Davos has always been a place where free trade has been lauded. Many have praised collaboration and solidarity between countries. Then came President Trump with his “America First” strategy. Many in emerging economies are concerned about what his protectionist policies mean for them.
The UK's Brexit minister is calling for an implentation period when there is nothing to implement. Meanwhile, Theresa May has failed to impress at Davos and a love affair could spell the end of UKIP.
The 48th World Economic Forum in Davos will be remembered for two things: massive amounts of snow and the appearance of US President Donald Trump. A review of this year's event by DW's Manuela Kasper-Claridge.
Among those arrested are two Punjab National Bank employees believed to be at the center of the fraud.
French unemployment falls fastest since 2009 - Venezuelan tech firms find niche amid crisis
Four coworkers were injured when after they built a swimming pool in their company's flatbed truck. The "Grill-Pool-Challenge" is meant to encourage comraderie and social engagement.
More than 40,000 households in southwest Berlin lost internet and television after cable lines were damaged. Police are investigating whether the outage is connected to an attempted bank robbery in the area.
The Hungarian prime minister has promised a hefty tax on refugee aid organizations as he vies for a third term in office. He warned in his annual state of the nation address that Muslim immigration would destroy Europe.
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