The EU will be getting fewer BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine doses than planned in the coming weeks, as Pfizer tries to amp up its production capacity. European politicians are already under fire over slow inoculation drives.
Simon Rattle, who turns 66 this month, has long been a staunch critic of Brexit. But the long-time Berlin resident says his decision to seek German nationality is driven by musical and personal reasons
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the government would continue to lead the country's COVID-19 response team until elections already scheduled for March.
Moscow has said it plans to withdraw from the arms control and verification treaty in the coming days, following the departure of the US from the treaty.
Authorities have said work on the Baltic Sea gas pipeline can start again in German waters immediately. Whether it will or not, however, remains unclear.
Europe needs a "radical" shutdown, including industry and schools, to bring coronavirus infections down to zero, say petitioners in Germany and Austria.
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The Belarusian dissident Maria Kolesnikova has been in jail since September, when she opted to tear up her passport rather than go into coerced exile.
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The European Court of Justice has ruled that unaccompanied minors may only be sent back to their country of origin if there were "adequate reception facilities." Otherwise, the court said, they should be allowed to stay.
Images showing government food packages for children from low-income families during coronavirus shutdowns sparked outrage and forced a U-turn in government policy.
The logistics company said that Brexit-caused paperwork was placing a massive strain on their UK staff. However, there were no problems with packages coming from the UK to Europe, according to DB Schenker.
The government of Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is in trouble after former premier Matteo Renzi pulled his party from the ruling coalition. At the same time, Renzi held out an olive branch to Conte.
Mealworms, whole or as powder in pasta, have become the first insect-based food approved by the EU's food safety watchdog. The EU Commission has yet to endorse the decision.
Speaking to DW's Conflict Zone, Gunther Krichbaum, head of the Bundestag EU affairs committee, defended the EU decision to tie budget payments to the rule of law, saying it helps put pressure on problematic countries.
A key witness in the trial against the organized crime group 'ndrangheta in Italy is Luigi Bonaventura, who began cooperating with investigators in 2006.
Lithuania came to a standstill to remember those who died when Soviet troops tried to take over the national broadcaster as people marked Freedom Day.
Italian authorities started the trial of 350 alleged members of the 'ndrangheta group. Defendants include politicians, lawyers and entrepreneurs.
Juri Ratas has resigned but denies any wrongdoing after a probe was opened into his ruling Center Party and its links with an Estonian businessman. A company owned by a party donor got a state loan with generous terms.
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The coronavirus has closed cultural institutions around the world, chasing performers into lockdown.
Romania has one of the highest rates of deliveries by cesarean section in the European Union.
The pro-independence Catalan movement has been organizing itself with the help of messaging apps.
German politicians took part in ceremonies in Poland marking the start of World War II.
The Russian band RADIO TAPOK covers Rammstein songs and recreate the crazy music videos.
President Salome Zurabishvili speaks with DW about Georgia's 15-year-long effort to join the European Union.
Many Greeks are in a bad economic situation. Can the change of government remedy the situation?
Erdogan’s power base in Turkey is crumbling as the construction boom fades.
Voters in Turkey's biggest city are going to the polls in a controversial rerun of the March ballot.
Both populists and Social Democrats campaigned against immigration in Denmark's European elections.
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Winter Storm Filomena hit Spain with all its might over the weekend, with snow in the north and flooding in the south. It was the worst winter storm to hit Spain in several decades.
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