The smallest party in Greece's ruling coalition has voted to leave the government. The Democratic Left's decision comes after efforts broke down to agree on the future of state broadcaster ERT.
Greece's coalition government appears to be unravelling after the foreign minister resigned over the name-changing deal with neighboring Macedonia. Tsipras is under pressure from a key coalition ally.
Left to watch its conservative partners feud over German refugee policy, and nearly bring down the government, the SPD faces a deal it doesn't want but has no choice but to sign on to, writes DW's Thomas Latschan.
A strong majority in Macedonia has voted to change the country's name, but low turnout has undermined the result. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev is resolved to go ahead with the change regardless. What are the next steps?
Greece's leader has argued that the 2019 EU parliamentary elections are not just a run-of-the-mill vote. With members at odds over migration, Brexit and rising right-wing populism, Europe's soul depends on the outcome.
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