Attacks on Russian exiles in Britain are causing a diplomatic crisis between Russia and the West. Critics of the Kremlin are worried about what Moscow is capable of.
The EU's de facto capital is teeming with Russian and Chinese spies, according to officials cited by a German newspaper. Diplomats have reportedly been told to avoid certain eateries in the European quarter.
Poland's state prosecutor wants the question the former interpreter of European Council President Donald Tusk. Can or should interpreters be compelled to reveal secret information? DW sat down with one to find out.
Moldova held a parliamentary vote with both pro-Russian and pro-EU forces accusing the ruling party of election fraud. Results are expected on Monday.
The treaty banning intermediate- and shorter-range missiles is beyond saving. The Cold War is back with a vengeance, and for Europe it's even colder and more dangerous than 30 years ago, writes Christian F. Trippe.
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