Things are starting to improve in Greece. The country's debts are sinking, as much as 2.7 percent growth is predicted for 2017. But what does this really mean for people there? And why is it taking so long to implement the reforms?
For the first time since the 1959 revolution, Cuba's new head of state will not answer to the name Castro. Miguel Diaz-Canel takes on a country facing many challenges. Andreas Knobloch reports from Havana.
The United States has made true on its promise to hit the European Union with higher import tariffs on steel and aluminum. But there needs to be a distinction between bluster and true inequality says DW's Timothy Rooks.
Greek Prime Minister Tsipras has said his country is no longer in danger of Grexiting - leaving the EU - and is seeing an inward investment boom. He said he is hopeful after nine years of recession, but questions remain.
Not only are low-wage jobs still being affected by Germany's "Agenda 2010" labor reforms. Highly-qualified workers are also being negatively impacted. Will the September election change anything?
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