Many commentators have remarked that the ongoing crisis in the eurozone is the worst the continent has faced since World War II. Others have made comparisons to the global financial crisis of the 1930s.
DW examines the background and long-term consequences of the ongoing threat to the European single currency. Will it survive? What will happen to its member countries?
Despite critical remarks from members of the SPD, Germany's ruling coalition has denied any internal tensions surrounding the latest asylum legislation draft. The government approved the package earlier this week.
Around 2,000 people turned out to call for tolerance, while up to 8,000 far-right PEGIDA supporters took to the streets of Dresden. Several anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim groups have staged demos across Europe.
After disappearing on the fifth anniversary of Egypt's 2011 uprising, Giulio Regeni's body was found in a ditch in Cairo. Egyptian officials have offered contradictory explanations for the student and journalist's death.
Picasso was a man of many talents, who always returned to the same place whenever his life took a new direction: the window. A new exhibition in Hamburg examines the artist's intimate relationship with this theme.