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A Murder and an Ultimatum: Biden's Goal of Saving the Iran Deal Just Got Harder

Following the assassination of Iranian nuclear physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, hardliners in Tehran are rattling their sabers. The hurdles standing in the way of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's goal of resuscitating the Iran nuclear deal just grew a lot higher.

Germany's Foreign Minister on the Future of Trans-Atlantic Relations

Relations between Germany and the United States suffered under President Trump. In an interview, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas discusses his hopes for an improved atmosphere under incoming President Joe Biden, but also the challenges posed by China, the Middle East and the Russian pipeline project.

Generation Corona: The Pandemic Is Changing Our Children's Lives for the Worse

Children are bearing much of the burden of the corona crisis. They are afraid, listless, bored and helpless - and many are developing psychological scars. What can be done?

Honey and Hope: A Spark of Optimism in the Yemen Civil War

The province of Shabwa in Yemen has become home to a minor miracle. First, a hospital was built, and now a holiday resort is in the works. The local governor would like to see the province provide a model for the country's future.

Search for a Coronavirus Pill: Researchers Explore Promising New Therapies for COVID-19

All eyes are on coronavirus vaccines at the moment. But efforts to find successful treatments against COVID-19 are rapidly moving along as well. Initial laboratory tests have been encouraging.

Syria: German Prosecutors Are Collecting Evidence on Chemical Weapons Attacks

German prosecutors are currently collecting witness testimonies, documents and videos incriminating Syria in what are believed to be war crimes. The evidence against the Assad regime compiled by groups that have filed a criminal complaint in Germany is overwhelming.

German Prosecutors Are Collecting Evidence on Chemical Weapons Attacks in Syria

German prosecutors are currently collecting witness testimonies, documents and videos incriminating Syria in what are believed to be crimes against humanity. The evidence against the Assad regime compiled by groups that have filed a criminal complaint in Germany is overwhelming.

Fighting the Corona Crisis: "The World Could Have Learned from Africa"

Africa has thus far avoided the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Aminata Touré, the former prime minister of Senegal, explains in an interview why that is and what Europe must change in its approach to the continent.

Where Did America Go Wrong? - Opinion

Despite Donald Trump's defeat, the United States still appears to be in a state of moral decay. A DER SPIEGEL correspondent reflects on his five years in America.

A DER SPIEGEL Correspondent Asks What Went Wrong in America

Despite Donald Trump's defeat, the United States still appears to be in a state of moral decay. A DER SPIEGEL correspondent reflects on his five years in America.

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