German companies want Angela Merkel to mitigate damage caused by years of tough US sanctions against Russia. The president of an influential German business group said the US was prioritizing its own economic interests.
German migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 is headed to the Italian island of Lampedusa with migrants on board, despite the threat of a fine. The Italian government wants the ship to dock in Germany or the Netherlands.
Social Democratic leader Mette Frederiksen said her minority government will rely on leftist parties for support. Their deal includes bold climate action and increases to welfare spending after years of austerity.
A French mother and her daughter developed respiratory problems while living next to Paris' infamous peripherique ring road. A court ruled that the French state was responsible for air pollution at the time.
It's the Czech Republic's largest protest since 1989. Some 250,000 people have taken to the street calling for Andrej Babis to resign amid a corruption scandal that intertwines his government and former business empire.
The 110-year old Rahumae cemetery had graves broken and overturned over the weekend. Swastikas were also found spray-painted near a bus stop.
Numerous journalists have been charged with revealing state secrets and questioned by France's intelligence services. French media fear that press freedom is at risk under President Emmanuel Macron.
Record temperatures have begun in northern Europe this week, with authorities in Germany and France on alert. Experts have said heat waves are on the increase worldwide, further evidence of climate change.
An auction of Boris Becker's trophies has resumed after the tennis star dropped a legal challenge to prevent it. The sale has been described as a "rare opportunity for tennis fans to acquire memorabilia of this kind."
Targeted by daily mass protests, the ruling Georgian Dream party has pledged "large-scale political reform." But protesters have called for bolder measures, saying they want Georgia's "de-oligarchization."
Russia has received backing from the Council of Europe's assembly to return to the body. Moscow had its voting rights suspended five years ago over the illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula.
Muslim women have pushed back against a ban on burkinis at a public pool, provoking a firm response from the far right. National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said the all-encompassing swimsuit has "no place in France."
Judges said an army captain who confessed to killing seven foreign women and girls appeared to have mounted a "campaign of murder." The slayings shocked the island nation and sparked anger about perceived police racism.
The Netherlands has been struck by a monumental telecommunications outage, prompting police to hit the streets. Authorities were unsure why it happened, but have ruled out a hacking attack.
The suspect was reportedly seen acting suspiciously near the US Embassy in Brussels. He has been charged with an attempted terrorist attack, but denies any involvement.
The European Court of Justice has said that Warsaw violated EU law by forcing judges into early retirement. Poland had already backtracked on the law and reinstated the judges after protests and international pressure.
Can teens be vaccinated against online disinformation? DW's Teri Schultz reports on creative educational efforts to help young media consumers fend off viral lies.
The 16 defendants stand accused of "attempting to overthrow the government" and organizing protests in 2013. If convicted, they could receive life sentences without the chance for parole.
Brussels and Berlin frequently point out that refugees have human rights, but the reality in neighboring Balkan states looks different. That is cynical, says Norbert Mappes-Niediek.
Voters in Turkey's biggest city are going to the polls in a controversial rerun of the March ballot.
Georgians angry over Russian lawmaker's visit try to storm parliament.
Both populists and Social Democrats campaigned against immigration in Denmark's European elections.
The government of Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has lost a no-confidence vote in parliament.
Far-right parties have gained some ground in the European parliamentary elections, but so have others.
Traditional centrist parties in Germany, France and elsewhere have watched their support erode.
Almost as soon as Theresa May exited the political stage, the shock waves could be felt in Europe.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she had tried her "best" to honor the Brexit result.
In the wake of last week's corruption video scandal, all ministers from the far-right Freedom Party have resigned.
Immediately after being sworn in, the new president of Ukraine announced he would dissolve parliament.
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