Whether through strengthening (or weakening) the EU Commission or by strengthening (or weakening) the democratic EU Parliament, questions abound as to how the EU can improve itself. Only one thing is for sure: It must be prepared to openly admit its failings.
Syria's president has tried harder than ever to recommend himself as a partner in the fight against "Islamic State." However, it appears that Bashar al-Assad is a major part of the problem - and not part of the solution.
The rivalry between the Spanish capital and prosperous Catalonia has risen to new heights as secessionist leaders continue on a course for independence. Martin Delfín reports on a capital gripped by the ongoing saga.
European Council President Donald Tusk has been in office for one year. The former Polish prime minister still experiences problems in his new role and is often silent instead of setting the tone. Bernd Riegert reports.
Two freerunners compete to see who can bend physical laws and dimensions more. They climb the walls and grow and shrink faster than Alice in Wonderland. This is parkour for the eyes.