Turkey has stopped broadcasts of ten, mostly-Kurdish TV channels, including the only Kurdish children's station. Authorities said the Kurdish cartoons constituted 'separatist' activity.
Hungary's government has adopted the toughest stance against migrants in the EU, but allows rich foreigners to buy permanent residency which gives them a free Schengen visa. Dan Nolan reports from Budapest.
When a coup failed in Turkey in July, the country's president wasted no time in blaming followers of Fethullah Gulen. Ercan Karakoyun, the director of the Gulen movement in Germany, is Conflict Zone's guest this week.
Earlier this week, the Saxon capital of Dresden was rocked by two apparently xenophobic bomb attacks. Linda Vierecke reports on how people are coping after the explosions.
Ukrainian officials have organized several events to mark the anniversary of the Babyn Yar massacres. Seventy-five years ago, Nazi forces rounded up and shot around 34,000 Jewish residents of Kyiv. David Stern reports.
The new EU data protection law aims to improve consumers' legal situation when it comes to their personal information. But experts question whether the laws will have any real impact.
The EU's migration commissioner has called on member states to "take up their responsibilities" towards refugees. But staunch opposition from the Visegrad group may block advances on resettling refugees across the bloc.
A Turkish court has convicted five men each to three consecutive life sentences for the 2007 murder of three Christians, including a German. Fourteen defendents have been acquitted.
Prisoners are routinely tortured and human rights often ignored in Egypt, a new report says. But that won't necessarily be enough to convince Berlin and Brussels from pursuing security and migrant deals with Cairo.
Investigators have released initial findings into the MH17 aviation disaster. It confirms earlier reports that a BUK mobile launcher fired the fatal missile from separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine.
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.
From decommissioned train carriages to an old greenhouse and even a disused feed silo: I bet you’ve never seen houses as bizarre as this!
The sea, the sky and the golden sands in between. Secluded coves, hidden beaches, and gorgeous little towns. The Côte d'Azur or French Riviera has all you need for a perfect vacation.
The Saint-Gotthard Massif blocks a central European transport corridor. Since ancient times it's been a challenge for travelers and cargo. It's inspired engineers. And now the challenge is overcome.
Persecuted by the Nazis, author Stefan Zweig fled to Brazil - where he ultimately took his own life. A new film by Maria Schrader explores his time in exile, and puts Europe's ongoing refugee crisis into perspective.
Many top modernist architects left their mark on Wrocław - the 2016 European Capital of Culture. We'll show you some well preserved buildings from the period between the two world wars around this city in western Poland.
For one whole week, Euromaxx will be presenting some of the most unusual hotels found in Europe.
Europe's many weird and wonderful festivals
Fans of amusement parks have a smorgasbord to choose from in Europe. Here are ten tips for parks that deserve a place at the very top of anyone's list.
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