Day by day, Greece is inching closer to bankruptcy, and still the Greek government and its creditors can´t find a compromise. Is their patience about to run out? A look into the future.
Tensions in the Western Balkans can only be overcome if all countries in the region join the European Union, says enlargement chief Johannes Hahn. The EU's door should remain open for Turkey, he told DW.
The controversial EU refugee agreement with Turkey has been running for two years. But there are still several hitches, with particularly the question of funding still not completely settled.
Germany has said it is resettling the last few migrants from Greece and Italy under the EU's relocation scheme. Germany took in just over one-third of the expected number of refugees under the agreement.
Eurozone finance ministers have reached a "political agreement" to grant Greece €6.7 billion in bailout money. The ministers praised Greece's progress, putting it on track to leave its bailout program this year.
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