Ukrainian premier Arseniy Yatsenyuk has told DW that if Russia respects borders and withdraws "terrorists" near Donetsk and Luhansk, the result will be a safer Ukraine. That, he said, would mean a more secure Europe.
After a rapid rise in his first Bundesliga season, Julian Weigl is expected to deliver again in his second. DW spoke to the BVB star about that pressure and what he plans to change this time around.
Public debate ain't what it was. At universities and on social media, strong opinions are more likely to be blocked than debated. Claire Fox tells DW about the psychology behind the desire to control ideas.
A senior Bavarian cabinet minister has suggested that it was safe to have hundreds of thousands of refugees sent back. Markus Söder's comments came as Germany looks back at one year of the migrant crisis.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says a new arms deal would avoid further tensions with Moscow and build trust. This is his latest attempt to put an end to "saber-rattling."
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