'Aquarius', refugees and 'Europe's soul'
As the controversy continues over Europe's divided response to the MS Aquarius, we take a look at comment in various European media about a major faultline in European politics: how to handle the refugee crisis and illegal immigration.
Klaus von Dohnányi: "Germany and France have to lead Europe"
“Europe can only survive if Germany and France take the reins together,” said SPD politician Klaus von Dohnányi during an interview with DW.
Tunisia courts European investors
Tunisia is courting European Investors; offering tax breaks to companies and labour costs which are just a fraction of what businesses would have to pay in Europe. Investment projects are now flourishing all over the country, especially in the Cap Bon region in the north.
Council of Europe members suspected of corruption
The independent external body, set-up to investigate allegations of corruption within the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), has issued its long-awaited report.
From Brazil to Canada, the new odyssey for African migrants
Canada has become the new El Dorado for many African migrants, who have seen Europe and the United States close their borders. But they face a dangerous journey across South and North America. Every year, some of them die on their way to a better life, amid widespread indifference to their plight. For five months, our reporters followed Rosette and her family from DR Congo on this long, dangerous odyssey across ten countries.
Europe has 'arsenal of weapons' to respond to Trump's tariffs - EU's Moscovici
Europe wants to avoid a trade war with the United States over its plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminium, but is preparing immediate counter-measures just in case, European Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici told BFM TV.
A from Senegal: Why risk the journey to Europe?
Why do people choose to risk the dangerous journey to Europe? For many, the lure of better opportunities and providing for their families is even stronger than their fear of death.
Migrants find conditions in Spain no better than at home
About a hundred migrants a day from north and west Africa come to Spain seeking a better life. What most find instead is not a gleaming Europe filled with riches but little work and poor living conditions.