Tens of thousands of young people from southern Europe's crisis-stricken countries are escaping to London to find work. But as Stephen Beard discovers, many of them have had to settle for far less than their dream job.
The European Central Bank has implemented a plan to ease the eurozone crisis by printing money and buying government bonds. Prominent figures in Germany were unimpressed, charging the bank with overstepping its bounds.
The UK tabloids have softened their attitudes to Germany, after years of mostly poking fun at the country. But Germany's taskmaster attitude during the Greek crisis might change that. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Within a generation, South Korea managed to transform its economy from one of the poorest to one of the richest in the world. At the heart of this change lies innovation. But can the country keep up with the competition?
EC Vice President Frans Timmermans has pledged support in finding a solution to Poland's political crisis that is straining ties with Brussels. But on a trip to Warsaw no tangible steps were taken.
Peace talks aimed at unifying the divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus have taken a detour following a diplomatic gaff. When the island's Turkish leader was treated as a head of state, the Greek president stormed out.
Lawmakers have agreed on a draft law to assimilate asylum seekers into the country's culture and economy. While the state will provide aid, migrants are expected to show eagerness to become a part of Germany.
With British voters heading to the polls in June to decide whether to remain in the European Union, some of their compatriots in Germany are hedging their bets - and applying for citizenship. Naomi Conrad reports.
This recipe comes to us courtesy of Diana Burkel from the Würzhaus restaurant in Nuremberg
British director Ken Loach won the Palme D'Or with his social drama “I,Daniel Blake”. German director Maren Ade’s film “Toni Erdmann” was a favourite but left with almost nothing. Nevertheless German films did well.
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