An emergency eurozone meeting is to be held in Brussels in the wake of Greece's 'no' referendum vote. Read about the latest developments in Greece's ongoing debt crisis here.
Police beat migrants in Serbia and Macedonia, and force them to pay bribes, Amnesty International has claimed. Thousands of refugees travel through those countries every year, in an attempt to sneak across the EU border.
Both France and Germany have urged Greece to put forward serious proposals that would allow financial aid talks to resume. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said there is an urgent need to lift capital controls.
On the morning of July 7 2005, Londoners woke up in a state of dreamlike disbelief. The day before, Britain had secured the 2012 Olympic Games. By late morning a grim reality had set in as Mike Power reports from London.
Europe doesn't need to worry about other countries going the way of debt-ridden Greece. That's because they have implemented reforms, finance and markets expert Bert van Roosebeke tells DW.
The Eurozone insists Greece's 'no' vote in the referendum has made negotiations about further aid for Greece more difficult. But rhetoric alleging a 'no' vote would also mean 'no' to Europe appears scaled down.
The European Union and Greece must do everything they can to reconcile their differences. Athens needs Brussels now more than ever, writes former Greek President Karolos Papoulias.
All eyes were on Greece and its referendum - none more so than in the UK where the "no" vote could empower those campaigning for an exit from the European Union. Samira Shackle reports from London.
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Lauren Frayer joins a search and rescue mission off the Spanish coast to save migrants.
Rob Cameron examines the anti-immigrant sentiment growing in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
A fisherman explains to Connie Agius what it's like grappling with deaths in the Mediterranean.