Many economists, bankers and analysts are saying that the worst of the euro crisis is behind us. We ask Ansgar Belke, a financial market expert at the University of Duisburg-Essen whether people are celebrating too soon.
Barbados has been struggling with weak economic growth over the past decade, putting strains on its public debt and deficit. The ailing economy offers a cautionary tale for other small island nation states in the region.
Greek lawmakers have voted down a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The vote was called over a deal to end a long-running name dispute with the neighboring Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Angela Merkel has won time: The government won't fall apart – for the time being. But the dispute over migration certainly has not been resolved, and she faces a "mission impossible," says DW's Katharina Kroll.
Thousands of desperate farmers across India have taken to the streets to demand loan waivers and higher prices for their produce. The season of agrarian discontent continues. Murali Krishnan reports from New Delhi.
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