Brussels terror attacks: 10 people to stand trial over 2016 bombings
Ten suspects will face court in the second half of next year over the 2016 Brussels terror attacks that left 32 people dead. One of the defendants was allegedly also involved in the 2015 Paris attacks.
UK issues allergy warning over Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, I have no case to answer, Maina tells Court and more
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Opposition leader Tundu Lissu leaves Tanzania
After seeking protection in the German Embassy, Lissu has left for Brussels with the help of Western diplomats. He told DW that threats against him have increased after he challenged John Magufuli for the presidency.
Meeting young Macedonians, divided over EU membership
For the past 15 years, North Macedonia has been a candidate to join the European Union. Its application has recently made sudden progress in Brussels. In this small Balkan state, which went so far as to change its name to meet European criteria, what does the young generation think of the country's EU membership bid? Our reporters went to the capital Skopje to meet young Macedonians, who are torn between hope and disillusion over the European dream.
Macron and Merkel hint at Brexit optimism as negotiators scramble for deal
The news from Brexit talks in Brussels "could be worse," German Chancellor Angela Merkel said while meeting Emmanuel Macron. The French president said he wanted to believe the deal would be approved tomorrow.
EU 'sorry' to see UK leave as leaders agree to Brexit deal
Leaders of 27 EU countries have unanimously backed the Brexit deal at the EU summit in Brussels. The next chapter in the Brexit saga will be written during a rare Saturday session of the British Parliament.
EU Commission shifts top civil servant Martin Selmayr to Vienna
Top EU civil servant Martin Selmayr is to leave Brussels to head the bloc's mission in Vienna, Austria. The German aide to outgoing EU Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker was regarded as influential but controversial.
EU penalizes Turkey over Cyprus offshore drilling
Brussels is to impose punitive measures on Ankara over its offshore gas drilling activities near Cyprus.