Charities said they're worried about the safety of minors and vulnerable adults ahead of the dismantling of the French migrant camp. Police fired smoke grenades as people grew angry at the "Jungle's" impending closure.
Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim has warned the EU that it has other alternatives to membership in the bloc. Yildirim did not name any options, but critics suspect Turkey could be hinting at closer relations with Russia.
Vienna's Habibi & Hawara restaurant employs a dozen mainly Syrian refugees. But it's not just a job: The goal is to teach newcomers how to run a company in Austria, reports Matteo Tacconi.
Ankara has not yet answered a German politician's request to visit soldiers in the Incirlik airbase. The denial could mean that Turkey intends to block visits to the camp, like it did some months ago.
After new talks on Saturday, EU Parliament President Martin Schulz is optimistic the EU and Canada will sign a long-sought trade deal next week. Talks had broken down after opposition from a region in Belgium.
NATO has appointed former BND vice president Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven to be the alliance's first intelligence chief. The new role was created to better assess and coordinate intelligence within the alliance.
Sandzak is commonly referred to as the Balkans region still under Turkish influence. But a visit to the center of Novi Pazar shows that "brotherhood" doesn’t help a lot when it comes to the economy.
After a fire alarm at London City Airport, a number of passengers reported feeling unwell. The airport was evacuated, and security services swept the premises, but have said they found no elevated chemical levels.
Belgium's regional government of Wallonia continues to block the EU-Canada trade deal and wants to delay its signing. Europe has been left standing disgraced at the end of its summit, writes DW's Barbara Wesel.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said negotiations on leaving the EU would take time at her first summit in Brussels. Pressing concerns such as Syria and a failing free trade deal with Canada stole much of her thunder.
Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union is among the parties diluting the EU's new gun control law, devised in the aftermath of the 2015 Paris terrorist attacks. Semi-automatic weapons are likely to remain legal.
Russian activists claim Moscow is drastically expanding its electronic eavesdropping at home. A new report alleges the country's wiretapping efforts on its own citizens have doubled in recent years.
New British Prime Minister Theresa May has drastically broken with her predecessor's agenda with little opposition. But her hardest task - Brexit negotiations with the European Union - is still to come.
A priest and an army colonel pretending to be exorcists have been detained in Sicily. Investigators have said they took advantage of ill women and sexually abused them.
In Scotland, winter is setting in - but the political temperature is heating up. Nicola Sturgeon has said that Scotland could vote again on leaving the United Kingdom over Brexit. Peter Geoghegan reports from Glasgow.
The foreign ministry in Moscow has summoned Belgium's ambassador following claims that Brussels' fighter jets bombed civilians in a village in Aleppo province. Belgium has denied the charge.
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