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‘Long COVID’ haunts more patients than thought | COVID-19 Special

Over a year after the first coronavirus cases, some early patients are still suffering. “Long Covid” refers to symptoms that can last for months or that return after recovery. A new study from Wuhan China has found three quarters of…

After Brexit: What about the Eurotunnel? | Focus on Europe

EU external border. It is feared Brexit will cause traffic and trade to slow down with border controls and traffic jams. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/deutschewelleenglish?sub_confirmation=1 For more news go to: http://www.dw.com/en/Follow DW on social media:►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deutschewellenews/►Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwnews►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dwnewsFür Videos in deutscher Sprache…

Covid update: Coronavirus news from around the world | DW News

Following criticism in Germany of the pace of the coronavirus vaccination roll-out, a health ministry official has revealed that Berlin has struck preliminary deals for an extra 50-million vaccine doses in the summer – outside what’s been negotiated by the…

Republicans ‘in part responsible’ for riot | Interview with Lincoln Project Co-Founder Rick Wilson

Unprecedented – and deadly – scenes at the Capitol in Washington DC – where supporters of President Trump stormed the building in a bid to overturn the election results. One woman was shot and later died of her injuries, as…

Conspiracy theories: Who are the people who believe them? | COVID-19 Special

Conspiracy Theories are a global phenomenon. Some make people deny the existence of the new coronavirus, while believing that vaccination is about the implantation of brain chips! Others incite voters who just lost an election to assault democratic institutions, like…

EU doubles Covid vaccine order as Germany sees record deaths | DW News

The European Commission has reached a deal with drug makers Pfizer and BioNTech to doubles its order of their Covid vaccine. The move secures the EU nearly half the two firms’ global output of the jab this year. The Commission…

After Brexit: Can the UK really go it alone? | To the Point

For the first time in its history, a member nation has left the European Union. But can the UK really go it alone? And how will it change the EU? Guests: Tom Nuttall (The Economist), Jon Worth (blogger), Tanja Börzel…

Vaccinating the world: How to make more from less | COVID-19 Special

2021 began with a worldwide ambition – to vaccinate as many people as possible against Covid-19.But in many parts of the world it’s been a slow start. There aren’t enough vaccine dose available yet. And sometimes, logistical problems add to…

Lockdown catch-22: Weight gain can increase Covid severity | COVID-19 Special

Staying at home during a lockdown – with lots of time to eat and not move at the same time. No wonder many people all over the world have gained weight during the pandemic. And while it’s a stretch from…

Pakistan: Militants abduct and kill Shia Hazara miners in Balochistan | DW News

In Pakistan, Islamic State militants have kidnapped and murdered 11 coal miners in Balochistan Province in the country’s southwest. All of the victims belong to the Shia Hazara minority.Their families have been staging a sit-in for several days – demanding…

The Great Google Crash: The World’s Dependency Revealed

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Long Covid: When coronavirus symptoms don’t go away | DW News

So far, nearly 70 million people have contracted the coronavirus around the world. More than 1.5 million people have died from Covid-19, and millions of others have been hospitalized. But there are also many cases where patients develop mild symptoms…

EU, UK Brexit trade talks to continue past deadline | DW News

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has announced that Brexit negotiations will carry on beyond today’s deadline, adding that it was “responsible at this point in time to go the extra mile,” after talks with UK Prime Minister Boris…

UN ‘alarmed’ over plight of Eritreans caught up in Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict | DW News

The United Nations says it’s increasingly alarmed about the plight of Eritrean civilians caught up in the conflict in Ethiopia. The UN refugee agency says it has received disturbing reports of displaced people being killed or kidnapped and forcibly returned…