As hundreds of tonnes of oil spill onto Israel’s northern shores, environmentalists warn of the possible ramifications this may have on the coral reefs just further south.
Germany announced Sunday that travelers from France’s northeastern Moselle region will face additional restrictions due to the high rate of variant coronavirus cases there.
The descendants of freed slaves in Kenya are seeking official recognition of their ethnicities, which are not registered.
A large ancient-Roman processional chariot made of iron, bronze and tin has been discovered in the archaeological park at Pompeii, Italy – the city that was engulfed by the massive volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
The incident is far from first case of discrimination against AfD members. A study previously found that the AfD suffers the most attacks of any German party, including physical and verbal assaults, as well as attacks on property.
More than 400 prisoners were on the run in Haiti on Friday after they escaped from jail in a violent breakout that left 25 people dead, including the prison director, officials said.
Judged by members of the international press in the United States, the awards are considered the antechamber of the Oscars.
What does it mean to be Black in Germany? DW explores the identity and achievements of Black Germans.
Dutch children were once ranked among some of the world’s happiest, but since the coronavirus pandemic, an increasing number are suffering from depression.
The COVID pandemic has sped up the rise of robots in the workplace. We’re either working with them, or they’re taking our place altogether.
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Masrour Barzani, the prime minister of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, said the February 15, 2021 rocket attack on a US air base in the Kurdish capital of Erbil that claimed several lives was “definitely a terrorist attack”, and that a preliminary probe into the matter has given “a good indication of who was behind it”.
Gunmen in Nigeria have abducted several hundred schoolgirls, in what is the latest mass kidnapping in the region.
Undocumented migrants, jobless families, and penniless pensioners are just some of the groups struggling to survive in a Paris suburb branded a ‘ticking time bomb’ by its mayor.
The European Union has agreed to develop a COVID-19 vaccine passport that could ease border crossings, and allow people more freedom to travel again. EU leaders met for a virtual summit to discuss coordination.
Court found government was entitled to use an emergency law to introduce the measures forcing residents indoors from 9 pm to 4:30 am.
Two million families in the Philippines live from fishing. But climate change and overfishing are taking their toll.
Germany convicts former Syrian intelligence service agent Eyad al Gharib for complicity in crimes against humanity, in the first ever court case over state-sponsored torture by Bashar al Assad’s regime.
A lack of cold storage facilities guaranteeing the low temperatures needed to store certain vaccines is a major obstacle to immunisation efforts in many developing countries.
Billionaire Bill Gates sure is preachy about ordinary people’s emissions for someone who owns private jets, sports cars and a house the size of a small moon!
Real Economy explains the ins and outs of gender inequality in Europe’s workplace and solutions to level the financial planning field.
Children in Lebanon have not only missed out on school due to the pandemic, they’ve also suffered a drop in living standards.
The car the 15-time PGA champion was driving went off the road and rolled over several times on Tuesday morning.
Everything from work-relations to family ties are feeling the strain of growing political divisions in US.
The Czech Republic health officials say hospitals are overwhelmed and they plan to ask for help from abroad when the numbers of remaining beds in hospitals reach 10%.
A Kashmiri boatman built an ambulance to ferry sick people across a lake to a hospital after no one was willing to transport him when he contracted Covid-19.
NASA released the first pictures of its Perseverance Rover descending onto the surface of the red planet, ready to search for ancient signs of life.
The Sicilian mafia are being resourceful, as some 145 of its members, including bosses, have illegally received social security payments totalling more than €1m. Locals have expressed their frustration, stressing that government watchdogs failed to do their job.