Belgian citizens are taking ities to court to demand tougher climate action. The case is part of a global trend that has seen activists accuse states of failing to protect rights through inadequate climate policy.
The European Medicines Agency has ized several new coronavirus vaccine plants, as the EU faces a spat with the UK over vaccine exports.
Sixteen years after she was left to die outside a labor camp in North Korea, Jihyun Park could be about to make British history.
Volunteers in Germany have been working for months to repurpose a former freighter for Mediterranean rescue missions. Thousands of people risk their lives to reach Europe by sea every month.
A Polish writer described President Andrzej Duda as a "moron." Now he faces up to three years in jail. But the governing party is pointing out that it didn't write the lese-majeste law.
The EU wants Turkey to respect international law and is ready to offer access to its customs union. The bloc wants to thrash out an agreement with Ankara on Cyprus, energy and refugees.
French and US warplanes have overflown Athens during a bicentennial marking the start of Greek uprisings that led to independence from the former Turkish Ottoman Empire in 1832.
Police in the Netherlands reopened the area around the parliament building in The Hague. The area had been evacuated following an alleged bomb threat.
The jailed Kremlin critic has told lawyers he is in "great pain" and has trouble using one of his legs. Russian prison ities have claimed Navalny's health is "satisfactory."
The European Court of Justice argued that 10 families were not "individually" affected by the EU's climate policies, which they had filed suit against to force the bloc into adopting stricter protection measures.
Alan Turing's image, along with a landmark mathematical formula he developed, will be featured on Britain's highest-value bank note.
A Royal Navy jet has crashed in Cornwall, according to local news. Local police said that two people were injured but were not in danger of death.
DW looks at the special relationship between Germany and the first and only president of the Soviet Union.
The European Union heads of state and government are meeting to talk pandemic strategies and diplomacy. They are also set to welcome Joe Biden at the videoconference.
Over 60 civil rights groups have argued that the potential EU terrorist content law, to be voted on in a month, puts fundamental rights at risk.
Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is suffering poor health as he serves a prison sentence in a penal colony. He survived a poisoning but was jailed for not checking in with police while recovering in Berlin.
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