Germans' view of Ukrainian history often has more to do with Russia than Ukraine, but a new commission aims to change that. Its co-chair fills DW in on what historians have to offer when it comes to the current crisis.
Although most Russians are not upset about the FIFA arrests in Zurich, leaders in Moscow suspect a US conspiracy. Development of World Cup sites in Russia is moving full steam ahead.
What’s in a name? Shakespeare asked that question centuries ago. Former French leader Nicolas Sarkozy may have the answer, as he rebrands his center-right party. Elizabeth Bryant reports from Paris.
The Belgian government has begun investigating whether any companies or organizations in Belgium were victims of German and American spying. A coalition of lawmakers has accused the BND of culling data from neighbors.
Greece was hoping to set a record in tourist numbers this summer, but the turbulent debt crisis has clouded the forecast. Recent disputes over billions in loans for the country are having a negative impact on tourism.
David Cameron has begun a whirlwind tour of European capitals to drum up support for EU reforms. The outcome of a referendum on whether the UK should remain in the bloc may hinge on what he secures.
The accusation weighs heavily: Russian President Vladimir Putin has political responsibility for the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov's daughter spoke to DW about the situation in Russia.
After five years of British ambivalence to the EU, 27 European capitals are now preparing to get love-bombed by David Cameron. Mark Leonard asks whether the British leader will get his way on a European reform package.
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Megan Williams reports from Catania on the moral outrage in Italy regarding the migrant crisis.
Guy Hedgecoe reports from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta about attempts to enter the EU from there.
France ticked off over smacking policy