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June 17, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

The left-led coalition government of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras survived on June 16 a no-confidence vote brought by the conservative opposition New Democracy party after the government reached a landmark agreement with […]

Hungarian court sentences traffickers who let 71 migrants suffocate to 25 years in prison

June 14, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

A Hungarian court sentenced four human traffickers to 25 years in prison in connection with the gruesome deaths of 71 migrants found crammed inside a ...

Greece and Macedonia strike deal on name dispute

June 12, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FRYOM) on Tuesday announced an historic agreement to resolve a decades-long name dispute that h ...

Greece’s anti-Macedonia protests fuel nationalist sentiment

June 8, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

Thousands of people in Greece have taken to the streets to protest against a name change compromise with Macedonia and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. ...

  • ECJ: Same-sex spouses of EU citizens have residency rights
    June 5, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    The European Court of Justice ruled that member states cannot refuse residency to non-EU spouses of EU citizens. However, the court’s decision still allows states to decide whether to legalize […]

  • ‘2025 is ambitious for Western Balkans to join EU’
    April 17, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    Tensions in the Western Balkans can only be overcome if all countries in the region join the European Union, says enlargement chief Johannes Hahn. The EU’s door should remain open […]

  • Polls close in Montenegro presidential election
    April 15, 2018, by Deutsche Welle

    Sunday’s vote was seen as test for  long-time leader Milo Djukanovic, who favors European integration over closer ties to Montenegro’s traditional ally, Moscow. The former prime minister and his Democratic […]