Christine Lagarde visits South Korea - Diplomatic tensions rise between Ankara and Berlin - Greece needs foreign cash - German firm has found a way to simply mop the Oil up
German weaponmakers have complained that tensions with Turkey are hurting business, but what's the truth? DW takes a look at deals for arms that German manufacturers have made with countries around the world.
The International Monetary Fund has said its managing director, Christine Lagarde, is the sole candidate for the new term beginning July. She has the backing of both Western nations and major economies in Asia.
The future of Schengen and the unity of the EU are at stake, warns EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos. With the help of a road map, the EU wants to reopen all of its internal borders by the end of the year.
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