmine locals say threatens the country\'s biggest source of freshwater, and with it, an entire ecosystem.
   
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Beyond the stories of French WWII POWs? German city grapples with history museum
If walls could talk, what stories would — and should — they tell? In the case of Nazi-built, ex-POW barracks in the German city of Soest, the answer has been complicated by overlapping layers of 20th-century history.
   
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Documentary photography giant Robert Frank dies
Pioneering documentary photographer Robert Frank has died at the age of 94. \"The Americans,\" his landmark book from 1958, was a hugely influential work of the Beat Generation, paving the way for a new photographic style.
   
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Authors Dov Alfon and Friedrich Ani on populism and what crime novels reveal about the world
After a joint talk at the German-Israeli literature festival, authors Ani and Alfon told DW how they see their role as novelists and why they believe fiction explains the world better than newspapers.
   
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Beethovenfest and Campus Concert 2019: South Africa in focus
Deutsche Welle\'s and the Beethovenfest\'s Campus Project attracts young artists from all over the world to Bonn. This year features an exchange between South Africa and Germany — both cultures should get closer musically.
   
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Kenya and Tanzania: Living on the Mara River, together
Scientists are gathering data on the Mara River to ensure it can continue to support life, all the way from its source in Kenya to its mouth in Tanzania.
   
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Singing about unsung heroes: Composer Tshepo Tsotetsi at the Beethovenfest
Known internationally through his New Skool Orchestra, the young South African composer feels a responsibility to tell the stories of today, as he reveals in conversation with DW.
   
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Germany: Neo-Nazi politician to be voted out of post after outcry
The news spread like wildfire across Germany: a far-right extremist politician was elected to a local post by representatives of mainstream parties. After days of outrage, the council now says it wants to undo the vote.
   
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Authors react to growing populism at the German-Israeli lit fest
What can literature do to counter propaganda, lies and distorted language? At the German-Israeli Literature Festival, writers Priya Basil and Sami Berdugo reflected on how to deal with populism and polarization.
   
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Germany\'s Angela Merkel urges China to do more for climate
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has underlined the importance of international cooperation on both global warming and global trade in a speech to Chinese students. She also criticized China\'s social credit system.
   
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Getting ready for Margaret Atwood\'s new novel, \'The Testaments\'
It\'s the book launch event of the year: \"The Testaments\" hits bookshelves next week amid a near-total media embargo. But why is there such a hype behind Margaret Atwood\'s sequel to \"The Handmaid\'s Tale\"?
   
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Germany\'s Heiko Maas commits to fight against sexual violence on Congo visit
Heiko Maas has made the effort to end sexual violence a key theme of German foreign policy. The issue was front and center during the foreign minister\'s visit to a Congo hospital. Fabian von der Mark reports from Bukavu.
   
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Did Russian intelligence hire a criminal to execute a Chechen dissident in Berlin?
A Chechen refugee was killed in Berlin in August, his suspected killer was carrying a Russian passport. Historian Mark Galeotti sees parallels between this case and the attack on double agent Skripal in the UK.
   
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German wind energy stalls amid public resistance and regulatory hurdles
The German Economy Ministry has held a summit to discuss a dramatic slowdown in the wind energy sector that\'s threatening agreed climate goals. The problems are due to policy mistakes and growing public resistance.
   
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Unbroken enchantment: Neuschwanstein Castle turns 150
As Neuschwanstein marks the 150th anniversary of its groundbreaking ceremony, a team from Bavaria\'s criminal investigation office has found its forgotten cornerstone. The famous castle still fires the imagination.
   
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Germany\'s Syria conundrum
What is Germany willing to do to stabilize Syria? Will it prolong its anti-IS mandate? How does its large Syrian community affect matters? Ahead of the mandate\'s expiration, German lawmakers are debating the way forward.
   
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Patents on plants: Is the sellout of genes a threat to farmers and global food security?
The number of property claims on plants by companies is rising. This can have dramatic consequences for farmers around the globe, as a case in India shows.
   
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Armenia goes green, hopes to spur economic development
Economically, Armenia has never truly recovered from the collapse of the Soviet Union. A third of the population has left since 1991. Environmental concerns had been low on the agenda — until now.
   
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What can music tell us about plastic pollution? 
Electronic music duo Matmos made their latest album using sounds made from plastic waste, like trash bags and even a police riot shield. Plastic Anniversary draws our attention to the terror and beauty of the material.  
   
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Can coffee growing in Mozambique save a rainforest and keep the peace?
Conflict and logging have decimated Mozambique\'s central rainforest. One coffee project is trying to restore lost trees. Some hope it will also help keep fighting at bay.
   
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Can tourists coexist with nature on Lebanon\'s Rabbit Island?
Lebanon\'s beaches have a serious pollution problem. But off Tripoli\'s Mediterranean coast, a pristine haven attracts migrating wildlife and daytrippers alike. Can the tourists and turtles find a way to coexist?
   
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Amazon wildfires set to cause irreversible damage
By the end of the dry season, the fires in Brazil could spread to other untouched forest areas, threatening the survival of individual tree species. But it\'s still too early to assess the full extent of the damage.
   
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The Amazon: Vital for our planet
The rainforest provides the whole of South America with moisture, influences rainfall patterns in the region, stabilizes the world\'s climate and has the richest biodiversity of any ecosytem on Earth.
   
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Wind farms: climate protection vs. nature protection
Our warming world needs alternatives to polluting fossil fuels. Wind energy is part of the solution, but how bad are wind turbines for nature?
   
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German defense minister meets Islamic State victims in Iraq
Germany\'s defense minister has met with female victims from the Yazidi minority group in northern Iraq. It is the German minister\'s third and final day of her inaugural tour of the Middle East.
   
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Germany spends millions of euros on US military bases
The United States has put pressure on Germany to increase defense spending and has threatened to pull troops out of the country.
   
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US military in Germany: What you need to know
A decision to move US troops out of Germany would mark a major change in the defense relationship between the two countries and reshape the basis of American military presence in Europe since WWII.
   
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The female Maasai community rangers protecting Kenya\'s wildlife
The first female Maasai community ranger unit in Kenya is teaming up with male colleagues to protect wildlife on their traditional land. The women are also receiving a sustainable income for the first time.
   
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Bridging the past and present in and around Dresden
Dresden\'s stunning architecture, tragic history, and nationalist far-right populism usually make headlines. Join DW’s Eesha Kheny as she visits the royal city and neighboring Saxon Switzerland National Park.
   
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Is the 2020 Olympics an opportunity for Japan to tackle seafood sustainability?
From tuna to sea urchin, Japanese cuisine is all about seafood. But with fish stocks critically endangered, tourists sampling local delicacies may be harming marine life more than they realize.