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Fake video claims Ukrainian refugees set fire to a house in Germany
A video shared thousands of times on social media falsely accuses Ukrainian refugees for having set fire to a house in Germany while attempting to burn the Russian flag.
MEPs demand sanctions on Schröder over his ties with Russian firms
Gerhard Schröder still holds positions at Rosneft, Russia's leading oil company, and Nord Stream AG.
Kyiv slams 'second-class treatment' after Scholz dashes fast EU hopes
It comes after Scholz had said there are no shortcuts to Ukraine's EU membership bid.
German employers and unions unite to oppose EU Russian gas boycott
German bosses and unions have opposed a ban on Russian gas imports by the EU, claiming it will cause job losses and factory closures.
Alleged attack on Russian teenager is 'fake,' says German police
Police believe a woman's viral video about the alleged attack was deliberately shared to stoke hatred.
Debates and Opinion
The EU has been sleepwalking into war. Germany and France led it here
For years, the French and German governments have failed to heed warnings from states like Poland about rising Russian influence.
Storms kill four people and disrupt travel across northern Europe
Gusts of up to 152 kilometres per hour were recorded in northern Germany as Storm Ylenia swept through.
Germany and Austria eye end to most COVID rules in March
Germany saw infections caused by the highly contagious omicron variant surge later than in several other European countries.
Online hate speech probe over 'celebrating police killings' in Germany
“We will not accept people downright celebrating the cold-blooded killing of our two police colleagues and mocking the victims."
NATO 'must be prepared for failure' of Ukraine-Russia dialogue
Representatives from Moscow will be in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Ukraine at the NATO-Russia Council.
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Europe's week: Scholz inauguration and French EU presidency
Germany's first socialist-led government in 16 years finally got to work on Wednesday.
Watch: Germany's new chancellor makes first official trip to Brussels
Olaf Scholz makes his first visit to Brussels as German chancellor.
'Auf Wiedersehen Angela!' Merkel's best moments of 16 years in office
The 67-year-old hasn't disclosed any future plans but said earlier this year that she will take time to "read and sleep" and "then let's see where I show up".
What will Germany's new government mean for the EU?
Socialist Chancellor Olaf Scholz takes the reins in Berlin, meaning the bloc’s approach to some of its core issues could be about to change.
Who is Olaf Scholz and what kind of leader will he be for Germany?
He joined the Social Democrats at 17 but has been best-known for his ability to work with the CDU and Angela Merkel.
WWI was meant to be the war that ended all wars. It wasn't.
H.G. Wells predicted in 1914 that the First World War would usher in a new world order.
Bongs for beer steins? Why Germany might move to legalise cannabis
For many, big steins of beer are synonymous with Germany. But is another vice about to challenge its supremacy?
On abortion, Germany is not as liberal as you may think
Campaigners say Germany's abortion restrictions are tougher than many people think. Now, with a socially liberal coalition set to govern, there is hope laws will be relaxed.
How migration is fuelling the remarkable rise of cricket in Germany
Germany made history recently by moving a step closer to qualifying for next year's T20 World Cup.
9 EU countries say no to market reform to tackle energy crunch
Led by Germany, the nine countries argue the current energy crisis is temporary and the existing rules are the most competitive and efficient.
Youngest Afghan mayor urges end to dialogue with Taliban government
Zarifa Ghafari spoke to Euronews in Brussels about her experience fleeing Afghanistan.
Berliners back seizing housing from so-called mega landlords
In a referendum on Sunday timed to coincide with Germany's general election on Sunday, locals supported expropriation by 56% to 39%.
Locals on the deadly floods that put climate at top of election agenda
Of the 180 people that died in Germany amid record flooding in July, 133 were neighbours of the Ahr Valley.
Berlin mulls one of Europe’s most radical ripostes to gentrification
It's not just Germany's new parliament that's being decided on Sunday. In Berlin, locals will vote in a referendum on whether to expropriate so-called "mega-landlords".
Germany's energy transition is at the heart of the 2021 federal election
One of the main questions in Germany’s election battle is how the country can manage its energy transition. Major political parties back solar and wind solutions, but red tape and angry locals are slowing down change.
How does Europe's largest Afghan diaspora view the crisis back home?
Germany has more Afghans than any other country in Europe.