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May 11, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

Non-EU citizens have a possibility to stay in the bloc if their children are EU nationals, the EU’s top court has ruled. However, parents would first need to prove that […]

Opinion: Skopje violence the result of planned destabilization

April 29, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

The outbreak of violence in Skopje is hardly surprising. The attack on the Macedonian parliament is the result of a long-planned attempt to destroy de ...

Serbia’s conservative Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic wins presidential election: projection

April 3, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

Serbia Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic looked set to sweep a first round presidential election on Sunday, coming in with 56 percent of votes, accordin ...

Police remove barricades at Turkish-Bulgarian border

March 24, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

Amid growing tension between Sofia and Ankara, Bulgarian police on Friday removed barricades protesters had erected at at least two border crossings w ...

  • Ukraine bars Russia entry from Eurovision Song Contest 2017
    March 22, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    Ukraine has barred Russia’s Eurovision contestant from entering the country because she previously performed in Crimea. Relations between the neighbors have deteriorated since Moscow’s 2014 annexation of the territory. Ukraine&# ...

  • EU court allows headscarf constraints at workplace
    March 14, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    Private firms are justified on certain grounds to bar a female employee from wearing a headscarf or veil, according to the European Court of Justice. The top court was ruling […]

  • Tusk re-elected, but will anyone lead on migration?
    March 9, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    Will eastern Europeans get funds clipped for lack of solidarity in migration? The spring EU summit appears more concerned with keeping new arrivals out than managing current overload or heavy-handed […]

  • Reactions to the ECJ decision on asylum law in EU
    March 7, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    Uproar has greeted the European Court of Justice’s decision on asylum law in Europe. Last year, more than 5,000 people drowned in the Mediterranean en route to Europe. The decision […]

  • The dispute between Poland and the EU continues
    March 1, 2017, by Deutsche Welle

    There is no end in sight to the ongoing dispute between the European Commission and the Polish government over the rule of law. “The mood is very heated,” said an […]