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Hungary's researcher Roska wins award for procedure that could cure blindness | DW | 07.09.2020Medical scientist Botond Roska has landed a €1 million check from Germany's Körber Foundation for his groundbreaking research. His gene-based treatment to restore sight has already entered clinical trials.
Delhi riots: Book withdrawal sparks freedom of speech debate in India | DW | 02.09.2020A renowned publisher last week withdrew the publication of a book on Delhi's communal riots, which claimed dozens of lives in India. The unreleased book blames Muslim students and secular activists for the violence.1
Champions League semifinals: Three German coaches diverge after same start | DW | 18.08.2020Thomas Tuchel, Julian Nagelsmann and Hansi Flick coach three very different clubs, and all have made it to the last four. Circumstances are different now, but their formative years in German football played a key role.
Elephant baby boom in Kenya — numbers double over three decades | DW | 12.08.2020Kenya's elephant population has more than doubled from 1989 to today, its wildlife service announced at an event marking World Elephant Day. Tourism Minister Najib Balala said authorities have "managed to tame poaching."1
Japan declares coronavirus emergency after Okinawa US base outbreaks | DW | 01.08.2020Okinawa has seen a record daily spike in infections in addition to the island's total cases, the majority of which have been traced to US troops based there. The surge has increased tensions among locals and US forces.