Swine fever threatens pig farms in Europe - US slaps punitive tariffs on Chinese steel - Emirates signs A380 deal with Airbus
Brussels has confirmed a small outbreak of African swine flu near the border with France. The disease has already hit farms in eastern Europe and China.
The EU plans to invest more in Africa and wants to intensify trade relations. Since the refugee crisis, Europe has been courting African governments and banking on increased cooperation.
China is leading the global race for high-performance 5G mobile networks. Any other country hoping to play a role in the digital economy will have to catch up fast, says DW's Frank Sieren.
Ahead of the upcoming "Deutschlandjahr USA" campaign, Johannes Ebert, secretary general of the Goethe-Institut, talked to DW about what unites — and separates — Germans and Americans.
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