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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel will continue its airstrikes in Gaza as the death toll grows. Israeli cities are also facing rockets and mob violence. Follow DW for the latest.
As tensions in Israel heighten, two synagogues and a memorial site were vandalized in Germany. Lawmakers and religious leaders said the acts were "shameful" and called for greater protection of Jewish places of worship.
The Colonial Pipeline has begun to deliver fuel across the eastern seaboard once again as gas stations begin to run dry. President Biden has issued an executive order to boost cyber security.
'African Roots' is celebrating 50 portraits of significant figures in African history. Narrated with African voices, they serve as the basis for debates on the web, radio, or historical sites.
The EU is scheduled to decide whether to approve vaccination of 12-to-15-year-olds within a few weeks. Not all doctors consider this a good thing.
With multiple Schalke players in quarantine and Hertha Berlin torn apart by injuries, it’s a minor miracle that this game even went ahead. It did and Hertha Berlin’s narrow victory moves them to within a point of safety.
Israel has been using its Iron Dome missile defense system for a decade — but never so much as in the past few days. DW takes a look at how it works.
Afonso I of Kongo strategically pursued a close mutually beneficial relationship with Portugal. At first, he collaborated in the slave trade, but later rejected it when it got out of control.
Recent meetings signal that Turkey is reaching out diplomatically to powerful Arab states. But can President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reestablish influence in the Middle East and North Africa?
Beset by scandal over corruption and a lack of diversity, the hierarchy governing the Golden Globes must change before it is completely canceled, says DW's Scott Roxborough.
With Istanbul in lockdown until at least May 17, the Champions League final will once again be moved. Manchester City and Chelsea will now vye for the title in Portugal after talks to move it to England broke down.
A campaign against the amendment of an anti-separatism law in France has triggered debate on how society sees women’s clothing as a measure of their progress or backwardness. Hands off of my hijab, writes Wafaa Albadry.
Germany's Christian churches are facing similar problems in the ongoing COVID pandemic. Now they are holding a digital ecumenical assembly. Chancellor Angela Merkel will not be the only top politician attending.
The Wyoming representative was one of the few Republicans to not fully support former president Trump. She intends to remain in Congress, but could face a tough battle to keep her seat.
Sebastian Kurz stands accused of perjuring himself before a parliamentary committee investigating the so-called "Ibiza Affair." The 2019 sting brought down the country's previous government and forced new elections.
What started as a social media campaign under the #FixTheCountry is turning into a full-fledged movement by predominantly young Ghanaians calling for better living conditions.
Argentina was already hurtling towards its second sovereign default in 20 years when the COVID pandemic struck. President Alberto Fernandez is in Europe this week, seeking support for extra time to pay.
In India, COVID-19 patients are developing a rare but fatal fungal infection, dubbed "black fungus." Starting in the airways, it spreads through the body.
Efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus left many Cambodians without access to food, essential medicines and other necessities for weeks.
Born a prince and educated in Germany, King Rudolf Douala Manga Bell was passionate about German culture. When German colonists shortchanged his people, he protested. In the end, he was hanged for his act of resistance.