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EU foreign ministers in Brussels have discussed responses to a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine. The EU's diplomatic chief has said the bloc is "united" in countering Russian aggression but hopes diplomacy prevails.
If Russian troops cross into Ukraine, EU nations will need to resolve their differences of opinion. While some initial actions in the case of an invasion are clear, a longer-term plan remains murky.
For two years, Bulgaria has blocked North Macedonia's bid to open accession talks with the EU because of a historical row. But with new governments in Skopje and Sofia, there is hope that compromise can be reached.
Pets are considered "living beings with their own sensibility" according to a new law in Spain that took effect at the start of the year. The day of St. Anthony comes just in time to solemnly bless these beloved animals.
NATO has announced it will ramp up its presence in Eastern Europe amid Russian invasion fears. The move has drawn condemnation from Moscow.
The US, UK and Australia have told the families of its diplomats in Kyiv to leave Ukraine amid concerns about a potential Russian invasion. Germany said it would also help its citizens leave if they wish.
Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich speaks to DW about the heroes of her new book, reflects on the mistakes of the Belarusian opposition in August 2020 and considers the final outcome of the revolution in Belarus.
The Taliban and Western diplomats are meeting in Norway, with the fundamentalist group pushing to unfreeze Afghan assets abroad. The gathering comes as Afghanistan faces a dire humanitarian crisis.
A London court says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can appeal a point of law on his extradition to the United States. However, his lawyers will have to ask the Supreme Court directly if it will review the actual case.
Armen Sarkissian, who held the largely symbolic role since 2018, expressed his dissatisfaction over decisions related to the conflict with Azerbaijan.
Bilingual schools across France are struggling to find people who can teach in German as English becomes more popular. A group of parents have set up a recruiting agency to help the government.
A senior doctor working at a public hospital in Paris faces litigation for trying to sell an X-ray as a digital artwork. The head of public hospitals in Paris slammed the move as "disgraceful" and "scandalous."
In Spain, since 1856, a strange festival is celebrated: The day of the innocent children.
The Taliban representatives are discussing humanitarian aid in Oslo, their first official talks in Europe since they seized power. Their arrival prompted protests.
Britain's justice minister has insisted the governing Conservative party is not Islamophobic after a former junior minister claimed she was fired because she made colleagues "uncomfortable."
The unidentified man was found alive in the nose wheel section of the cargo plane when it landed in Amsterdam, Dutch authorities said. He is believed to have slipped aboard before the flight left Johannesburg.
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