US Administration contradicts China and itself in trade war announcements | DW News
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US Administration contradicts China and itself in trade war announcements | DW News

The trade war between the US and China is taking it’s toll. China’s foreign trade…

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Franch President Macron calls NATO ‘Brain Dead’ | DW News
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Franch President Macron calls NATO ‘Brain Dead’ | DW News

France’s president Emmanual Macron has taken other European leaders by surprise by criticizing NATO. In…

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Hong Kong protester dies from injuries | DW News
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Hong Kong protester dies from injuries | DW News

Hong Kong Police say they will fully investigate the death of a university student who…

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Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia feud over Nile dam project | DW News
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Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia feud over Nile dam project | DW News

Ethiopia’s building of the Grand Renaissance Dam dam on the Nile river causes conflicts in…

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Nord Stream 2: Will a new EU law kill Russia’s gas pipeline? | DW News
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Nord Stream 2: Will a new EU law kill Russia’s gas pipeline? | DW News

The Nord Stream 2 pipeline belongs to Russian energy monolith Gazprom. As does the gas…

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30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall: What happened to the euphoria? | To The Point
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30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall: What happened to the euphoria? | To The Point

Germany is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. But many…

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Chile protests: Mounting allegations of violence and abuse by police | DW News
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Chile protests: Mounting allegations of violence and abuse by police | DW News

Chile’s government is coming under severe pressure as violent street protests show no sign of…

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African countries hit by severe flooding and drought | DW News
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African countries hit by severe flooding and drought | DW News

In Somalia, hundreds of thousands have been driven from their homes by severe flooding. South…

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Will violence kill Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement? | Conflict Zone
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Will violence kill Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement? | Conflict Zone

Democracy activist and HK student leader Joey Siu still believes the movement, born on the…

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Japan’s problem with subway groping | DW News
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Japan’s problem with subway groping | DW News

In Japan, countless women who regularly use the subway system have stories of being groped…

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