The Women's European Championships are back in action. Defending champions Germany have so far failed to dominate, but when they take on Denmark in the quarter final, the holders will be hoping to put their stamp on the tournament.
With Germany's coalition talks in turmoil, Chancellor Angela Merkel might have to make do with a minority government. DW takes a look at what that is, and why many Germans are afraid of it.
A recovery in the labor market has reduced poverty and improved social justice across the EU, according to the Bertelsmann Foundation. But the gap between northern and southern countries remains wide.
The women's European Championship has ended with the host nation winning their first-ever title. A brace by Vivianne Miedema helped the Netherlands beat Denmark in Enschede.
People crossing into Denmark from Germany will now be greeted with the sight of armed soldiers. And a new European Union proposal means border controls could be extended.
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