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Russian wind power blows hot and cold
Russian hydropower company RusHydro has launched a wind power plant in Russia’s Arctic region. It\'s far from a signal that fossil-fuel-hungry Russia is going green, but it\'s a start.
   
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Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin kick off Vladivostok summit
The leaders of Russia and North Korea have met in Vladivostok for their first ever summit. Russia welcomes North Korea\'s efforts to normalize ties with the South and the US, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
   
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Measles: Millions of children worldwide missed first vaccine, says UN
Millions of children in high- and low-income countries have missed the first dose of the measles vaccine since 2010, according to UNICEF. It said the numbers of children missing the second dose were \"even more alarming.\"
   
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White House, US states strive to limit abortions at home and abroad
Washington watered down a UN resolution condemning rape as a tactic of war because it might have helped survivors terminate their pregnancies. It\'s just the most recent step the US has taken to limit access to abortions.
   
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Language tests keep 1 in 3 foreign spouses from joining loved ones in Germany
One in three foreigners seeking to join a spouse in Germany is unable to do so because they fail to pass a basic language test. The failure rate was especially high for applicants from Iraq.
   
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Austria: Far-right politician threatens TV moderator
FPÖ General Secretary Harald Vilimsky told ORF moderator Armin Wolf that he could face \"consequences\" in a recent television appearance. Wolf had compared a flyer from an FPÖ youth wing to anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda.
   
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Three members of Sudan\'s military council resign ahead of major protest
The resignations came after the military council and protest leaders held talks ahead of planned rallies on Thursday. The military council said it reached agreement on \"most demands\" from opposition leaders.
   
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German Cup Referee saves Bayern Munich\'s blushes in Bremen
A spirited fightback from Werder Bremen in the German Cup against Bayern Munich was quashed late on, as a contentious penalty sealed a 3-2 win for the Bavarians and sent them stumbling into the final.
   
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Deutsche Bank hands over Donald Trump loan documents: reports
The German lender has started providing files to New York authorities related to funding of Trump projects. Investigators are interested in Deutsche Bank as it is one of the few banks to lend to the Trump Organization.
   
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Asia\'s Christians face increased political violence
The persecution of Christians across the world is on the rise, just like the politicization of religion. But in the wake of the terror attacks in Sri Lanka, experts are warning against proclaiming a war between faiths.
   
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German Cup: Bayern beat Bremen with contentious penalty
Bayern Munich have beaten Werder Bremen in a spectacular cup semifinal, with more than a little help from a late refereeing decision. The 3-2 victory sets up a final against RB Leipzig next month.
   
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Emirati woman at home with her family after 27 years in a vegetative state
Munira Abdulla\'s family has announced she is at home after awaking in a German clinic last May. She was brought to Germany after being seriously injured in a car accident in 1991.
   
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Ukraine furious after Russia speeds up passport process in eastern Ukraine
The new decree makes it easier for people living in separatist-controlled parts of eastern Ukraine to obtain Russian citizenship. Ukraine\'s president-elect has called for more international sanctions over the move.
   
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German fire brigades call for military helicopters over wildfire risks
Germany\'s unseasonal wildfire risk has prompted fire brigades to call for military helicopters to be kept on standby for water dousing. Forest blazes have already occurred in springtime Europe.
   
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Opinion: We must resist the perverse logic of religious terrorism
The death toll from the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka continues to rise. While anger and grief are understandable reactions, calling for revenge is exactly what the perpetrators want, says DW\'s Felix Steiner.
   
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Man fined for taking Gerhard Richter sketches from artist\'s garbage
A German court has fined a Cologne man for taking four sketches from the artist\'s recycling bin and trying to sell them at auction. Richter\'s works are among the most expensive in the world.
   
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France dedicates first Armenian genocide commemorations
The first major European country to recognize the 1915 massacres as genocide, France has dedicated its first national day of commemoration. The French prime minister led the ceremonies.
   
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German income inequality a cause for concern as east-west divide deepens
A new study has found that residents in Germany\'s south have twice as much disposable income as those in the north and east. Experts have called on the federal government to act.
   
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Get ready for the end of the EU as we know it, says Ivan Krastev
Ahead of the European elections in May, the EU is in the midst of its most radical crisis ever, warns Bulgarian political scientist Ivan Krastev. He says the bloc needs more courage and less German risk aversion.
   
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Scotland\'s First Minister calls for second independence referendum by 2021
Scotland\'s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that her devolved government will take a first step towards holding an independence referendum by May 2021. She hopes to have legislation agreed by the end of the year.
   
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Lyra McKee: Murdered journalist honored at Northern Ireland funeral
UK and Irish leaders were among hundreds of people who came out to honor the life of Lyra McKee at a funeral in Belfast. The journalist was shot dead during rioting in Northern Ireland last week.
   
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Don\'t expose babies to electronic screens, says WHO
Children under 12 months old should not be exposed to electronic screens at all, according to the World Health Organization. Parents were urged to ensure kids get enough exercise to encourage good habits later in life.
   
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Northern Ireland\'s New IRA: What is it?
The New IRA isn\'t all that new. It\'s been around since 2012, and has roots in dissident Irish republican groups of old.
   
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On torture and imprisonment in Turkey: author Asli Erdogan speaks
For four months, Turkish author Asli Erdogan sat behind bars in an Istanbul prison. Now living in exile, she spoke to DW about the political situation in her homeland; and the long-term trauma inflicted by torture.
   
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Japan offers apology, money to victims of forced sterilization
The government has apologized and vowed compensation to thousands of victims of a law that allowed doctors to forcibly sterilize people until 1996. But the redress measures might not be enough for many survivors.
   
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Germany\'s 16 states: Lower Saxony
This northern German state numbers among the top holiday destinations in Germany – not least because of its mountain regions and the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
   
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The first \'Iron Man\': the story of Götz von Berlichingen
Was The Avengers\' Tony Stark inspired by a 16th century German knight? As \"Avengers: Endgame\" premieres, we explore the legend of \'Götz of the Iron Hand,\' the prosthetic-wearing warrior immortalized by the poet Goethe.
   
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After the tragedy, Sri Lankan tourism braces for impact
More than 350 people lost their lives in terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka on Sunday. The attacks struck at the heart of the country\'s vibrant tourism industry, a sector of importance to the country’s fragile economy.
   
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Sweet talk and laughter — German sayings involving forests and trees
Germans are known for their love of forests, and celebrate Arbor Day annually. They also have a host of wonderful sayings and phrases revolving around forests and trees, with one that involves shouting into the woods.
   
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In Italy, China\'s New Silk Road is not seen as a threat
The Mediterranean country is the first in the G7 to join China\'s Belt and Road Initiative. But in one small port town in Italy, Chinese investment is nothing new. DW\'s Giulia Saudelli and Mu Cui report from Vado Ligure.
   
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Fighting climate change by tackling food waste
One-third of all food worldwide ends up in the garbage, with industrialized countries contributing the most. A new foodsharing platform wants to help tackle the impact this has on our climate.
   
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Klitschko brothers: Ukrainians want results from Zelenskiy
Former boxing champions Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko believe Ukraine\'s new president must lay out his vision for the country. They told DW that Volodymyr Zelenskiy must not forget the ideals of the Maidan revolution.
   
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German arms exports decline in 2019 first quarter
German exports decreased again in the first quarter of this year — a decrease of 7.4 percent from the same point last year. Germany\'s Economy Ministry cites a \"restrictive and responsible\" export policy as the reason.
   
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Scientists detect first \'marsquake\' with InSight lander
Mars, much like the moon, appears to be seismically active. A probe carried to the red planet on a NASA lander has measured what appears to be a marsquake.
   
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German Cup: RB Leipzig\'s quality tells against brave Hamburg
RB Leipzig booked their ticket to the German Cup final in Berlin with a 3-1 win against spirited second division challengers Hamburg. The favorites rattled the woodwork several times before finding the winning goals.
   
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Spain prepares for third general election in four years
After the first televised debate among the candidates, Spain\'s current prime minister, Pedro Sanchez is still holding a 30% share in opinion polls. But he is unlikely to be an outright winner.
   
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UN adopts resolution on rape in conflicts after US threatens veto
The UN Security Council bowed to pressure from the United States after it threatened to veto a German-drafted resolution on rape in conflict. Germany said the resolution still strengthens justice for victims.
   
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Defiant China to soften blow of Trump\'s Iran oil decision
The Trump administration has said it would no longer grant waivers to some of the major importers of Iranian oil. DW takes a look at the impact of this decision on major stakeholders.
   
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France\'s ex-premier Francois Fillon to face trial over fake jobs
Investigating judges have recommended the former presidential candidate be tried on a series of charges including misusing public money and corporate assets and conspiracy.
   
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India looking to compensate loss of Iranian oil
Washington\'s decision not to extend sanctions waivers to countries importing Iranian oil puts New Delhi in a tough spot. The move forces India to either cut its oil imports from Iran or risk exposure to US sanctions.
   
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Sexual violence against women in conflict in the spotlight
Germany, with the support of actor and activist Angelina Jolie, has forwarded a UN Security Council resolution addressing rape in conflicts — a subject central to one of Germany\'s best-known wartime novels.
   
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EU, France split on Libya as Khalifa Haftar strikes Tripoli
The European Union has formally recognized the government in Tripoli. However, French officials seem to be playing both sides. Many Libyans want France\'s government to butt out — and General Haftar continues to advance.
   
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Far-right Austrian deputy mayor of Hitler\'s hometown resigns over \'racist\' poem
A member of Austria\'s far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) wrote a poem for a party newspaper that compared migrants to rats to warn against \"mixing\" cultures. The text drew an angry response from Austria\'s chancellor.
   
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German politicians denounce growing violence against Christians
German politicians across the political spectrum said the persecution of Christians worldwide is growing. Their statements came after a spate of bomb attacks on churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
   
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8 record-breaking books for World Book Day
How big is the world\'s smallest book? And which novel has been read the most? For UNESCO\'s World Book Day on April 23, we take a look at some quirky and impressive literary achievements.
   
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Lyra McKee: Woman arrested over Northern Ireland journalist\'s murder
Police said they had arrested the 57-year-old woman under the Terrorism Act. The arrest came hours after the New IRA admitted responsibility for the killing journalist Lyra McKee.
   
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How long will Angela Merkel\'s chancellorship last?
Angela Merkel says she wants to remain in office until her term is up. But behind the scenes, plans are already being hatched for Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer to take over the chancellorship.
   
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Africa begins world\'s biggest anti-malaria vaccine campaign
Hundreds of thousands of children are to receive a groundbreaking vaccine against the mosquito-born disease in three African countries. It\'s hoped the campaign will save many lives, but there are some drawbacks.
   
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Bundesliga Bulletin: Top two power on, Stuttgart and Schalke sink to new depths
Constrasting but comfortable wins for Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund keep the title race tight with four games left. At the other end, Stuttgart and Schalke\'s tradition and fan bases can\'t save them from their woes.
   
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How Volodymyr Zelenskiy beat Petro Poroshenko in Ukraine
Volodymyr Zeleniskiy gave incumbent Petro Poroshenko a record smackdown in Ukraine\'s presidential election. How did a 41-year-old comedian with no clear manifesto win the trust of voters — almost without campaigning?
   
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Bulgarian journalist\'s killer gets 30 years in prison
The man who raped and murdered Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova has been sentenced to three decades in jail. Marinova had been jogging near the Danube river when she was killed \"in a particularly brutal manner.\"
   
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SpaceX Dragon crew capsule set back with fire at Cape Canaveral
A fire broke out during a test of rocket thrusters at Cape Canaveral at the weekend. The uncrewed capsule flew to the ISS last month, but the accident could cause a delay for the first crewed launch.
   
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The rebellion of Lanzarote chambermaids
Low wages can be found in many sectors of Spain\'s economy. That\'s particularly obvious in the hotel industry, where wages come close to exploitation. Chambermaids are staging protests, as Stephanie Müller reports.
   
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A new race to the moon? US wants to lead the way
Half a century after the first lunar landing, a new race to the moon may be underway. The United States is out to win again. What are the Russians hoping for? And is there a role for the rest of the world?
   
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Reconstructing Notre Dame: All options open
French President Emmanuel Macron has pledged that Notre Dame will be rebuilt within 5 years, and donations are pouring in. But how realistic is this? DW spoke with church construction expert Thomas Eissing to find out.
   
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Bundesliga: Sancho-Reus double act keeps heat on Bayern
The pressure was on Dortmund to keep the Bundesliga title race alive after Bayern’s victory on Saturday. Jadon Sancho and Marco Reus led the way as Dortmund\'s forward line returned to form in Freiburg.
   
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Messages of peace, hope and unity: religious leaders react to Sri Lanka attacks
The series of bloody attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday sent shockwaves throughout the world. Religious leaders from around the globe have reacted to the bombings, in which over 300 people were killed.
   
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Iraq\'s billion-dollar used car parts paradise
Iraq is a wonderland for used car parts from the West. Cars that get written off after an accident get a second life there. It\'s a money machine, involving billions every year. Judit Neurink reports from Irbil.
   
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Women in art and art by women: Tate Britain swaps genders in \'Sixty Years\' exhibition
When it comes to art, it is still very much a man\'s world. To bring about some positive change, the Tate Britain has now decided to remove parts of its contemporary art by men and instead highlight works by women.
   
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German EU candidate proposes global ban on single-use plastics
Manfred Weber said that the next generations will face \"immense problems\" if the EU and the world do not take drastic action against single-use plastic. The conservative has ambitions to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker.
   
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Opinion: The Mainz way is an example for Bundesliga clubs
A lack of wealth and a host of other restrictions haven\'t prevented Mainz becoming an established Bundesliga side. After the club secured its eleventh top flight season, DW’s Felix Tamsut argues others should take note.
   
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Bundesliga: Bayern Munich turn the screw in a reminder of champions past
Bayern Munich\'s six consecutive titles have been marked by finding any way to win. That hasn\'t always been the case this term, but their 1-0 win over a stubborn Werder Bremen team bore the hallmarks of a champion side.
   
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A German village goes it alone on climate protection
In Germany, villages and towns are leading the pack in the climate change fight. One motivated mayor has set up a store stocked with regional produce to help cut emissions. But going local isn\'t as easy as it sounds.
   
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How a German mining town became a recruiting ground for IS
The western town of Dinslaken became known as a Salafi hotbed in 2013 when a group of local youths traveled to Syria to join the \"Islamic State.\" Years on, the community is still trying to leave the past behind.
   
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First-time buyers crowded out of booming German housing market
With rising prices, a crowded rental market and low interest rates, it now makes sense to buy rather than rent a property. First-time home ownership is, however, falling because young people can\'t afford it.
   
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As Dieselgate scandal widens, will Germany finally tackle transport emissions?
Facing their biggest scandal in recent history, German automakers are scrambling to save face. Environmentalists view their overtures with skepticism, but say recent developments point to a tipping point on the horizon
   
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As Holocaust survivors grow older, activists keep their stories alive
At 95 years old, Erna de Vries is one of few remaining Holocaust survivors. A group of activists has vowed to retell her story and those of other survivors to keep alive the memory of Germany\'s Nazi past.
   
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Psychology: What are anxiety disorders?
The number of people suffering from anxiety disorders has increased by 15 percent since 2005. What are the symptoms and what can be done about this mental illness?
   
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Made in Germany, heard in Spain: The Leon cathedral organ connection
This Easter, the Leon Cathedral will awe many Mass-goers with its powerful organ. Though DW\'s Cristina Burack knows the cathedral well, discovering the organ was made by Klais Orgelbau in Bonn sparked a hunt for meaning.
   
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Giant ancient \'lion\' discovered in Kenya
The beast had massive fangs and weighed up to 1,500 kilograms. The bones were found years ago, but had been believed to belong to another animal.
   
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Germany to boost company research & development with tax money
As Germany cut its growth forecast again for 2019, the government is set to boost company research and development. Both big and small companies would be able to claim annual bonuses.
   
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German cathedral expert \'spellbound\' by Notre Dame fire
Following the Notre Dame fire, the former master builder of Cologne\'s cathedral, Barbara Schock-Werner, told DW why cathedrals aren\'t insured and how Cologne\'s fire-fighting system differs to that of Notre Dame.
   
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Mass deforestation: How trade fells trees in Brazil and Indonesia
Hunger for beef, palm oil, soy and timber fuels rainforest clearance at enormous scales, especially in Brazil and Indonesia. That matters for climate change.
   
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Celebrating the early years of Germany\'s art rebels
Richter, Baselitz, Kiefer and Polke are big German names associated with a rebellious trend in 1960s art. An exhibition in Stuttgart, \"The Early Years of the Old Masters,\" highlights their work.
   
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Pulitzers honor coverage of US gun massacres, Trump probes
A local US newspaper has won a special Pulitzer for its \"courageous response\" after a gunman opened fire in its newsroom and killed five journalists. Prizes also recognized investigations of Donald Trump and his family.
   
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More non-EU nationals moving to Germany for work
The number of non-EU citizens moving to Germany for work has risen by about 20 percent for a third year in a row. Figures show most of these foreigners are men from India, China and the United States.
   
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Forgotten and unrecognized: Female artists at the Bauhaus
Of the many women who enrolled at the Bauhaus school in Weimar in 1919, few went on to become famous, unlike the men. Different works and exhibitions now pay tribute to their innovative artistic contributions.
   
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A visit to Cologne\'s Bootshaus, Germany\'s top club
Berlin\'s Berghain is no longer the best nightclub in Germany. It\'s been topped by the Bootshaus, according to a poll by DJ Mag. The Cologne club even came in eighth in the international ranking. A visit.
   
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500th birthday of Catherine de\' Medici: Behind Florence\'s most powerful dynasty
April 13 marks what would have been the 500th birthday of Catherine de\' Medici. As well as producing queens and popes, the Medici family unscrupulously managed the wealth of Western Europe for hundreds of years.
   
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How to make the world affordably carbon-free
If the world is to quit coal and gas for renewable energy sources, they have to be reliable and affordable. Is that realistic? Researchers have crunched the numbers and come up with some surprising answers.
   
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Ex-cons for conservation: Can prison actors save Malawi\'s national tree from extinction?
The Mulanje cedar, Malawi\'s national tree, is on the verge of extinction. A drama group comprised entirely of ex-prisoners is making a last bid to save it.
   
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Six ways digitalization is helping Africa\'s environment
Boosting farming sustainability, cutting waste and harnessing renewable energy – technology is helping make life greener in Africa. Here are six ways digital advances are helping the environment across the continent.
   
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After China\'s import ban, where to with the world\'s waste?
When China announced it would no longer recycle the world\'s old plastic bottles, cardboard boxes and tattered newspapers, it triggered a global trash crisis. The search for new refuse dumps is ongoing.
   
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India\'s water woes: Could special ATMs solve the lack of clean drinking water?
Tap water in India isn\'t always clean; people often have to turn to bottled drinking water instead. But that\'s too expensive for poorer communities. Social entrepreneurs are stepping in with an unusual solution.
   
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Germany\'s 16 states: Saarland
It\'s easy to relax in Saarland, far from mass tourism. Michelin-starred cuisine, a Franco-German way of life and the world\'s first industrial UNESCO World Heritage site are the pride of this small, Francophile state.
   
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Canada\'s oil pipeline: Workers anxious for their future
Anxious gas and oil workers in Canada have demanded an end to what they see as job-killing anti-pipeline policies. But Ottawa faces a dilemma: How to balance job security for those workers while fighting climate change?
   
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Oil spill disasters at high sea: What can we do to prevent environmental damage?
French and Spanish specialists are still scrambling to tackle an oil spill in the Bay of Biscay after a cargo ship sank there two weeks ago. How can we clean up this thick layer of oil to prevent further damage?
   
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Why measles is so deadly and vaccination so important
A New York county hit by a measles outbreak has declared a state of emergency and banned non-vaccinated minors from public places. Germany is also controversially debating compulsory vaccination.
   
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Deforestation triggering natural calamities in Indonesia
Palm oil production in Indonesia has been held responsible for cutting down vast swaths of tropical forests and killing biodiversity. Now, deforestation may also be the reason why the region is witnessing flash floods.