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Germany probes \'right-wing extremist\' murder of politician
A politician has been murdered in an apparent execution-style assassination. German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has described the attack as \"right-wing extremist\" in nature, saying it was \"directed against us all.\"
   
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Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado wins German book trade Peace Prize
The prestigious Peace Prize of the German Book Trade has been awarded to 75-year-old Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado for raising awareness about environmental destruction and the climate crisis.
   
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Facebook\'s cryptocurrency plan is taking shape
The world\'s biggest social network has indicated that it wants to move into the payments industry by launching its own cryptocurrency next year. DW looks at what\'s behind Facebook\'s not-so-cryptic plan.
   
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Joshua Wong: Carrie Lam \'incapable\' of leading Hong Kong
Speaking to DW, activist Joshua Wong said the city\'s Chief Executive Lam must step down following orders to shoot at people protesting the extradition law. Lam\'s attitude is also symptomatic of China\'s interference.
   
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Hong Kong leader refuses to step down after mass protests
Carrie Lam, the city\'s chief executive, has said she wants time to \"continue to work hard\" for the people of Hong Kong. But activists have promised to not back down, with Joshua Wong telling DW: \"Now is the time.\"
   
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Germany’s imam quandary: Educate, don’t import
Ending foreign influence on Muslim religious leaders\' education is a long-term goal for the German government. A new study might lead the way for training local imams, if all parties involved are willing to participate.
   
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German philosopher Jürgen Habermas at 90
Renowned for his analysis of democracy and rule of law, he is one of the most influential thinkers alive. As he turns 90, Jürgen Habermas is not about to stop getting involved in the big questions of our time.
   
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Dead or alive: A Peruvian market where the illegal animal trade thrives
If you know where to look at Peru\'s infamous rainforest market, you\'ll find all sorts of endangered animals for sale as bushmeat or as pets. But some are trying to stop the trade before it\'s too late.
   
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Former UEFA president Michel Platini arrested
Reports in France claim that former UEFA president Michel Platini has been detained for questioning in connection with an investigation into the awarding of the 2022 FIFA World Cup to Qatar.
   
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Migrants in the Gulf see dreams of higher wages ruined
More than a million foreign workers have been sent packing as Gulf leaders face pressure to hire more locals. Despite the region\'s reputation for exploitation and rigidity, many foreigners still dream of Arabia.
   
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Germany mulls requests to host Sea-Watch migrants
Dozens of cities, including Berlin and Rottenburg, have offered to take in migrants rescued in the Mediterranean. But German authorities have said resettling 53 migrants rescued by Sea-Watch would require EU support.
   
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Women in football\'s boardrooms: Alone among men
Despite on-field progress, 95 percent of football\'s leadership roles are filled by men. Many clubs and associations resist quotas aimed at changing that, but Norway\'s example shows there\'s another way.
   
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EU court rules against autobahn tolls
The ECJ has rejected the fees known as \"vignettes\" after Austria, with support from the Netherlands, had lodged a complaint. The EU has said the tolls are in breach of anti-discrimination laws.
   
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Deadly earthquake strikes southern China
At least 12 people have been reported killed and more than 130 injured after an earthquake hit Sichuan province. The epicenter was outside a city home to more than 4.4 million people.
   
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Christchurch neo-Nazi jailed for sharing mosque murder video
The owner of a \"Nazi-themed\" insulation company in Christchurch, New Zealand has been jailed for distributing the video of a deadly shooting spree committed at two mosques. He reportedly said the video was \"awesome.\"
   
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Salvini wants Italy to be \'first\' US ally in Europe
Italy\'s populist deputy leader was keen to highlight his \"shared vision\" with President Trump during a visit to Washington. Salvini met Vice President Pence during the unusally high-level trip for an interior minister.
   
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World population to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 — UN
The United Nations predicts that half of this growth will take place in only nine countries, as the world is getting older overall. India is projected to become the world\'s most-populated country by 2027.
   
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\'Puppy dog eyes\' developed to manipulate humans
A new scientific study suggests that dogs have evolved to raise their eyebrows to ensnare human empathy. This could be either to emulate babies or to show people the whites of their eyes.
   
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US sends 1,000 more soldiers to Middle East
A 1,000 extra troops are to be deployed to counter what the US perceives as Iran\'s threatening behavior. The US also released images it says provide proof that Tehran was responsible for attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
   
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Civilians in Syria\'s Idlib caught between front lines
Despite a ceasefire, Russian and Syrian forces are continuing to carry out daily airstrikes on Idlib province in northwestern Syria. The main targets are often civilian facilities.
   
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Germany: Police find newborn baby in garbage
The child was close to death after being discovered wrapped in towels in a trash sack. Police said the mother had disposed of the newborn shortly after she gave birth to it on Friday.
   
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\'Ignoring\' anti-Semitism not an option, German president warns
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has appealed for Germans to show civic courage in the face of anti-Semitism. The call comes amid growing attacks on Jewish people in Germany.
   
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Women\'s World Cup: Germany find their shooting boots just before the knockouts
Germany have qualified for the knockout stages after coming through Group B unbeaten and without conceding a single goal. Monday\'s 4-0 win over South Africa was welcome but routine. Now there are bigger tests to come.
   
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Catholic Church considers married priests for Amazon
A historic shift in policy could pave the way for married men to preach in areas where clergy are scarce. The requirement for priests to have never been married has been in place for centuries.
   
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Women\'s World Cup: Germany hammer South Africa to secure top spot
Having already booked their place in the Round of 16, Germany were out to clinch top spot in Group B. They did so in formidable fashion against a South Africa side that struggled to keep up.
   
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Pakistan avalanche leaves 7 climbers stranded
Officials in Pakistan say an avalanche has struck four Italians and three locals in the country\'s mountainous north. As yet, there have been no reports on the well-being of the mountaineers.
   
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Walter Lübcke murder raises specter of neo-Nazi terrorism
A suspected neo-Nazi\'s arrest in the German politician\'s murder case has focused concerns on far-right terrorism. A member of Chancellor Angela Merkel\'s CDU party, he supported her pro-migration stance.
   
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Egypt\'s former President Mohammed Morsi dies in court
Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has died during a court hearing. The democratically elected Islamist held power for just one year before being ousted by the military in 2013.
   
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Is Egypt using Syrian refugees as a bargaining chip with Europe?
For Syrian refugees in Egypt, crackdowns from the state and racism in society are a part of everyday life. A migration expert spoke to DW about conditions in the country, and how the EU shares some of the blame.
   
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EU warns against blaming Iran for oil tanker attacks
European foreign ministers have urged restraint in directing blame over an alleged attack on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The US has pointed the finger at Iran, but European diplomats say they need more evidence.
   
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Exhibition \'This Place\' shows Israel and the West Bank from a new perspective
The images we know of Israel and the West Bank very often portray conflict. An exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin features works of photographers who explored the area with an artistic approach.
   
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Women are less visible in STEM: Why?
According to common stereotypes, women are better at languages and history, while men are better at chemistry and math. But are these categorizations based on fact?
   
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Germany, France and Spain sign deal on European fighter jet
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen has described the signing as a \"big day for the European defense union.\" The \'Future Combat Air System\' is due to be operational by 2040.
   
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India-US trade tensions threaten the ties that bind
The US and India are long-standing allies, and trade is an important part of the relationship. However, a row over market access and tariffs has escalated, leading to fears of a protracted dispute.
   
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Iran prepares to violate uranium limit in nuclear deal
The Islamic Republic has signaled its intention to exceed limits on uranium enrichment under the deal. Iranian officials said European guarantors still have time to save the accord before it surpasses \"the 300 kg limit.\"
   
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Fake lashes with side effects: Risk of eczema and infection
Long, full lashes are considered attractive, especially in women. That\'s why artificial lashes are on the rise. But these extensions come with health risks.
   
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Bonn\'s Schumannfest: Pianist Danae Dörken on the power of music
Hailed as one of the rising stars of her generation, the 27-year-old German-Greek pianist is also a festival organizer. She tells DW why artistry fulfills an essential function in people\'s lives.
   
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France to declare natural emergency after deadly storm
The French government is to declare a natural emergency for farming areas in the southeast blasted by a fierce storm at the weekend. A German tourist was one of those killed when her caravan was hit by a tree.
   
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Deutsche Bank may create \'bad bank\' for high-risk assets
Germany\'s largest lender is planning to isolate up to €50 billion in high-risk assets, reported the Financial Times. The bank\'s chief executive has vowed to restore sustainable profitability to the ailing lender.
   
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Australian police \'baffled\' by Belgian teen\'s disappearance
An 18-year-old Belgian backpacker has gone missing from the coastal holiday town of Byron Bay in Australia. Police said his disappearance is \"out of character\" and homicide has not been ruled out.
   
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Dane becomes Germany\'s first foreign mayor
Claus Ruhe Madsen has now become the first non-German citizen to govern a German city after being elected mayor of Rostock. The Danish national presented himself as pragmatic and environmentally conscious.
   
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How will the far-right AfD party shape the European Parliament?
Germany\'s right-wing populist AfD party will only have limited influence in the European Parliament. But its lawmakers hope to learn from more seasoned populist leaders.
   
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East Germany\'s Görlitz elects CDU mayor over AfD challenger in runoff vote
Germany\'s populist AfD party lost a key mayoral race in Görlitz, where all mainstream parties united behind a Romanian-born CDU candidate Octavian Ursu. AfD\'s Sebastian Wippel said his own result was still \"great.\"
   
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In Duisburg, China expands trade influence in Germany
As one of the end points for China\'s vast new global trade route, the former industrial city of Duisburg is well known to many Chinese businesses. Many Duisburg residents are optimistic about Beijing\'s growing influence.
   
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France launches national civic service for youth
Two decades after France ended conscription, the government has launched a program targeting young people. The government is hoping to \"increase the cohesion and resilience of the nation\" with the service.
   
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Italy allows 10 migrants to leave German Sea-Watch ship
Italy has allowed 10 rescued migrants on the Sea-Watch 3 to leave the vessel. Two pregnant women and two sick men are among those who have been given permission to disembark.
   
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Copy of Charles Darwin\'s \'Origin of Species\' sells for record half million
A presentation copy of Charles Darwin\'s \"Origin of Species\" has sold for $500,075 — double the amount expected. The book was originally owned by German botanist Robert Caspary, who received the book from Darwin.
   
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German pilot killed in Polish air show tailspin
The pilot, who was in his 60s, was flying a Soviet-era aerobatic plane when it suddenly plummeted into a river. Footage of the crash shows a more than 20-second tailspin.
   
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The long road to being a pro footballer
Germany\'s youth teams have been having trouble qualifying for major international tournaments in recent years. So what is at the root of the problem and what is being done to try to correct the issue?
   
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Notre Dame celebrates first Mass since fire
The Mass comes as pledges from billionaires to fund restoration of the cathedral have failed to materialize. Instead, it\'s mainly been small donations filling the church\'s coffers.
   
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German Cup: Bayern Munich to face Cottbus, Dortmund get Grosskreutz reunion
Just weeks after the end of the 2018-19 season, the draw for the first round of the 2019-20 German Cup was made. Many of the fixtures saw former Bundesliga sides matched up with current Bundesliga teams.
   
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Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dead at 96
Famed for opulent film and opera productions, Zeffirelli led a storied life and often courted controversy. He died Saturday in Rome.
   
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Slovakia\'s first female president sworn in
In her inauguration speech, Zuzana Caputova pledged to fight injustice and impunity. The 45-year-old is the country\'s first female president and the youngest person ever to be elected to the office.
   
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Berlin\'s Club der Visionäre damaged in blaze
Club der Visionäre, a well-known party spot in Berlin\'s Kreuzberg district, has been partially gutted by a fire, authorities said. Emergency responders managed to stop the blaze before it reached a nearby gas station.
   
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Exiled Turkish journalist Can Dundar reunited with family in Germany after 3 years
Can Dundar has been reunited with his family in Berlin after his wife managed to flee Turkey. The well-known journalist has been in living in exile in Germany since 2016.
   
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Director of Jewish Museum Berlin resigns
The director of the Jewish Museum Berlin, Peter Schäfer, has resigned following criticism from the Central Council of Jews. At issue were a museum exhibition and a tweet seen to be critical of Israel\'s occupation policy.
   
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Women\'s World Cup: Impressive TV viewer numbers in Germany and around the world
Germany\'s national team received notable ratings for their first two Women\'s World Cup games, continuing a worldwide trend of decent viewer numbers. Ticket sales have reportedly been less encouraging.
   
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Women\'s World Cup: Lena Oberdorf – The 17-year-old student learning fast
Her coach says she\'s \"fantastic,\" and Lena Oberdorf has made made her mark at the World Cup while taking time out from school. With Germany through to round of 16, she could enhance her reputation against South Africa.
   
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German doctors convicted over abortion law
The doctors were found to have broken a regulation that forbids describing how an abortion is performed. Campaigners have argued that lack of access to information is a health and rights issue.
   
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Art Basel: Small galleries are dying despite art market boom
The Art Basel is one of the top-selling international art fairs. Yet among the record-breaking sales, not all dealers are profiting from the hype.
   
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When smart devices pass secrets to the police
It may crackdown on crime — and privacy, too. That\'s if German police get powers to seize personal data on smart devices. Germany\'s discussing plans that are already a reality in the USA.
   
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The Strait of Hormuz: The world\'s most important oil choke point
Following a number of oil tanker blasts in the Gulf of Oman, tensions between the United States and Iran are rising further. DW takes a closer look at what role the Strait of Hormuz plays for global oil supplies.
   
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Blood donation: Everything you\'ve ever needed to know
Can cigarette smokers donate blood? Am I going to pass out? Can I drink booze afterwards? Should I eat beforehand? Am I old enough? Here\'s everything you ever wanted to know about blood donation on World Blood Donor Day.
   
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Rediscover East Germany\'s top fashion magazine, \'Sibylle\'
An exhibition in Berlin showcases \"Sibylle,\" an East German fashion and culture magazine that for decades offered women in the communist state more than dress patterns.
   
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Germany records significant drop in weapons exports in 2018
The annual Weapons Export Report registered a 23% drop compared with 2017 according to media sources. The government says the decrease is a sign of Germany\'s \"restrictive and responsible weapons export policy.\"
   
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Trump\'s troop talk again rattles Germany\'s security assumptions
US President Donald Trump announced the US will send upward of 1,000 troops to Poland. The plan was light on details, but Trump said he knew where the forces would come from: Germany. Berlin\'s reaction is mixed.
   
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US loses billions as Chinese tourists stay away over trade war
The number of arrivals from China to the US fell last year for the first time in 15 years. The Chinese are the world\'s highest-spending foreign visitors and their tourism dollar is sorely missed.
   
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From \'Tintin\' to \'Lucky Luke\': What makes Belgian comics so successful?
Belgian comic heroes like Lucky Luke and the Smurfs enjoy worldwide recognition. But what makes Belgium the No.1 producer of European comics? Can Dickie and Co. make it on the international stage?
   
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What does Berlin have that NYC doesn\'t?
The legendary image of Berlin as a free-spirited domain where underground culture thrives has attracted a great number of expats. But some New Yorkers are coming to the city to find another type of freedom.
   
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Climate action: Can we change the climate from the grassroots up?
The past couple of years will likely go down in history as the ones when climate change really hit. They could also be remembered as the ones in which people worked to stop it. DW looks at some civil society victories.
   
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Europe\'s plastic waste sent home in toxic row
Europe’s sustainability practices are world-leading, but some believe that what has passed as recycling should actually be called liabilityshifting. DW spoke with an American who plans to change all that.
   
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Natural high: Brazil\'s Guarana growers ditch chemicals for ancient knowledge
For the Guarana growers of the Amazon, the caffeine-rich berries aren\'t just a fortifying brew but part of ancient tradition that respects their rainforest home.
   
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Opening of Berlin\'s ambitious Humboldt Forum museum project delayed
Housed in Berlin\'s reconstructed Prussian palace, the Humboldt Forum was planning to open exhibitions this year to mark the 250th birthday of Alexander von Humboldt. But like Berlin\'s new airport, everything is on hold.
   
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25 years of Bonn\'s history museum: Postwar Germany portrayed through objects
The Haus der Geschichte in Bonn, one of Germany\'s most popular museums, opened 25 years ago. Beyond pieces of the Berlin Wall, here\'s why a dentist\'s chair is among the exhibits of its permanent exhibition.
   
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Angela Merkel\'s heir apparent: Can AKK still cut it as chancellor?
Long considered German Chancellor Angela Merkel\'s anointed heir, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has been building her international profile. But within party ranks, debate is simmering over whether \"AKK\" is fit for the job.
   
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Human-powered ferry makes a difference for tourists — and the captain
Maik Slotta is a man you won\'t forget. He runs the only remaining manually operated ferry in the German state of Brandenburg, and there\'s no one to replace him, as DW\'s Hardy Graupner reports from the Spreewald region.
   
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René Pollesch to head Berlin\'s iconic Volksbühne
The 56-year-old playwright and director will be the new director of Berlin\'s Volksbühne, Culture Senator Klaus Lederer confirmed on Wednesday. It\'s hoped that Pollesch will end years of turbulence at the theater.
   
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Tips for apartment hunting and moving in Germany
Roughly 8 million Germans move house every year. So what\'s it like? DW\'s Cristina Burack shares some quirks of finding a new place to live in Germany, and learns that Germans are not afraid to be hands-on in the process.
   
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Rammstein singer Till Lindemann under investigation for assault
The heavy metal front man is accused of beating a 54-year-old man from Hamburg in a hotel bar. Witnesses have said that the man was insulting him before the physical altercation began.
   
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\'Chernobyl\' creator asks tourists to show respect at disaster site
Television show maker Craig Mazin reminded visitors to the exclusion zone in Ukraine that \"a terrible tragedy occured there.\" Tour operators have reported a huge spike in interest after the release of the miniseries.
   
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Caught between floods and drought: Farmers in Nicaragua living in uncertainty
Across the Central American Dry Corridor, communities are facing increasingly extreme weather. In Nicaragua, the region\'s poorest country, subsistence farmers like Blanca Landero Betarco face a daily battle.
   
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Radiohead makes stolen tracks available to help \'Extinction Rebellion\'
The band has reacted in unusual fashion to a ransom notice over 18 hours of hacked material. Rather than pay hackers, the group has put the tracks online and asked fans to donate to Extinction Rebellion.
   
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Anne Frank\'s incomplete novel \'Dear Kitty\' published
The Jewish girl who became posthumously famous with her diary also hoped to publish a novel. The unfinished work of the Holocaust victim — who would have turned 90 on June 12 — has been released in German.
   
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Germany\'s \'gay\' Paragraph 175 abolished 25 years ago
When Paragraph 175 of the German Penal Code was abolished 25 years ago, homosexuality ceased to be separately regulated. DW takes a look back at a history of persecution in West and East Germany.
   
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Stasi\'s pervasive footprint across two Berlins revealed
In the former prison where the East German secret police locked up dissidents, a museum has painstakingly mapped the vast web of locations through which the Stasi carried out social control — and planned coups.
   
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Germany: Gay conversion \'therapy\' ban presented
\"Homosexuality is not a disease and does not require treatment,\" said Health Minister Jens Spahn. In Germany, there are an estimated 1,000 attempts a year to change the sexual orientation of gay people, say critics.
   
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Carl Hagenbeck: The inventor of the modern animal park
No bars, no high fences: It\'s thanks to Carl Hagenbeck that most zoos today look that way. June 10 marks his 175th birthday. But he also had other controversial ideas for his parks: exhibiting humans as well.
   
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Heiko Maas in Tehran: Why Germany can\'t concede too much to Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has held talks with his Iranian counterpart, Javad Zarif, in Tehran, in a bid to ease tensions in the Persian Gulf. But experts say the visit is unlikely to produce any breakthrough.
   
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FIFA Women\'s World Cup: 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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Ampaire test-flies world\'s biggest electric plane
The American aircraft maker has launched its Ampaire 337, the largest hybrid-electric aircraft ever flown. With commercial use beckoning for 2021, it\'s a step in the direction of reducing carbon footprints in the sky.
   
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Alzheimer\'s and tooth brushing: Forget to brush today, forget a lot more later?
You may be able to fool your partner with a mint and some mouthwash (please stop doing that, though, it\'s gross), but your rancid tooth brushing habits could catch up with you later in life.
   
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Germany\'s new refugee labor laws slammed as lacking common sense
German lawmakers passed a bundle of measures to make it easier to integrate migrants, as well as to deport rejected asylum-seekers. Experts say the laws not only send a mixed signal but also may even be unconstitutional.
   
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Lea Schüller: The goals to lead Germany to glory
Easygoing and dangerous in front of goal: the young striker is the new hope for Germany ahead of the Women\'s World Cup in France. Can her goals lead Germany to the title in France this summer?
   
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Kids in Germany to name exoplanet, star
German schools, kindergartens and amateur astronomers have been asked to come up with names for two heavenly bodies. The huge exoplanet and its star currently go by the unpoetical catalog numbers HD 32518 and HD 32518b.
   
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European Drug Report 2019 directly contrasts US drug crisis, tells a story of relative calm
Around 8,200 people died of an overdose in Europe in 2018, according to the European Drug Report. That\'s almost 10 times less than the number of overdose deaths in the United States.
   
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Berlin takes a new approach to the Three Seas Initiative
Germany is begun to show support for the eastern European initiative. President Steinmeier is traveling to Ljubljana to meet with the group, as the region has come into the geopolitical focus of major powers.
   
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The war widows protecting Sri Lanka\'s mangroves
Sri Lankan women who lost husbands in the country\'s 25-year conflict are now protecting the country\'s mangroves — and combating gender stereotypes in the process.
   
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Ebola cases in DR Congo top 2,000
The daily number of new Ebola cases has tripled in recent months, according to aid organizations. Local distrust and armed groups have hampered a response to the world\'s second-largest Ebola epidemic.
   
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German doctors want human egg donations to be legalized
A group of doctors in Germany is calling for new reproductive health laws. They say the current legislation is outdated, as the science has moved on. They want human egg donations to be legalized and to make IVF safer.
   
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Italy: Taranto residents rise up to stop air pollution claiming local lives
Parents in the southern Italian city of Taranto are taking on the Arcelor Mittal Italia steelworks they say is polluting the air and killing their children.
   
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Mexicans turn to ancient Aztec floating gardens to revive mangrove forests
In Mexico City, old Aztec floating gardens are still used to grow food. Now, environmentalists think this ancient technology could help restore a coastal ecosystem — and help fishermen in the process.
   
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Swedes switch to trains due to global warming
Swedes seem to be following climate activist Greta Thunberg\'s example in shunning air travel. The percentage that opted to take a train rather than fly has doubled in a year and a half. Flight shame may be at work.
   
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Forbidden fruit: The curious early history of apples
As mundane as the apple may seem, its history involves enormous animals, the Ice Age, the Silk Road and a huge role in the stories we tell.
   
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Restoring forests in Mali: Tree stumps could be the solution to disappearing woodlands
As people fell trees to get wood for cooking, Mali\'s trees are disappearing at rapid speed. A reforestation expert who has been dubbed \'the forest maker\' is working with farmers to restore the country\'s woodlands.
   
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Government must involve residents in cleanup of Nairobi rivers
In Kenya, local residents need to be involved in the restoration of the Nairobi River basin says guest commentator Sam Dindi, the co-founder of \'Mazingira yetu\' magazine. It\'s the only way for a healthy future.
   
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Kenya\'s herders adapt to drought with new land management deals
Droughts have left herders in Laikipia desperate to find pasture for their cattle, and brought them into conflict with landowners. But better land management is showing that these pastoralist communities can adapt.
   
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Oil giants face shareholder pressure on climate emissions, greenhouse gas targets
Major oil company investors are starting to use their voting rights to speak out against a lack of climate action. Shareholders in Shell and Equinor have already had their say, now BP is in the spotlight.