The refugees come by the hundreds, carrying little more than hope and a handful belongings. But they have a story to tell: from departure, journey and arrival. DW is collecting their stories and comments in this blog.
Tugce Albayrak's friend has testified on how events on a fateful November night led to her death. The young woman died after being struck by a young man at a fast-food restaurant in the German city of Offenbach.
The latest polls show that the UK's National Health System (NHS) is the most important issue for half of British voters - ahead of the economy, immigration and the benefits system. Mike Power reports from London.
German President Joachim Gauck has called on the EU to show unity in its foreign policy. He was speaking in Vienna 70 years to the day since the founding of the second Austrian republic.
The day MH17 was shot down, German passenger planes were still flying over Eastern Ukraine. There is evidence the Berlin government failed to pass on warnings of dramatic security threats to airlines.
Berlin knew the danger of flying over Ukraine before flight MH17 was downed, but didn't alert German airlines. The allegation is part of a joint investigation by three media outlets.
The internet is full of conflicting information on who was responsible for the downing of flight MH17 on July 17, 2014. A German journalists' research unit has tried to verify the facts and most popular theories.
Turkish Cypriots have elected Mustafa Akinci leader of their internationally shunned republic. He has pledged to focus his energy on breaking decades of stalemate and achieving an accord that would reunify Cyprus.
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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