The unemployment crises in countries like Spain is forcing people to think about making a move. Many are following the jobs trail north. We profile a Spanish project manager at Airbus in Germany.
Reunified Germany has never had so few people out of work in the month of March, new statistics have shown. The data was another sign that Europe's largest economy was expanding, galvanized by strong domestic demand.
The number of jobless in Europe's biggest economy dropped to less than three million in March.
Germans are closely following every detail reported about the crash of the Germanwings flight in southern France. Perhaps, because they have the feeling that it could have been them, says DW’s Felix Steiner.
Calls for restraint in the media coverage of the Germanwings crash this week are becoming louder. The chief executive of Airbus has described some speculation as "outrageous."