Brexit talks in Luxembourg between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker have ended without any breakthrough. The main sticking point remains the Irish backstop.
Testosterone has long been seen as a metaphor for aggression, but is there really anything to the idea of the testosterone-driven male? Prominent scientists explain how subtle the hormone’s effects actually are.
Former German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen was confirmed during the week as the next president of the EU Commission. She will take over from Jean-Claude Juncker as the first woman in the job. Keith Walker speaks with DW's political correspondent Thomas Sparrow who begins by describing what was going on behind the scenes in the EU parliament ahead of Tuesday's vote.
Members of the European Parliament have made history by electing the first woman as Commission president. Germany's outgoing Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, who will succeed Jean-Claude Juncker, promised a "united and strong" Europe.
An EU summit is due to pick the bloc's new leaders. French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel disagree over filling key posts. A main sticking point: Who will succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as head of the European Commission?
Germany's Manfred Weber, the conservative candidate, is considered the front-runner in the race to lead the European Commission. DW takes a closer look at him, and his main rivals.
The most high-ranking position under discussion is the European Commission president, a post now held by Jean-Claude Juncker. But there's no consensus on who should replace him, and that's created friction between the EU's two leading nations.
Da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" holds the record for the most expensive work of art to go under the hammer. Munch and Van Gogh also make the list, and a Monet painting has broken the record for auctioned impressionist art.
Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says he is working hard to reach a compromise in the the dispute with Brussels over his country's ballooning budget. He is scheduled to meet tonight with European Comission president Jean-Claude Juncker, as hope rise he will be able to avert disciplinary measures. If he can't it could trigger early elections in March.
If you come across the work of an Old Master in a city but not in a museum, it’s likely to be a painting by Julio Anaya Cabanding. He paints famous pictures onto walls. From a distance, they look like they’ve been hung.
One hundred years have passed since the end of World War I. To keep the memory of it alive, young people can volunteer for what's known as the Peace Service. DW followed a group of high-school students from Kassel who took part.
A German politician has set his sights on the European Union's highest office. On Thursday, Manfred Weber launched his run for the job of Commission president. DW’s Brent Goff talks to German MP Andreas Nick about the man who wants to take over from Jean-Claude Juncker.
Despite stalled negotiations between Britain and the European Union, Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says Europe is willing to give London more time for its transition out of the EU. Brexiteers in the UK do not like the sound of that.
Looking back on his term as European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker stresses that the divide between eastern and western member states must not be allowed to widen. But he also points to a series of economic achievements.
There's relief in Europe after US President Donald Trump and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to try and take the heat out of their transatlantic trade row. The German Economy Minister hailed the talks as a "breakthrough" that could avoid a trade war and save millions of jobs.
DW's Sarah Kelly talks to the EU Ambassador to the United States David O'Sullivan, who was part of the negotiations, about the meeting of US President Trump and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
Kurzteaser: Trade Truce - will the Trump-Juncker deal hold?
At a summit in Bulgaria, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said European companies hit by US sanctions against Iran would receive support under a so-called 'blocking statute' last used more than 20 years ago.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has 40 years of political experience, but in the Western Balkans he faces an especially tricky task. Juncker wants states such as Serbia and Albania to join the EU, but only if they implement far-reaching reforms.
Jean-Claude Juncker has wrapped up a visit to the region, where the EU is seeking to expand. Juncker wanted to encourage political reforms and the resolution of outstanding conflicts between neighboring states, to ease integration into the EU.
In meetings with European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, British Prime Minister Theresa May has declared progress and a readiness to move on to the second stage of Brexit negotiations.
DW's Max Hofmann and the president of the EU commission, Jean-Claude Juncker discussed the plight of African migrants and the devastating situation in Libya.
By some calculations, hip-hop is celebrating 44 years as a musical genre and a movement this weekend. German rap is not quite so old, but there have been three rhyme-rich decades so far.
Millions of Indians began voting Saturday in regional elections seen as the first major test of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party after his controversial move to ban all high-value banknotes last year. "De-monetization" caused widespread hardship, especially among the poor and lower middle class. The Modi government's annual budget may win back some of that lost support though.
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