UNHCR urges EU to stop sending migrants to Libya
The European Union has relied heavily on Libya to help stem the flow of migrants into Europe. But migrants in the failed state face increasing danger, with a rebel army marching on the capital.
EU Elections: Why they matter to Africa
What challenges will the European Union face together with its African partners during the next legislative period? In the light of the migration crisis, Europe has a growing interest in fostering stability and creating opportunities in Africa itself. Do free trade agreements provide solutions that are fair to both sides?
European Parliament to vote on controversial copyright reform
Will the reform of European Union copyright law herald the downfall of the digital era as we know it, or is it merely a matter of compensating artists? The European Parliament is set to vote on the landmark dispute.
Widespread torture and rape documented in Libya's refugee camps
An increasing number of refugees are being tortured and raped in Libya, a new study has found. The perpetrators, motivated by greed, sadism and the desire for power, include local European Union partners.
Google fined $1.7 Billion in Vestager's Last Antitrust case
European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager speaks at a news conference in Brussels about the decision to fine Alphabet Inc.’s Google a bigger-than-expected 1.49 billion euros ($1.7 billion) for thwarting advertising rivals in what is likely third and final attack on the U.S. tech giant.
Spotify antitrust complaint against Apple has some weight, Roger McNamee says
Spotify Technology SA said Apple Inc. should be probed by the European Union’s antitrust agency over how it allegedly squeezes rival music streaming services.
Opinion: Emmanuel Macron takes the EU bull by the horns
In a slow European Union election campaign, France's president has taken the initiative by calling for sweeping reforms to the bloc. A fresh burst of energy is just what the EU needs, writes DW's Bernd Riegert.
Lord Mayor of London Estlin on Brexit talks, U.K.-Asia collaborations
Peter Estlin, Lord Mayor of the City of London, talks about the Brexit negotiations, and the collaborations between the U.K. and Asian nations. European Union derivatives traders will still be able to settle trillions of dollars of trades in London, even if the U.K.
U.K.'s May tries to buy more time for Brexit deal
Michel Barnier, the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, stated that the EU will not re-open the Brexit withdrawal agreement.
Brexit: UK parliament sends Theresa May back to Brussels — how it happened
British lawmakers have told Theresa May to reopen negotiations on a controversial provision within her Brexit withdrawal deal. The European Union says it's not interested in fresh talks. Read the latest here.