French President Emmanuel Macron has called the police killings of pro-Algerian demonstrators in Paris 60 years ago "crimes." But a formal apology was not forthcoming.
Speaking on state TV, Russia’s deputy prime minister addressed Europe’s gas supply crunch. Prices have increased 800% this year, which Russia blames on reserve shortfalls.
Police say officers were attacked and cars torched as thousands of people gathered in opposition to the clearance of the radical left-wing Köpi-Platz encampment in central Berlin.
Germany’s budding coalition is considering the legalization of cannabis. DW takes a look at a few countries that have already adopted a softer stance.
Britain’s Brexit Minister David Frost has reacted to proposed EU concessions to ease bottlenecks affecting the trade in goods to Northern Ireland from the UK mainland.
President Emmanuel Macron has apologized to the tens of thousands of French loyalist fighters whom France left behind when it exited Algeria in 1962. But some of the fighters, known Read More
In her acceptance speech, Merkel called on Europeans to work together to tackle important issues such as climate change. "Europe is only as strong as it is united," the chancellor Read More
Migrants and asylum-seekers in eastern Poland say they have been illegally pushed back to neighboring Belarus multiple times without due asylum process. DW reports on the humanitarian crisis from the Read More
This might turn out to be the most important week in EU-UK relations since the Brexit vote itself. The EU cannot afford any more errors, even if that means a Read More