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A US Congressman says the Chechen Akhmed Chatayev is suspected of planning Tuesday’s attack in Istanbul. Chatayev had been arrested multiple times in Europe and was granted asylum in Austria.
Scientists have been able to more directly link extreme weather – like the floods that hit Central Europe last month – to climate change. A changed climate could also mean hotter summers – and with that, more deaths.
Swedish furniture group IKEA has announced it’s recalling tens of millions of chests and dressers in the US. The pieces are linked to the death of six children who got entrapped when the furniture tipped over.
As the implications of Britain’s decision to withdraw from the EU become clear, big changes may be in store for Japan’s economic and security ties with Europe. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Europe must re-organize after the Brexit, Ulrike Guerot tells DW. The political scientist argues the understandably angry British people made their choice.
Martin Roth, a German and director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, sees the result of the UK’s referendum as a personal defeat. He told DW why the Brexit is stealing the youth’s future.
Hundreds of young people choose to go to Syria, despite their vastly more comfortable lives in Europe. But why does “Islamic State” attract so many Europeans? Radicalization expert Maarten van de Donk explains.
Over 1.8 million German vacationers took a trip on a cruise liner last year – more than from any other nation in Europe. Britain and Ireland combined were a close second.
The UK referendum on whether to stay in the EU will have an impact far beyond Europe. Africans are also watching closely – and have to prepare to deal with the vote’s consequences for themselves as well.
Chinese appliance firm Midea has announced it has launched a cash offer for a stake of 30 percent in German industrial robotics supplier Kuka. The takeover bid has stoked controversy in Germany and Europe.
NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg has warned that Russia is trying to “build a sphere of influence through military means.” His comments come a day after the alliance deployed four battalions in eastern Europe.
NATO has started a military build-up in Eastern Europe aimed at deterring Russia. The troops pose no threat to Moscow, but they are a reassurance for the Baltic region. DW’s Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
As part of his Europe-Russia tour, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on May 6. The two are expected to address the territorial row besetting the bilateral ties. Martin Fritz reports.
There is growing concern in Europe about the prospect of suspected war criminals from Syria entering the asylum system. Tom Rollins reports on the case of one man who says he’s been unfairly targeted.
Egyptian automotive dealers sold 300 Kia Picanto models worth approximately EGP 33m in January and February, a 26% in a year over year comparison when 407 car were sold
The 14 tried to illegally migrate to Italy after paying two individuals EGP 30,000
European Union research has confirmed what has been wreaking havoc on olive trees in Italy and France – and points to a possible solution.
Across Europe famous landmarks are lighting up the night sky in a display of solidarity with the residents in Brussels. The illumination of the Belgian flag in Paris, Berlin and Rome is a display of unity against terror.
Muslims in Europe are always charged with every terrorist incident occurring in Europe, even before conducting any investigation. As I wrote before: “You are paying the price for our politicians’ errors”. My first point is, a terrorism tree grows only in a forest of extremism. Those who fight terrorism, excluding extremism, will lose both battles. …
The EU and Turkey have sealed a deal to end the migrant flow. Turkey has agreed to take back all illegal migrants in Europe, and the EU has made membership concessions to Turkey. Andrea Rönsberg reports from Brussels.
Ahead of the EU-Turkey summit, Angela Merkel continues to aim for a pan-European solution to the refugee crisis. Some eastern EU states reject the agreement. They do not want to accept any refugees at all.
This major German book fair also claims to be the largest reading festival in Europe. An important award ceremony kicks off the event on March 16, before it opens its doors to the public over four days.
These certificates are similar to the ‘Belady’ dollar certificates that the three banks offered at the beginning of March.
EFG Hermes aims to support the company’s growth in light of the government’s commitment to supporting this vital sector, Awad said
For our Europe correspondent Bernd Riegert, 2015 was the year of the “super crisis.” As he reports, he was shaken by visits to refugee camps, a lack of solidarity among EU members and poor crisis management.
Ten years after the last large-scale attacks in London, Europe experienced a bad year of terrorism in 2015. Hundreds died, including many French, Turks and Russians. “War” against “Islamic State” has been the result.
The EU Commission has recommended visa-free travel for the citizens of Georgia and Ukraine. But the abolition of visa requirements does not mean immediate unlimited travel.