Police target 'Ndrangheta mafia in raids across Europe
Police in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium have arrested several members of the Calabrian mafia. The 'Ndrangheta is heavily involved in Europe's cocaine trade.
Germany's refugee row: Can Merkel survive?
Chancellor Merkel has her back to the wall as tensions mount in Germany’s refugee row. The question is: Can she come up with a solution to prevent her government from being blown apart? Guests: Pascal Thibaut (RFI), Alan Posener (Die Welt), Anna Sauerbrey (Der Tagesspiegel)
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.
German clothing discounter KiK on trial for Pakistan factory fire
In 2012, more than 250 people died in the fire that engulfed the factory of KiK's supplier in Pakistan. Should KiK be responsible for working conditions in its supplier company? A court in Germany is set to decide.
Uber bets on Japan, Germany and Argentina ahead of its IPO
Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on Uber Technologies Inc.'s global expansion plans ahead of its initial public offering.
France, Germany said to warn EU not to let U.K. claim victory
Germany and France have privately warned the European Union to do more to prevent the U.K. from being able to claim victory in Brexit talks, according to EU diplomats. They have expressed fears the bloc is giving too much away in the charge to get a deal.
Israel honors individuals who helped Jews in Third Reich
Israel’s ambassador to Germany presented awards to Germans who risked their lives to help Jews in the Third Reich. Their actions made the difference between life and death for many people.
Debate about abortion in Germany reignited
Although abortions are illegal, in practice they are not being punished. But in Bavaria, Germany, fewer doctors and hospitals are willing to carry out the procedure.