Two explorers who used heavy equipment to dig at a site in southwestern Poland say they've not found any hidden train. Legend holds that the gold-laden train disappeared at the end of World War II.
Refugees are finding new routes into the European Union. Swiss authorities have noticed a rise in border crossings from Italy.
Angela Merkel's visit to Tallinn comes at the time when Germany has taken more interest in Estonia. The two countries share a long history and are cooperating on EU, security and digital affairs.
US Vice President Jo Biden has told Turkey's leaders that Washington had not supported the failed July 15 coup. He says the US is evaluating the evidence against alleged plot mastermind Fethullah Gulen.
On August 24, 1991, Ukraine declared independence from the Soviet Union following the failed coup in Moscow. DW spoke with renowned historian Andreas Kappeler, who has followed Ukraine's nation building since the 1970s.
The Airlander 10 airship has crashed during a test flight in central England. Local media reported that the airship hit a telegraph pole before slowly falling to the ground.
In his new book entitled "Everything for France," former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has set out key policies in his bid for the 2017 presidential election. Security and immigration are top of the agenda.
A 6.2-magnitude earthquake has hit central Italy, killing at least 120 people. The worst-hit towns of Amatrice and Accumoli have been partially demolished.
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.
Dave Kattenburg traveled to Carqueiranne to check out a small firm making a big noise in the music industry.
Hagar Jobse reports from Spain over why women are choosing to have kids later in life and what the effects will be?
DW looks at the special situation of refugees from this region.
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