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August 17, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

International aid organizations have reported that Croatian police are using violence to push refugees back into neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina. Croatian authorities deny the accusations. A middle-aged man steps out of a […]

Opinion: The Erdogan-Trump rivalry turns dangerous

August 16, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Turkey is a country in crisis, the Lira’s freefall being a case in point. President Erdogan needs to tackle this, but a diplomatic row with the ...

Why are police clashing with expats in Romania?

August 13, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

A crowd of up to 100,000 gathered before the seat of Romanian government in Bucharest on Friday to protest government corruption and demand early elec ...

Serbs and Croats still segregated in Vukovar’s schools

August 8, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Kristina Islentieva and Filip Rutko attend the same school. They have the same teachers. Yet they live in different worlds. They barely know each othe ...

  • EU confronts member states issuing citizenship for money
    August 7, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    The European Commission is calling on EU countries to be more cautious when granting citizenships, according to an interview with Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova published in the German daily Die Welt on […]

  • EU-Japan free trade agreement defies protectionism
    July 17, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    The European Union and Japan have signed a trade deal that promises to eliminate 99 percent of tariffs that cost businesses in the EU and Japan nearly one billion euro […]