Many commentators have remarked that the ongoing crisis in the eurozone is the worst the continent has faced since World War II. Others have made comparisons to the global financial crisis of the 1930s.
DW examines the background and long-term consequences of the ongoing threat to the European single currency. Will it survive? What will happen to its member countries?
Turkish prosecutors have continued charging those in connection to a broad graft probe, including the sons of two ministers. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan maintains, however, that the investigation is a smear campaign.
Jacob Appelbaum, a US Internet activist and one of the people with access to Edward Snowden's documents, has told a Berlin paper that his apartment was broken into, saying he suspected US involvement.
The Spanish government has approved tighter rules on abortion, making it legal only in the case of rape or when the mother faces a serious risk. The changes make the country’s laws among the most restrictive in Europe.
Barely a week goes by without publication of a study that attempts to answer one burning question: how does the Internet affect the music business? The answer is not simple.