Italy is going to the polls in an election closely watched by a nervous EU. Will there be a clear majority or months of impasse? What does the election mean for the country's struggling economy?
For years on end, Turkey has been able to log astonishing growth rates. But economists are now sounding the alarm bells, saying that political uncertainties are not the only cause for concern in the coming months.
The European Central Bank wants to end its €2.4 trillion bond-buying program at the end of 2018, calling time on a policy that is credited with reviving the eurozone but may come too soon for some debt-laden countries.
Sunday’s elections will be a milestone for Turkey. The election must result in the rebirth of a nation ready to heal its wounds. Any other outcome would be catastrophic, writes DW’s Seda Serdar.
Turkish voters in 60 countries have been casting their ballots in the run up to elections in Turkey. Roughly one in two voters living in Germany cast their ballot in the snap poll.
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