Despite Berlin's backing of the Cyprus bailout, Germany remains divided over how to deal with the eurozone crisis
Alexis Tsipras says he is open to 11th-hour negotiations as Greece veers towards a default on a 1.6 billion euro loan payment. He hinted he would resign if Greeks rejected his plea for a 'no' vote on a possible aid deal.
Two Iranian PhD students have taken the Norwegian state to court after being expelled from the country on suspicion of gathering knowledge that could "aid Iran’s nuclear program."
No plans have been fleshed out in case Greece goes bankrupt, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. EU Council President Donald Tusk has meanwhile warned of "game over" if a decision is not made before June 30.
While Greece has rejected reform proposals by its creditors as "absurd" and "unrealistic," Brussels has called for a "financially sound" alternative plan. DW examines the proposals in the Greek debt clash.