Electricity cables cut, no trade between Ukraine proper and the Crimean Peninsula, no gas supply: Once again Ukraine and Russia seem headed for confrontation. The US and Europe fear for the future of the Minsk Protocol.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled Turkey violated the freedom of expression by blocking access to YouTube. The ruling comes amid concerns over freedom of expression and access to information in Turkey.
President Vladimir Putin has ordered a severe curtailment of bilateral relations with Turkey after the downing of a jet. Russians are worried about the consequences, Juri Rescheto reports from Moscow.
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.
Authorities have detained refugees who were allegedly preparing to sail to Greece, Turkish officials say. The sweep came just hours after the EU promised to give Turkey billions to stem the migrant crisis.
The domestic policy spokesman for Germany's conservative parliamentary parties can imagine a scenario in which authorities turn back refugees at the border. The timing of his comments is presumably not coincidental.
The ruling coalition in Kosovo has barred the opposition from attending a parliamentary session, after opposition hardliners activated tear gas in the chamber. The government critics urged people to join street protests.
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Lauren Frayer explains the resurgence of Hemingway's "A Moveable Feast" in Paris following the attacks.
James Panichi of the news website Politico tells Helen Seeney what life is like in Brussels under siege.
DW looks at the special situation of refugees from this region.