Europe could be on the brink of another euro crisis. Coalition negotiations in Italy have collapsed. Now it's feared the country's debt burden is spiralling out of control. European markets reacted with trepidation.
As he starts his tour of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, the pontiff will find people here skeptical of his criticism of global markets, but more positive about the Church than western Europeans, writes Konstantin Eggert.
Populists and far-right radicals have ruled the Eurozone's third-largest country since June. The promised revolution is yet to fully materialize — except when it comes to migration. Bernd Riegert gives his assessment.
Italy and Austria have put forth a plan to process refugees on ships, with Austria's interior minister saying asylum-seekers would be "well looked after." Both governments support curbing immigration in their countries.
The operators of Aquarius 2 have announced they are bringing 58 migrants to the French port of Marseilles. The rescue ship has been repeatedly turned away by Italy and forced to stop in Malta and Spain in recent months.
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