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US warns Turkey against Syria operation targeting Kurds  View ?

The Turkish president has announced a fresh offensive against Kurdish fighters in Syria is just around the corner. But the US has warned that such action would harm efforts to destroy the "Islamic State" in the region.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Indian billionaire wedding celebrations wrap up with Beyonce, Clintons  View ?

Beyonce and Hillary Clinton made appearances at the wedding of billionaire couple Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal. The wedding may have been one of the most expensive ever.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Venezuela jails German rightwing journalist for espionage  View ?

A journalist known for his bylines in rightwing newspapers has been charged with spying and rebellion. Press freedom groups have called for his release, saying he has a right to report "regardless of his personal views."
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Champions League: Robert Lewandowski still the talisman as Bayern paper over cracks  View ?

Basic errors, bad defending and a brace from Robert Lewandowski, so far, so familiar. The cracks in Bayern Munich were evident in a wild 3-3 draw that ensures top spot but it's clear the Pole still carries their hopes.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Champions League: Leroy Sane double blows Hoffenheim away  View ?

The Bundesliga side gave a fine account of themselves but were outdone by the two moments of quality from Leroy Sane. The German appears to have returned to top form after a topsy-turvy 2018.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Bayern Munich and Ajax deliver six-goal thriller on memorable European night  View ?

In a game between the top two sides that had already secured qualification, Bayern vs. Ajax ended up being one of the most entertaining games in Champions League history. The result saw Bayern keep top spot in the group.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Opinion: Britain, you haven't got time  View ?

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence. And yet with the clock ticking towards a hard Brexit, Britain doesn't seem to be able to tell the time, writes DW's Rob Turner.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Brexit: Theresa May wins Conservative Party confidence vote  View ?

Theresa May has survived a leadership challenge from hard-line members of her Conservative Party. But the battle over her controversial Brexit deal continues.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Russia sends nuclear-capable bombers to Venezuela  View ?

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have been making a diplomatic show of their friendship, leaving Washington wary of Russia's participation in a Venezuelan military exercise.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Italy makes 'serious and reasonable' offer to EU on budget  View ?

Under pressure from Brussels, Rome revised its planned spending spree to cut deficit projections. At the same time, Italian officials were riled over the EU's alleged preferential treatment of France.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Hungary to set up new government-controlled courts  View ?

The administrative courts will take over cases about government business such as taxation and elections. The government says the courts will be able to handle cases efficiently, but critics question their partiality.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Alexander Gerst press conference: Houston, we have a problem!  View ?

"Astro Alex" appeared on screen, smiled at us from space — and was gone. The last Space-to-Earth call with Alexander Gerst before he gets back from ISS lasted five minutes.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Germany shores up lithium supply with landmark Bolivia deal  View ?

As carmakers wrestle for the emerging electric car market, a German company sealed a key deal to mine a massive lithium deposit under a salt flat in Bolivia. The metal is crucial for making car battery cells.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Opinion: Europe must stand up to Erdogan  View ?

Turkey tortures supporters of Fethullah Gulen in secret prisons, according to Germany's ZDF TV broadcaster. Europe should toughen up and follow Donald Trump's example in dealing with Ankara, says Erkan Arikan.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen gets 3-year prison sentence  View ?

Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations involving hush payments to two women and for lying to Congress. He said Donald Trump "led me to take a path of darkness instead of light."
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
In search of Cameroon's hidden history  View ?

Three young researchers in Cameroon say Africans need to retake possession of their history — because owning your own history liberates your mind. DW's Henri Fotso met them in Yaounde.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
German opposition to probe defense minister over spending scandal  View ?

Ursula von der Leyen is suspected of poor management and nepotism over her department's allocation of contracts and its decision to hire a consultant as her deputy. A parliamentary committee is set to investigate.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Central African Republic militia leader arrested in France for war crimes  View ?

The ICC had issued the arrest warrant of Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona for war crimes. He is the suspected leader of a militia accused of carrying out attacks on the Central African Republic's Muslim population.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Ukraine rebels transfer prisoners to Kyiv-controlled areas  View ?

Luhansk rebels handed over 40 prisoners to Ukrainian authorities in what the separatist officials described as a "goodwill gesture." All of the prisoners were already in jail when the conflict started in 2014.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Libyan women lose hope in the revolution  View ?

The civil war that brought down Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi allowed the country's women to carve out niches for themselves in public life. Now they are being squeezed out and even killed.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
German band Kraftwerk gets boost on 'sampling' copyright case  View ?

After a decades-long dispute, an EU advocate general has said that sampling is only permissible when the author approves. The legal dispute spanning more than 20 years could soon come to end and set a precedent.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Cum-ex sleuth pursued by Hamburg prosecutors  View ?

The journalist who led a probe into Europe's "cum-ex" tax scam has himself become the target of Hamburg prosecutors. At Swiss behest, Oliver Schröm is being accused of instigating betrayal of business secrets.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Can India take the lead on Asia's renewable energy future?  View ?

With polluted air and a coal-hungry economy, India is using the UN climate conference to show the world it can continue rapid development without fossil fuels. But the South Asian country still runs on dirty energy.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Lobbyists push fossil fuels at climate talks  View ?

The science says we must ditch fossil fuels as soon as possible, yet COP24 is sponsored by the very industry doing the damage. Does it have a role to play — or are lobbyists undermining the negotiations?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
No Brexit renegotiation, Angela Merkel tells Bundestag  View ?

The German chancellor says that her country continues to seek an "orderly" Brexit, but is preparing for harsher eventualities. The topic dominated Merkel's second-ever paralimentary Q&A session.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Why it took 54 years for Mary Poppins to return  View ?

The magical nanny, portrayed by Julie Andrews, first floated over London in 1964. Disney actually wanted to produce a sequel to its hit musical a year later. Now, over half a century later, Mary Poppins finally returns.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
EU parliament approves 'world's largest' free trade deal with Japan  View ?

The world's largest free trade agreement — one between the EU and Japan — is expected to go into force in February. Nearly all duties will be removed.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Germany: Santa Clauses in short supply amid dearth of skilled labor  View ?

Recruiters looking for people to play Santa Claus this Christmas have said there is a lack of people ready to take on the job. The task is more demanding than it would seem at first sight, a Santa agency head told DW.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
The Strasbourg attack suspect's criminal past in Germany  View ?

German court documents show details about the life and criminality of the suspected Strasbourg gunman. French investigators say the suspect was radicalized in prison and was on a watch list.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Pakistan's dams threaten mangroves and livelihoods  View ?

Big dams and reservoirs in Pakistan are slowly depleting its lush mangroves. The destruction is also affecting local fishermen, who have to look for alternative sources of income. S. Khan reports from Karachi.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Mechanic's error blamed for 2017 German helicopter crash in Mali  View ?

A mistake during maintenance work caused last year's Bundeswehr helicopter crash in Mali while on a UN mission, claims Germany's armed forces. The Airbus UH Tiger plunged uncontrollably, killing its two pilots.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
When access to electricity is a feminist issue  View ?

Only about a quarter of Haitians have access to electricity. Nonprofit EarthSpark is bringing green energy to the country, and they're making it a feminist issue.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
'Scotland wants to trade as freely as possible with Europe'  View ?

Scotland overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU in 2016. As the Scottish Trade Minister Ivan McKee explained in an interview with DW, the country is eager to promote itself in the face of ongoing UK political chaos.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Electric plane boom waiting in the wings  View ?

Aviation has tended to fly under the radar as far as taking responsibility for cutting greenhouse gas emissions goes. But Norway, a Slovenian manufacturer and an American entrepreneur plan to change that.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Is France's deradicalization strategy missing the point?  View ?

A 60-point plan is supposed to help France fight radicalization. But critics say the government's strategy fails to tackle the root of the problem. Lisa Louis reports from Paris.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Germany's 16 States: Saxony-Anhalt  View ?

The 18th century dukes created artistic landscaped gardens here; the Bauhaus masters ushered in the era of modern architecture. For visitors, that means UNESCO World Heritage sites wherever you look.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
How the nutcracker achieved worldwide fame  View ?

It's become a typical Christmas decoration both in Germany and in many other parts of the world. Here's how the classic German collectible became emblematic of traditional wooden yuletide decorations globally.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
The 'crab' that might have saved your life  View ?

Closely related to the spider and around since before long the dinosaurs, the horseshoe crab has light blue blood that's vital for medical research. But can these living fossils survive the age of man?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
UK leadership challenge: How does it work?  View ?

Conservative party lawmakers will hold a vote of no confidence in British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday. DW explains what happens next.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Brexit: Conservative MPs trigger Theresa May no-confidence vote  View ?

Theresa May's Conservative rebels are challenging her leadership over her draft Brexit deal, but not in Parliament. The embattled British prime minister is expected to win the vote on Wednesday evening.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Putin's Stasi identity card discovered in German archives  View ?

Russian President Vladimir Putin had an identity card issued by East Germany's notorious Stasi secret police, it has been discovered. But this does not necessarily mean he worked for them.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Arctic's record warming propelling 'broad change' in climate: study  View ?

US scientists have warned that higher temperatures in the Arctic could be fueling extreme weather in the US and Europe. The NOAA report said 2018 was the second-warmest year on record in the Arctic since 1900.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Deadly shooting in French city of Strasbourg  View ?

Police are searching for a man who opened fire near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg. So far, two people have died from their injuries and at least 12 are injured.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool progress in typically dramatic fashion  View ?

It hasn't been an easy Champions League season for last season's runners-up, but Liverpool have found a way to reach the knockout stage. The win against Napoli showed why Jürgen Klopp teams are so watchable.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Champions League: Borussia Dortmund take top spot, Schalke leave it late  View ?

Borussia Dortmund eased to a group-changing result in Monaco, while Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool endured in a thriller at Anfield. Schalke left it very, very late to seal victory in their final group-stage game.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Opinion: Putin's hypocrisy on human rights  View ?

Russia's government is celebrating the 100th birthday of Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn, while at the same time persecuting the opposition. The Kremlin's actions speak louder than its words, says Miodrag Soric.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Hungary: Europe's champion of conspiracy theories  View ?

Conspiracy theories are gaining a lot of traction in enlightened, democratic societies. The phenomenon is finding many adherents in Europe, specifically Hungary, as political scientist Peter Kreko tells DW.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Champions League: Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool beat Napoli to advance to round of 16  View ?

The decision as to which two teams would advance from Champions League Group C came down to Matchday 6. Liverpool won a thrilling contest against their Italian visitors to move on to the knockout stages.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Thuringia AfD takes legal action against possible government surveillance  View ?

A regional branch of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party accuses a state interior minister and intelligence chief of abusing their power. It has taken its complaint to the Federal Constitutional Court.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
German man sentenced for setting his dogs on Syrian father  View ?

A 24-year-old has been given a multi-year prison term for goading his dogs to attack a Syrian family in Magdeburg. The man also allegedly attacked other people, including those with foreign backgrounds, in recent months.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Disturbance and fire at Bavarian migrant center leaves 11 injured  View ?

Four residents of the hostel are to appear in court charged in connection with a disturbance. A fire at the facility caused some damage and eleven people were injured.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Emmanuel Macron and the 'yellow vests': Can they cooperate?  View ?

The 'yellow vests' first protested for more purchasing power and political change, but their fury has forced Emmanuel Macron to make concessions on a host of issues. Could they work together down the road?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Germany: Arrest over the murder of 9-year-old Peggy  View ?

The arrest of a 41-year-old suspect brings police one step closer to solving one of Germany's most mysterious murders. Traces of physical evidence were found at the suspect's home.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
How the European Film Awards could boost their image  View ?

Films from Scandinavia, the Iberian Peninsula or the Baltic nations: The European Film Awards reflect the continent's linguistic and cultural diversity. But there are still deficits in marketing for the European "Oscar."
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
High Five: 5 artists who are masters of illusion  View ?

Sometimes you have do a double-take at an artwork to grasp how surreal it is. These artists have specialized in the art of illusion.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
How foul air in India is putting people's lives in danger  View ?

Air pollution in India has reached dangerous levels, killing at least one out of every eight persons, according to a recent study. Experts are urging the government to act fast. Murali Krishnan reports.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Time magazine names targeted journalists, newspaper as 2018 'Person of the Year'  View ?

Time magazine has recognized journalists, including slain Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi, as its 2018 Person of the Year. Time said it was an effort to emphasize the importance of reporters' work in a hostile world.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Juliette Binoche named president of Berlin Film Festival jury  View ?

The French movie actress has been awarded by the Berlinale twice before, including a best actress prize. The festival's director stressed her "strong connection" to the event.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Europe's patchy approach to road tolls  View ?

Europe's top court has started looking into a complaint by Austria, which has been up in arms about a German plan to introduce a road toll for passenger cars. Lots of nations collect such tolls, but there's a difference.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Opinion: Dull Champions League group stage needs overhaul  View ?

As the final matchday of the 2018-19 Champions League group stage approaches, less than half of the groups have any genuine tension. With top-seeded teams almost guaranteed progress, is it time for an overhaul?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Brexit deal: What Germany wants, what Theresa May can get  View ?

UK Prime Minister Theresa May visited Berlin to try and save the Brexit deal. DW runs down where Germany stands on the issue. It has a vested interest in avoiding a hard Brexit but an even bigger one in a strong EU.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Head of Berlinale on the film festival's most unforgettable moments  View ?

Dieter Kosslick has headed the Berlin Film Festival since 2001, turning it into the largest public film fest in the world. Ahead of his last one, DW spoke to "Mr. Berlinale" about great films and unforgettable moments.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Brexit chaos and confusion leaves business leaders across Europe dismayed  View ?

Another day, another deeply uncertain development in the Brexit saga. Chaos and uncertainty have become watchwords of the process, and business leaders are tired of the confusion.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
'Yellow vest' movement: How artists see it  View ?

French intellectuals agree on the fact that the "yellow vest" protest movement is a symptom of society's fractures, but interpretations are divided: Is it utopian direct democracy or a dangerous populist drift?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Waste food and emissions: Landfill or the plate?  View ?

Millions of people in South Africa don't know where their next meal will come from. Meanwhile, much food ends up in the garbage, and ultimately causes climate-harmful emissions. WWF wants to tackle both problems at once.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
German carpenter acquitted after erecting fake speed camera at home  View ?

A Cologne man got off easy after being charged with unlawful assumption of public authority for building a fake speed camera and putting it outside his house. He told the court that drivers often sped past his home.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Opinion: Alexander Solzhenitsyn's genius more relevant than ever  View ?

On December 11, the Nobel laureate and last great giant of Russian literature would have turned 100. Critic Victor Yerofeyev says despite a grave error late in life, the genius of Alexander Solzhenitsyn is eternal.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Climate protection: Germany falls farther behind  View ?

A decade ago, Germany was a pioneer in fighting climate change via the expansion of renewable energies. But now, like many G20 nations, its climate protection is stagnating as global emissions rise again.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Is climate change killing us?  View ?

Tackling climate change would reduce deaths from asthma, lung cancer, heart attack and other diseases. Doctors want to spur global climate action by highlighting the link between the planet's health and human health.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
'Marx in London' – and now in Bonn  View ?

The most influential thinker in history as the subject of comedy? "Marx in London" gives Karl Marx a gentle sendoff at the end of his bicentennial: entertainment and food for thought in equal measure.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Promised EU help for truck drivers is in the wrong lane  View ?

Truck drivers have to grapple with plummeting wages and touring schedules that turn them into nomads. EU transport ministers hope to ease the drivers' plight with new regulations, but these tend to ignore real life.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Cornelia Funke at 60: Why the star children's author distrusts words  View ?

She launched to fame with "Dragon Rider" in 1997 and has since become one of Germany's most successful authors. In an interview with DW, star kids' author Cornelia Funke spoke about why words can be challenging.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
'Born free and equal in dignity': Human rights at 70  View ?

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in the wake of the tragedies of World War II. DW spoke to Harvard Law professor Mary Ann Glendon about the origins of the declaration and where it stands today.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Bundesliga Bulletin: Teens Sancho and Sargent flying, Petersen gets the set  View ?

While Bayern and Robert Lewandowski continue their revival, Dortmund are finding goals from all over. Nils Petersen was also on the scoresheet to complete a remarkable record while a new American made a fast start.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Belgium's revamped Africa Museum faces a dark colonial legacy  View ?

Members of Belgium's African diaspora are critical of the newly reopened Africa Museum, saying it reinforces colonial cultural norms despite a five-year rehabilitation. Other Belgians say it's a step to reconciliation.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
German human rights film prize award goes to 'Styx'  View ?

Professional and amateur filmmakers submitted films in various categories again this year, vying for the renowned German Human rights film prize. The awards ceremony is on Saturday.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Climate risk: Insuring against the inevitable  View ?

The world's poor are being encouraged to take out insurance against climate-related disasters. But as the logic of some schemes unravels, those who profited least from fossil fuels are left paying for their damage.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Dissident intellectual Noam Chomsky at 90  View ?

Though Noam Chomsky has made his name as arguably the foremost political dissident of the last half a century, his intellectual legacy is firstly as a linguist. At the age of 90, he continues to talk the talk.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
The hidden human cost of fast fashion  View ?

As garment workers toil under exploitative working conditions, FEMNET works toward greater transparency in the fashion industry. Ahead of the German Sustainability Award, the NGO's director tells DW what must change.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Mary Stuart biopic offers a new take on a timeless tale  View ?

Love, murder and conspiracy: The story of the 16th-century Scottish Queen has retained its intrigue and appeal through the ages. "Mary Queen of Scots," a new film by Josie Rourke, adds a darker tone to Stuart's legacy.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Could pigs' hearts soon beat in human bodies?  View ?

Surgeon Bruno Reichart has successfully implanted a pig's heart into a baboon. He tells DW why harvesting from other species could address a chronic shortage of human donor organs.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Does gut flora cause multiple sclerosis?  View ?

Multiple sclerosis is insidious, unpredictable and incurable. But how does it develop? The composition of our intestinal microbiome could be the key, researchers have discovered in a study of twins.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
As coal mines shutter, Polish miners seek a way to adjust  View ?

Poland has pledged to keep burning coal, flying in the face of climate change science. Activists say the country needs to phase out coal for the climate and the economy, while protecting miners' livelihoods.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
'Dogs of Berlin': Capital crime series debuts on Netflix  View ?

The 10-episode show with echoes of hit Berlin gangster crime series "4 Blocks" streams on Netflix in 190 countries from December 7. The multilayered underworld drama also seeks to showcase Berlin's cultural diversity.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
CO2 emissions to hit historic highs in 2018  View ?

Global temperatures could rise by 3 degrees Celsius or more by 2100. A study released at the COP24 climate conference blamed rampant use of coal and oil for the increase beyond the limits set by the Paris agreement.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
DeepL: Cologne-based startup outperforms Google Translate  View ?

A translation startup from Germany is surprising many users by how well it translates texts. It is now offering two more languages: Russian and Portuguese. What is it that makes DeepL better than Google Translate?
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Greenland ice sheet melting at 'exceptional' rate  View ?

The disintegrating Greenland ice sheet is the leading cause of global sea level rise. And, according to a new study, it's melting faster than it ever has in recorded history.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Climate change forces Himalayan herders to search for pasture  View ?

The Himalayan Gaddi community of pastoralists has long lived from the land. But with rising temperatures pushing them higher up into mountains in search of grazing pastures, their way of life is under threat.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
First baby born via uterus transplanted from dead donor  View ?

Eleven babies have been born through uterine transplants of live donors, but no births had occurred from a uterus of a deceased donor. The mother became pregnant seven months after the transplant surgery.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Albert Einstein's 'God' letter goes under the hammer at Christie's  View ?

The handwritten letter blew past auction estimates, selling for well over $2 million. The page-and-a-half letter details the legendary physicist's feelings about Judaism and God.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Close encounter: OSIRIS-REx meets Bennu asteroid  View ?

After two years hurtling through space, NASA's probe has reached one of the oldest asteroids in our solar system. It could bring back clues to the origins of planet Earth — and perhaps save it from collision.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Soyuz rocket lifts off with new crew for ISS  View ?

A Soyuz rocket carrying three astronauts is headed for the International Space Station. It is the first liftoff from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan since a mission failed in October.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Crunch time for the climate at the COP24 global warming conference  View ?

There's a lot at stake at the UN climate conference in Poland. Delegates will be scrambling to save the 2015 Paris climate agreement — and prevent the worst effects of a warming world.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Soviet moon rocks fetch $855,000 at New York auction  View ?

Three pieces of moon rock brought to Earth decades ago have sold at auction, nearly doubling their price. The tiny lumps, collected by a Soviet moon mission, are the only known material of their kind in private hands.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Global measles cases spike 30 percent: WHO  View ?

A jump in measles cases is worrying health experts as outbreaks ravage countries and regions that had eliminated the deadly disease. Conflict, poverty and misinformation about vaccines are threatening years of progress.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
5.3 million Germans suffer from depression each year  View ?

Depression can take a massive toll not only on the sufferers, but also on their loved ones. A study by the German Depression Foundation found the illness caused relationship breakdowns for almost half of those affected.
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)
Gene-editing scientist claims 'another potential pregnancy'  View ?

A Chinese scientist who claims to have genetically engineered twins has said there could be more coming soon. Fellow scientists have decried the practice of gene-editing humans, saying it is "truly unacceptable."
(12/31/1969 @ 19:00)

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