We start another new series on today’s show. It marks Croatia’s accession to the EU on July 1st. We celebrate by visiting all of the capital cities in the European Union and we kick off in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
A 28-year-old woman has been fined for wearing a niqab at a local shopping center, in violation of a controversial new law. The ban, which took effect on August 1, prohibits full-face Islamic veils in public places.
Europe owes its open borders to the Schengen Agreement, which allows cooperation and free travel through 22 out of the 28 EU member states. How has the agreement contributed to a united Europe — and will it survive?
In a DW interview, Senate speaker Stanislaw Karczewski defended the country's controversial judicial reforms that have been challenged by the EU. He also praised the Polish people for being Europe-friendly.
In today's turbulent political times, it is easy to give up on the idea of European Union solidarity. But the response to wildfires in Sweden and Greece is proof that unity is still possible. Who's helping whom, and why?
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