Five skiers from the Czech Republic were killed when an avalanche engulfed dozens of people in the Austrian Alps. The snowslide was one of several that took place in which skiers had to be rescued.
Germany has 770,000 unprocessed asylum applications. How can the stack be reduced? The responsible authorities have devised an ambitious plan to ensure that everything goes faster, DW's Kay-Alexander Scholz writes.
Around 2,000 people turned out to call for tolerance, while up to 8,000 far-right PEGIDA supporters took to the streets of Dresden. Several anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim groups have staged demos across Europe.
After disappearing on the fifth anniversary of Egypt's 2011 uprising, Giulio Regeni's body was found in a ditch in Cairo. Egyptian officials have offered contradictory explanations for the student and journalist's death.
German Saxony state premier Stanislav Tillich says far-right Pegida movement leaders who call for violence against foreigners should be prosecuted. Europe is bracing for far-right rallies and counter-demonstrations.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has won Polish and Danish support for EU reforms that will prevent a "Brexit." He is touring European countries before setting a date for a UK referendum on EU membership.
Starting with the WikiLeaks "Afghanistan War Story" in the summer of 2010, matters moved apace concerning founder Julian Assange. Here's a summary of key dates during what the UN claims is his "unlawful detention."
Austria says it doesn't have legal authority to keep fingerprints from migrants passing through the country. Critics charge the government is skirting responsibility. Alison Langley reports from Vienna.
Click on the links below to listen to reports from this week's edition of Inside Europe, DW's award-winning radio program with features from around the continent.
Stephen Beard reports on the protests to bring down the Cecil Rhodes statue at Oxford University in the UK.
Janis Emmanoulidis explains to Helen Seeney the significance of the latest proposals from the EU to prevent Brexit.
DW looks at the special situation of refugees from this region.
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