Turkey says its military forces have crossed into Syria's Kurdish enclave of Afrin. Ankara began an air assault to take the area, held by the US-backed Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), on Saturday.
Up to 100,000 people have taken to the streets in Romania to support the independence of justice — against the ruling Social Democrats. Some marched 450 kilometers in protest. Cristian Stefanescu reports from Bucharest.
Tens of thousands of Romanians have taken to the streets in protest against legislation they believe would make it even harder to fight high-level corruption. A very short honeymoon, then, for new PM Viorica Dancila.
Pawel Pieniazek always detested war. And yet, he became a war correspondent. Going about his job, he realizes just how divided Europe's media landscape is.
Bocuse was a larger-than-life figure who was known as "Monsieur Paul" and dubbed the Pope of French cuisine. He was instrumental in the revolution of French gastronomy in the 1970s that turned towards healthier eating.
Mary Lou McDonald has been confirmed as the only candidate to succeed Gerry Adams as the leader of Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein. McDonald will be formally elected at a special party conference next month.
Eleven people have been killed and at least 44 others injured when an intercity bus crashed in Eskisehir, a province in northwestern Turkey. Eskisehir's governor said the precise cause of the crash is still unknown.
Police in Russia searching for a weapons cache in St. Petersburg have encountered a crocodile living in a basement. A neighbor said the now rather large reptile was small when it first moved in.
France is advancing with plans to close its Fessenheim nuclear power plant on the border with Germany. The French environment minister said concerns about job losses can be addressed through opportunities in Germany.
The US has classified China and Russia as its main military competitors in a strategy document. Moscow has dismissed Washington's defense policy as "imperialist," while China said it represented a "Cold War mentality."
In Italy, Berlusconi's conservative coalition has announced plans to slash taxes and drop an overhaul of the pension system. The ex-premier's bloc is leading in the polls ahead of elections in March.
After 50 years of resistance, the French government has abandoned its plans to build a new airport in western France. DW discussed the recently announced decision with an activist at the squatted site.
The British Foreign Secretary has floated the idea of building a giant bridge between France and Britain after Brexit. French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire said the plan should at least be considered.
The Trump presidency has shaken, but not broken the foundations of trans-Atlantic ties. Europe has found a way — for now — to deal with his idiosyncrasies, as Teri Schultz reports from Brussels.
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A Pegasus Airlines flight skidded off the runway after landing at Trabzon airport, hanging off a cliff with its nose just several meters from the Black Sea. All 168 passengers and flight crew left the plane uninjured.
The capital of the Republic of Macedonia is one of the most polluted cities in the world. Macedonian authorities have taken emergency measures to fight high air pollution levels in Skopje - with little to no effect.
Hungary's right-wing prime minister has been one of Europe's leading voices against migration into the EU. Unafraid of controversy, he has described migration as an "invasion" and migrants as a "poison."
The only road link to the Austrian town of Vals was buried under 50 meters of rubble.
Dozens of people have been injured in two separate rail accidents in Europe. Two trains collided in Austria and derailed while a commuter train in Madrid slammed into a train station track buffer.
British secretary Damian Green resigned after an inquiry found he made misleading statements about pornographic images found on a computer in his office. He's not the only one to leave Prime Minister May's government.
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