The European Council president says a short Brexit extension beyond March 29 may be possible, but would be conditional on the UK parliament passing the withdrawal agreement. But Theresa May has lashed out at MPs.
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The powerful center-right alliance in the European Parliament has voted to suspend membership of Viktor Orban's party. Ahead of the vote Orban said that Fidesz would quit the EPP if its membership was suspended.
An anti-EU party is poised to become the second-largest party in the senate, according to an exit poll for provincial elections. Without a majority, the ruling government will need to reach out to other parties.
After a series of rises, the US central bank's policy meeting decided to hold interest rates in their current range. It also predicted a gloomier outlook for growth than that coming from Trump's White House.
UN judges upped the sentence of Radovan Karadzic, once a leader of the Bosnian Serbs, to life in prison for his role in the 1990s Bosnian war. They decried the "sheer scale and systematic cruelty" of his crimes.
European Union antitrust regulators have fined Google for blocking rival advertisers. The third massive penalty in as many years amounts to 1.29 percent of the Alphabet-owned company's 2018 turnover.
All of the children on board a hijacked school bus that was set on fire in northern Italy have escaped unscathed. Police said the man who took the vehicle claimed he wanted migrant deaths at sea to come to an end.
German parliamentarians have approved a new assembly of German and French lawmakers to deepen ties between the two countries. German deputies are preparing to attend the first session in Paris next week.
"Under" in Lindesnes is Europe's first and the world's largest underwater restaurant. Five meters under the sea at Norway's southern tip, diners can watch the marine life pass by as they eat.
German chemical giant Bayer has suffered one of its worst losses in 16 years after a court ruled Roundup caused a man's cancer. The trial could now determine the settlement of hundreds of similar cases.
After falling behind to an early Luka Jovic goal, a new-look Germany finally moved through the gears to earn a draw with an impressive second-half performance. With Leroy Sané on top form, they deserved more.
Home to nearly one million people, Bunia is the latest Congolese city to report an Ebola infection. The patient is a six-month-old baby, but authorities are baffled that its parents "appear to be in good health."
Turkey's Erdogan warned anti-Muslim Australians that they would be sent back in coffins like their grandfathers at Gallipoli while commenting on the Christchurch massacre. His aides then tried to downplay his remarks.
A joint Austrian and German probe into a blood-doping ring linked to a German doctor has widened to 21 athletes from eight countries across five sports. Some of the suspects do not yet know they've been identified.
While Europeans view Germany as in the ascendancy, French and British power is viewed as "in decline," a new survey has revealed. Many worry about long-term prospects and fear Brussels is "out of touch" with citizens.
As US and Taliban negotiators make progress in their talks on the issue of foreign troop withdrawal and counterterrorism, Germany is mulling over a strategy to continue its engagement with the war-torn nation.
A new panel of Cabinet members has been tasked with determining how Germany will meet its binding climate protection goals. A draft law would see responsibility for climate protection spread across all German ministries.
Kazakhstan's second post-independence president wanted to rename the country's capital after its first president, who served for 30 years. The new president also named his predecessor's daughter the new senate speaker.
Russian discount grocer Mere wants to conquer Germany with its low prices. The new supermarket is selling half a kilo of coffee for less than €2, almost half the price of Aldi and Lidl, but not everyone is convinced.
Amnesty International says at least 14 civilians were killed as a result of airstrikes targeting al-Shabab insurgents.
Thousands of people remain without food or shelter days after the storm made landfall on the coast of Mozambique. As communities struggle with the scale of loss, neighboring countries have pledged humanitarian support.
DW's Henrik Böhme says it's obvious that Bayer's takeover of Monsanto was a huge mistake.
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As the UK’s protracted exit from the EU continues, so does chaos and infighting in the ruling Conservative party. Have Theresa May’s MPs put themselves ahead of the country? DW asks pro-Brexit lawmaker, Nigel Mills.
Luka Jovic is on a roll. The Eintracht Frankfurt striker scored against Germany in the 1-1 draw on Wednesday. DW spoke to him after the game in the mixed zone.
Gessen has won the 2019 Leipzig Book Fair Award for European Understanding for her book "The Future Is History."
Nordic nations consistently top the rankings, while happiness levels have plummeted in Venezuela.
Asparagus season has been known to put Germany into a spin. With the first tips surfacing across some states, the season looks to have arrived early. But fans can expect to dig deep into their wallets for an early taste.
A German study has found that alcohol consumption can cause great harm, even to those who haven't had a sip.
Conservationists are joining forces in the UK to ensure the survival of some of Britain's most endangered species.
Alaa al-Aswany has come under fire for criticizing government corruption and nepotism.
Liverpool's German keeper Loris Karius was loaned out to Besiktas after a horror show in the Champions League final.
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