Syrian rebel forces claim Aleppo victory  | DW News
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Syrian rebel forces claim Aleppo victory | DW News

The Syrian government faces a continuing fight to keep control over parts of the country´s…

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Young Nigerians: No work, no future | DW News
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Young Nigerians: No work, no future | DW News

Many young Nigerians have been crossing the Mediterranean, in search of a better life in…

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Rebels announce withdrawal near Mariupol | DW News
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Rebels announce withdrawal near Mariupol | DW News

Pro-Russian rebel forces say they’re withdrawing from an area around the front line of fighting…

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Religious groups show solidarity in Tunis | DW News
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Religious groups show solidarity in Tunis | DW News

Christians, Jews and Muslims break bread together in Tunis as people struggle to recover from…

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Debt Drama – EU good, Greeks bad? | Quadriga
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Debt Drama – EU good, Greeks bad? | Quadriga

The heads of European countries say they just want to save Greece. Greek PM Alexis…

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EXPO City Milan | Euromaxx
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EXPO City Milan | Euromaxx

Along with the EXPO Milan’s visitors can experience a top-class culture program and newly opened…

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Debate on assisted suicide regulations | DW News
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Debate on assisted suicide regulations | DW News

In Germany, suicide is legal and doctors are permitted to help patients who choose to…

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Rising temperatures across Europe | DW News
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Rising temperatures across Europe | DW News

Temperatures are soaring in Europe, with crowds flocking outdoors to bask in the sun. For…

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Has quantitative easing helped France? | Business
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Has quantitative easing helped France? | Business

The ECB uses quantitative easing to encourage banks to lend more money. France is one…

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Pakistan: Boom time for shamans | DW News
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Pakistan: Boom time for shamans | DW News

In many parts of Pakistan, there is limited access to doctors or psychologists. Without recourse…

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