Once the United Kingdom leaves the EU, the Faroe Islands are hoping for better trade relations. Plus: more and more victims of abuse are taking legal action against pedophile priests in Poland.
Voter turnout is on track to rise for the first time since European Parliament elections began in 1979. Stakes are high as far-right groups and euroskeptic populist parties aim to gain ground.
Right-wing populists, who hold many senior political positions throughout Europe, have now become socially acceptable. In the EU, Austria's new government has practically become the rule, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
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