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Boris Johnson and the cash-for-curtains scandal — EU planning a summer opening for foreign tourists — A grim outlook for Turkey's summer tourism industry, though — Denmark's new coronavirus pass — Germany and other EU member states send help to India — and more!
Germany's Greens ahead of Merkel's CDU/CSU in new poll — France plans museum to remember terror attacks — A scandal over a seating arrangement hits the headlines in Brussels — Spain plans trial of four-day work week — Turkey puts 108 Kurdish politicians on trial — and more!
Inside Europe

Inside Europe


Inside Europe delivers the big stories of the week: News, politics, culture and more — every week.
Inside Europe 23.04.2021

Inside Europe 23.04.2021


Is Sweden having second thoughts about its covid strategy? - The very brief rise and fall of the European Super League. - The electoral race to replace German chancellor Angela Merkel takes shape - The ‘ecological uprising’ underway in Serbia - And a special focus on meat consumption in DW’s podcast On the Green Fence
Turkey finds itself in the middle of the latest Russia-Ukraine flare-up — Who could succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor? — Bosnians protest their government's poor handling of the COVID pandemic — Britain's royal family mourns the death of Prince Philip — and more!
A Polish salt mine provides relief for post-Covid patients - The Dutch go techno to learn more about easing coronavirus restrictions - Is the EU about to reset ties with Turkey? - What kind of impact will the pandemic have on Rome’s historic centre? - Greenland’s rare-earth election - A spat between Latvia and Russia over a war memorial - Protests in France over veggie school lunches - And more…
Joy, as England emerges from a three month lockdown - Serbia wins friends by vaccinating its neighbours - Why Turkey's reliance on Chinese vaccines is proving a huge political and medical gamble - Spain to exhume thousands of civil war victims - The problems facing LGBTQ refugees in Bosnia-Herzegovina - We’ll be checking out the winner of the European Tree of the Year Award - And much more...
Angela Merkel urges vigilance after Easter U-turn — Bristol protests against proposed new UK police powers turn violent — Rights groups raise concerns about rising levels of police brutality in Greece — Cruise industry set to sail again with strict anti-COVID measures — Dumpster-diving sisters highlight Germany's food waste issue.
A murder sparks a new UK women's movement — Many European nations suspend the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine — After 10 years of conflict in Syria, refugees in Germany look to the future — Russian protest leader Alexei Navalny describes his prison conditions — Latvians debate legalizing partnerships for same-sex couples — and more!
A facemask scandal rocks Germany's conservative political establishment — Is the British monarchy living on borrowed time following Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview? — France mulls legislation to restitute stolen assets to their countries of origin — Italy fights tax evasion using a lottery with a difference — The battle to save a feminist mural in Madrid — and more!
Inside Europe 05.03.2021

Inside Europe 05.03.2021


The EU's slow vaccine rollout gets a shot in the arm — 6.3 magnitide earthquake hits central Greece — Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is found guilty of corruption — We meet a family who's moved from the UK to Germany to stay in the EU — And why elderly Italian men are enjoying the limelight — and more!
NATO awaits Joe Biden's Afghanistan plans - The EU imposes sanctions over Navalny - Will a Polish libel trial threaten future research on the Holocaust? - Some German schools reopen amid rising COVID infections - The UK's lockdown roadmap - Guilty plea in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case - A night on the town, despite lockdown, in Kyiv - Investigating iIlegal logging in Romania
Critics say proposed legislation in France will stigmatize Muslims - The UK introduces hotel quarantine for returning travelers - Change in Kosovo - The Turkish opposition politician who's set on ousting Erdogan - Coronavirus deaths in Bergamo one year on - Hungary deploys Chinese-made COVID vaccine - Improving our mental health during the lockdown
Serbia leads Europe's vaccination campaign - Dutch freeze international adoptions after abuses uncovered - The race to adapt vaccines against COVID-19 variants - The death of a baby during an immersion baptism sparks debate in Romania - Student protests pose a new threat to the Turkish president - New figures reveal the cost of coronavirus for Germany's tourism industry - And more...
The EU's vaccine fiasco - Protests continue in Poland over tighter abortion law - EU top envoy heads to Moscow after Alexei Navalny is jailed - The future of the British high street - Will Uighur refugees in Turkey be extradited to China? - Trouble brewing for Germany's beer industry - 5 years after his death, David Bowie inspires artists in Spain - Food delivery boom in Rome
A curfew sparks violent protests in the Netherlands - Vaccine delivery bottlenecks for the EU - The US and Russia agree to extend a nuclear arms reduction treaty - Crowdfunding finances new, independent radio stations in Poland - Corona and classrooms in the UK - Italy's prime minister resigns - Spain counts the cost of a devastating storm - Italy's 'Postman for Peace* - Greece and its royal past
Germany extends the COVID lockdown - Germany's governing CDU party chooses a new leader - Alexei Navalny releases 'Putin's palace' video - Brexit trade deal causes border delays and bureaucracy - The Dutch government resigns over a child benefits sandal - How COVID-19 impacts businesses in Rome - Finland plans to criminalize unsolicited sexting - Eco-tourism in Spain
The biggest mafia trial in decades gets underway in Italy - The UK'S health system on the brink of a coronavirus crisis - Ireland's mother-and-baby homes scandal explained - Injecting life into Spain's depopulated villages - Turkey and Greece address long-standing issues - Milan bans outdoor smoking in many public places - The Swiss watch industry looks to the youth to boost business
The Julian Assange verdict and the case for press freedom - Germany's lockdown tightened - Greek Orthodox Church clashes with Athens over lockdown measures - How the Eurotunnel forged links between Britain and France - Will Britain create a new trading union with Canada, Australia and New Zealand? - Biohacking rockstar Siim Land's tips on getting a fresh start for 2021 - Wine untouched by light
A special culinary tour of Europe, exploring how food can connect people and bridge cultural divides: Syrian refugees tickle taste buds in Berlin — Chinese students flock to France to cultivate their palates — We'll take a ride on Vienna's food-free underground — And we head to the cradle of wine: Europe's Georgia — and more!
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