France is about to elect a new president. However, in many banlieues where there is high unemployment and crime – for example in Marseille - few are interested in the campaign. Many have lost faith in politics.
The French people have consistently opposed any liberalization of the labor market. Now, President Emmanuel Macron wants to do exactly that to, he says, combat unemployment. Trade unions have already called for protests.
French President Emmanuel Macron's clear victory in the first round of French parliamentary elections has completely changed the political party system - for now. The defeated mainstream parties can still bounce back.
Two nationalist parties have emerged as winners in Kosovo's parliamentary elections. This does not bode well for relations with neighboring states or the EU, writes DW's Adelheid Feilcke.
France's President Emmanuel Macron has unveiled his new cabinet. It inherits a difficult legacy, in particular a sluggish economy dogged by years of high unemployment. DW's Doris Pundy reports from Paris.
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