Ukrainian bankruptcy and a Russian invasion next door? Polish media report that Poles have much to fear. But a market strategist from Poland's oldest and largest bank has good news: the country's economy will be fine.
The crisis in Ukraine has kindled fears that Russia could stop the flow of natural gas to Europe.
Vitaly Klitschko and Yulia Tymoshenko met with EU delegates - are they expecting too much?
As pro-Russia soldiers occupy towns across Crimea, leaders of the region's Tatar minority are mobilizing unarmed field patrols. Though they lack official authority, they hope to prevent inter-ethnic conflict.
Some wealthy Ukrainian oligarchs live in London and are feeling the heat from protestors in the UK.
The EU is confronted with a dilemma. It must force Russia to accept boundaries without causing an escalation of the crisis. That calls for quick and decisive action, writes DW's Bernd Riegert.
For just the fourth time since 1949, a NATO member has invoked Article 4 for an extraordinary consultation. DW asked a Polish political expert why Poland felt events in Crimea warranted such a measure.
Turkish prosecutors suspect that the murders of four Chechen activists in Istanbul between 2009 and 2011 were ordered by the Russian intelligence service.
A rise in attacks against minorities has alarmed observers in Bulgaria. They say the violence is generated by nationalism, and that this aggression is rooted in the way Bulgaria reads its own history. DW takes a look.
Germans and Greeks were once close friends and partners within the EU - prior to the euro zone crisis. German President Joachim Gauck is now traveling to Athens to offer encouragement to the debt-stricken country.
The mayor of Ankara has been making some wild promises to woo voters in upcoming elections.
German parliamentarian Rolf Mützenich tells DW that people in Bosnia need help.
In pictures: Bosnians protest against unemployment, political paralysis and corruption.
The 'Great War' in Belgium
Crimea has been the focus of attention this week but while Russia is seen as the aggressor in the West and Kyiv, residents of Crimea seem happy to welcome Russian troops into their midst. Filip Warwick reports.
Ukraine's crisis is developing into one of the gravest European confrontations since the Cold War.
Click on the links below to listen to reports from this week's edition of Inside Europe, DW's award-winning radio program with features from around the continent.
Greece is still in crisis but one small village in the country has been bucking the trend.
The Gogan family moved from Romania to Germany via Italy. Like many other EU immigrants in search of better opportunities, they've discovered starting over isn't always easy.
A recent wave of brutal attacks on the media in Montenegro has stalled the path to EU accession.
Muslim and Jewish communities in Denmark are alarmed at moves to curtail their religious practices.
Stromae, who won best male artist at the French music awards over the weekend, is not only the most successful musician in the French-speaking world. He's also the epitome of modern Belgium.
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