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Mayor impact: Brexit felt in rural Germany as village loses its chief
Europe has not felt the full impact of Brexit yet. But one corner of rural Germany is feeling its effects already.
Denmark marks 100 years since the vote to reunify the country
The region of Schleswig voted 100 years ago on whether to remain with Germany or join Denmark, which ultimately led to a split.
Germany far-right crisis: what's next after Thuringia governor quits?
Even if it was short-lived, the election of a governor with far-right votes is likely to have a longlasting impact in Germany.
'I didn't even get to kiss my mum': Auschwitz prisoner tells his harrowing story of survival
Stories of survivors are the most powerful part of the Auschwitz commemorations. Some have told their stories for years and others are only just beginning to share. One survivor recounts how love might have kept him alive.
Locals still searching for answers over Jewish cemetery attack
'We don't know why they attack (the graves), they are dead,' said one local in the community near Strasbourg.
London rolls out live facial recognition as EU considers ban
The Metropolitan Police say the technology will help them combat "serious crime" but opponents argue it will be in violation of human rights.
EU will attempt to force arms embargo as Libya effort refocuses
The EU wants to be part of that process and might be ready for some sort of military mission to monitor the agreement, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
'Disgusting': Attack on office of Africa-born MP in Germany is slammed
Bullet holes have been discovered at the office of high-profile Bundestag politician.
Analysis: Iran nuclear deal on the brink
With Iran diplomacy in limbo, the nuclear agreement seems at the brink of falling apart. Yet, the European guarantors of the deal, France, Germany and the UK, triggered the mediation mechanism in a last-ditch effort to save what was praised as one of the biggest diplomatic achievements of our time.
Merkel and Putin: We'll fight to save Iran nuclear deal
Putin said he expected the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to ship Russian gas to Germany to be finished by the end of 2021 despite delays caused by US sanctions.
2019 Year in Review: Elections, elections, elections
From Spain's double take, to Britain's last minute entry - 2019 was a year of elections. We take a look back at the political upheaval of the past 365 days in Europe.
Germany puts up fences at Polish border to contain swine fever spread
In an attempt to prevent an outbreak of swine fever, Germany is putting up electric fences to stop wild boars from crossing its border with Poland.
One dead and 25 injured in German residential building explosion
Police recovered gas canisters and World War I ammunition from one of the flats.
German publisher apologises for domestic violence horoscope 'error'
The German publisher Bauer Verlag has apologised for a horoscope published in Tina magazine, which announced possible domestic violence to the reader.
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Fears over 5G: Merkel sounds warnings over Huawei spying claims
She said Europe needs to work together to address national security concerns over 5G networks.
Convicted murderer wins case for internet search anonymity
A convicted murderer in Germany has won a case for his right to be forgotten in searches on the internet.
Pensioner loses €20,000 after driving off with banknotes on car roof
Police in Germany are appealing for honesty if anyone finds the €20,000 in banknotes, which were lost after being left on a car roof before the driver pulled away.
German newspaper to investigate owner over past as Stasi informant
Under the code name "Peter Bernstein", Holger Friedrich reported on fellow soldiers during military service for the National People's Army.
Watch back: France marks 101st anniversary of WWI armistice signing
French President Emmanuel Macron marked the 101st anniversary of the end of World War I.
New walls in Europe - a big business
The Berlin Wall fell, but, especially since 2015, many different kinds of walls are constructed in EU to keep refugees and migrants out of Europe, and it's turning a profit.
Meet the flying taxi that could revolutionise how we move around
Meet the flying taxi that could revolutionise how we move around.
Watch: Augmented reality keeps Berlin Wall memories alive
The MauAr app shows how the Wall changed and grew over the years and what life was like beside it.
Watch: German pupils discover Berlin Wall by bike
School pupils from western Germany have been discovering the Berlin Wall on a cycling tour. Their route took them through areas where prior to 1989 they would have been shot on sight.
Far-right AfD beats Merkel's party in regional election
The incumbent far-left Die Linke party won in Thuringia's state election, according to exit polls, while the AfD came ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives.
At the frontline of an Extinction Rebellion climate protest in Berlin
Euronews embeds with the group at a planned civil disobedience mission called “Rebels Ark” which blocked the city’s Grosser Stern – a huge five-lane roundabout linking north to south and east to west.
Shooting which killed two in Germany was 'anti-Semitic attack'
Two people were killed and several injured in a shooting in the eastern German city on Wednesday, which including the targeting of a synagogue.