A Holocaust survivor was on hand as an interpreter at the negotiations for the Treaties of Rome. Born in 1928, Renée Haferkamp was part of the Belgian delegation and saw the foundations laid for the European Community.
UK lawmakers have twice rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal, but the threat of not leaving the EU at all has worried hardliners in her party. Are the die-hards giving up? DW asks pro-Brexit MP Nigel Mills.
Prime Minister Theresa May is against it, level-headed business leaders say it's essential: Britain's membership of the EU Customs Union and Single Market is a divisive issue. DW looks at what it all means.
Young Europeans recently gathered in Brussels for two days of debate and to vote on their vision for Europe. Things were more cheerful than when heads of state and government take part, says Uta Steinwehr from Brussels.
Tens of thousands of critics of industrialized farming have converged on Berlin to renew calls for shifts to eco-sustainable harvests. Visiting Berlin for its annual Green Week expo are 70 agriculture ministers.
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