Twitter and Facebook under scrutiny in Europe ahead of EU vote
Bloomberg's Sarah Frier reports on the increased scrutiny of social media in Europe ahead of the European Union elections.
Huawei under fire from European forces
Tech giant Huawei faced unfriendly fire on Tuesday from multiple powers across Europe - each weighing new restraints against the company following allegations it cooperated with Chinese spies.
Zimbabwe president pledges probe into protest crackdown
Unrest over a sharp increase in fuel prices had got so bad that Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa cut short an investment-seeking trip to Europe. He promised to investigate "unacceptable" violence by security forces.
EU strikes deal to slash emissions for new cars
The compromise was slightly lower than the 40 percent cut pursued by the EU parliament. Germany's auto industry has warned that the move could damage Europe's standing in the auto market and endanger jobs.
A pact under pressure: Second thoughts in Europe over UN migration accord
A pact under pressure: Second thoughts in Europe over UN migration accord.
May faces decision day on whether to delay ill-fated Brexit vote
Simon Lewis, chief executive of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe, and William Hobbs, head of investment strategy at Barclays Investment Solutions, discuss the outlook for the parliamentary vote on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.
What is sport doing to combat homophobia?
Two recent reports suggest homophobia remains a major issue in sport, both in Germany and across Europe. But is that always the case? And what is being done about it? DW takes a look at the state of play.
Berlin fans weigh in on what makes BTS so special
The South Korean boy band BTS, also known as the Bantan Boys, is touring Europe. Needless to say, the band's Berlin concerts sold out within minutes. Fans in the German capital explain just what it is that makes the band so special to them.