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In Peru, more than 150 cases have been reported with hallmarks of this rare neurological disease that can cause paralysis.
Way before Berlin Fashion Week, Jewish entrepreneurs who were pioneers of modern fashion in Berlin.
Christie's in London has auctioned off two portraits by Rembrandt, last sold in 1824, by the same auction house. Since then, the paintings had been forgotten.
As tourism rebounds after COVID, industry experts say Vietnam is becoming a favoured destination for travellers to Asia.
Researchers have posthumously diagnosed Australian rules football player Heather Anderson with a brain disease known as CTE.
"Night Train to Lisbon" is the best known novel by Swiss author Peter Bieri, who wrote under the pseudonym Pascal Mercier.
Nefertiti is considered one of the most powerful & beautiful women in antiquity. Although her bust is world-famous, not much is known about the Egyptian queen.
Despite government incentives, high youth unemployment and financial stress are keeping young people from choosing to marry and start families.
Rwandan genocide to Russia's Ukraine invasion, celebrated photojournalist Ron Haviv has long documented the horror of war. Today he works to expose AI threat.
Mr Olympia, action hero, governor, environmentalist and Kremlin critic: Arnold Schwarzenegger is brought to life in Dian Hanson's 3 limited editions of Arnold.
One of world’s most noted violinists, Anne-Sophie Mutter has been playing for almost half a century. She's celebrating her 60th birthday with a concert tour.
Researchers have discovered a genetic variant related to faster disease progression in multiple sclerosis. They hope their findings can develop new therapies.
Saudi Arabia is putting billions into tourism. Once closed to the world, the country boasts heritage, natural wonders. But it also has dire human rights record.
Every year, the question comes up: Which Muslims get to go on a once-a-lifetime pilgrimage to Mecca?
Local media are referring to the ancient religious site as the "Stonehenge of the Netherlands."
Cervical cancer is almost always caused by a HPV infection. A new affordable HPV test could help countries, making it a critical step to eradicate the cancer.
Sangeeta Lerner aims to draw awareness to yoga’s spiritual roots, as a way of life rather than a sport, criticising the ancient practice's commercialization.
Environmental concerns are one of several factors driving up airfares. DW explores what's behind the price hikes.
Salman Rushdie, celebrated British-American author of Midnight's Children and The Satanic Verses has been recognized with Peace Prize of the German Book Trade.
Maybe you have one of the telltale signs or maybe you’re frantic after a positive test. HPV can be scary, but the stigma is usually worse than the virus itself.
How can Andrew Tate, a TikTok star and self-proclaimed misogynist, be a role model? The results of a new survey on masculinity in Germany are disturbing.
70 years ago, an uprising of 1 million people in communist East Germany (GDR) was crushed by Soviet tanks.
A German museum has returned to Colombia two sun masks belonging to the Indigenous Kogi people. The wooden artefacts date back to the 15th century.
Once again, the war is affecting Ukraine's culture. Flooding following the destruction of the Kakhovka Dam has destroyed significant archaeological sites.
A Phase III human trial found live chikungunya vaccine highly protective. Increased global spread of mosquito-borne illnesses may render the shot necessary.
Sixteen Byzantine icons were evacuated from a Ukrainian museum under fire. They are among the most precious works in art history.
Experts believe that significant changes are needed to increase the donor rate in the South Asian nation.
Many tourists make voluntary carbon offsetting payments to reduce their greenhouse gas footprint. The practice, however, is increasingly controversial.
DW's encounter with the late German-British author of "When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit," who was born 100 years ago.
Every vaccination, including COVID-19, can cause side effects. But it is difficult to diagnose post-vaccination syndrome. What do we know about vaccine damage?