Poland has developed much over the past ten years. It wouldn't have been possible without EU subsidies. What does that mean for Poland's third largest city Lodz?
In eastern Slovakia, interest groups using mafia methods have discovered EU direct grants for agricultural areas as a source of income, trying to extort farmland from its owners. DW met one of the victims.
The re-election of President Milos Zeman is seen by some as a sign that the Czech Republic will strengthen ties with Russia and China. Is the country headed toward a rift with the European Union?
NATO's chief Jens Stoltenberg has called for a dialogue after member state Latvia closed down part of its airspace due to Russian military tests in the Baltic Sea. Cold War echoes are distant, but getting louder.
A Berlin court has sentenced a Syrian man to over two years in prison for trying to set fire to a homeless man. Five other young refugees were also convicted for taking part in the attack or failing to help the victim.
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