Police in ten countries close computer network, make arrests - Vegan: fury at new five pound note
It is in Germany's interest for Turkey to be "economically prosperous," said Chancellor Angela Merkel. But she warned this couldn't be at the expense of state interventions, as the Turkish lira continues to drop.
A lawsuit filed by a German pharma company against the US state of Nebraska has once again drawn attention to US authorities finding it hard to obtain the drug cocktails they need to carry out the death penalty.
Investors are losing faith in former economic reformer Tayyip Erdogan. It's not ruled out that the current crisis may end badly for him, but also for economies in Europe, says DW business editor Henrik Böhme.
As EU Commission President Juncker meets US President Donald Trump at a White House with an ever-changing lineup of top officials, European diplomats are still trying to figure out how to get things done in Washington.
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