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Yevgeny's Prigozhin's meat grinder: A moment of truth for Russia's Wagner group in Bakhmut
Der Spiegel dives deep into the grim world of Russian proxy warfare, focusing on Yevgeny Prigozhin, the man leading the notorious Russian mercenary unit, the Wagner Group.
Der Spiegel reports on how Berlin is bracing for the possibility of a second Trump presidency and the potential repercussions on Ukraine, NATO, and the global climate crisis.
Der Spiegel explores Selçuk Bayraktar's rising political influence as the co-owner of Turkey's largest arms exporter, Baykar, and potential successor to President Erdoğan.
"Britain is a tragedy, reduced to begging, borrowing and stealing." The U.K. is sliding into the abyss, and there is little to suggest that improvement will come anytime soon, reports Der Spiegel.
Russia has been abducting Ukrainian children on a scale not seen in Europe in years, according to this report in Der Spiegel. The goal, it says, is to rob a country of its future.
India is poised to become the world's third-largest economy, prompting Spiegel to ask: Can a country that is still home to extensive poverty one day develop into an economic superpower?
France's unpopular pension reform has put right-wing populist Marine Le Pen in a "convenient position," writes Der Spiegel. She can simply wait and then reap the benefits of this political storm.
A German intelligence agent was arrested on suspicion of having provided classified information to the Russians. Der Spiegel has an immersive deep dive on one of the greatest spy scandals in years.
The Black Sea has become a geopolitical hotspot as Russia flexes its muscles. Der Spiegel explores how residents are adapting to the new reality.
A Spiegel investigation into Germany's peace movement uncovers a disturbing alliance between an anti-war group and far-right groups, raising serious questions about the actual goals of the movement.
She sounded the alarm on Putin and rose to prominence. Der Spiegel traces the rise of Kaja Kallas, who went from a little-known Estonian politician to a high-profile leader in Europe.
With the first anniversary of Putin's invasion approaching, Russia seems further from victory than ever. But can Ukraine win the war militarily? Der Spiegel examines three possible outcomes.
The small city of Bakhmut is strategically unimportant—but it has become the focal point of the Russian military's attempt to regain the offensive in Ukraine. Der Spiegel has an on-the-ground report.
It's one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women. Der Spiegel provides a vivid on-the-ground report on the female activists, police officers, and prosecutors fighting to change this.