Things are starting to improve in Greece. The country's debts are sinking, as much as 2.7 percent growth is predicted for 2017. But what does this really mean for people there? And why is it taking so long to implement the reforms?
The copyright law reform requires companies to filter content to prevent unauthorized work appearing on their platform. Smaller firms would exempt, but critics worry it will hurt the free exchange of information.
Google has decided against opening a "Campus" for startups in Berlin after a series of protests. The space will now be sublet to a charity planning to open it up for local social projects.
Plagued by eight exhausting years of financial crisis, millions of Greeks are unable to pay off their loans. But there are also those who don't want to, as Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
As lenders decide on Greece’s post-bailout future, some say it may not differ much from its bailout present: targets, compliance and disbursements. DW talked with Alexander Kritikos, an expert on Greek political-economy.
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