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FMs split over EU West Balkan Strategy
The EU's foreign ministers are divided over the timetable for Brussels' plan to bring six West Balkan states into the Union.
Julian Assange, Trump's parade plan and a new government for Germany
It's all in this week's State of the Union with Stefan Grobe
Germany and France will ensure Europe's stability - Tusk
The head of the EU Council has visited Angela Merkel to congratulate her on forming a governing coalition.
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State of the Union: Merkel's better week
This is State of the Union, euronews' weekly roundup of the big stories and the big issues facing the EU-28 over the past seven days.
SPD base could veto German coalition
Germany is inching closer toward forming a new government. The Social Democrats led by Martin Schulz narrowly voted on Sunday to start talks with Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats. If talks go well, Merkel could begin her fourth term as Chancellor by April.
Brief: Germany's grand coalition and Palestine's big ask
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
Brief from Brussels: EU at heart of German talks, Farage meets Barnier
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU said to be “fundamental” to Germany coalition talks; and Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage meets
Europe 'fundamental' in Germany's coalition talks
Europe finds itself at the heart of negotiations to form next government
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State of the Union: German coalition talks collapse
This is State of the Union, euronews’ weekly roundup of European affairs. In this edition: German coalition talks collapse, the Butcher of Bosnia
German political crisis: a cause for concern, or an opportunity for Europe?
Germany's political situation has worried some European leaders, but should it be seen as an opportunity, rather than a cause for concern?
The Brief: Schaueble says 'Auf Wiedersehen' to Eurogroup
German Finance minister bids farewell to his EU colleagues
Poverty in the EU
Europe’s economic downturn seems to be behind us.
Europe's working poor: is flexibility the answer?
Sophie Claudet: Germany is not the only country in Europe to promote flexibility on its labour market.
Germany's "working poor": employed but still in poverty
Germany’s economy is booming.
Kohl's death 'hurts deeply' - EU leaders pay tribute
EU leaders have paid tribute to former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who has died at the age of 87.
East .v. West: Future of EU 'posted workers' stirs debate
Germany and France want controversial EU reforms over the future of posted workers to go further and deeper.
Talking tactics - eurozone shake-up plan
The Brussels Economic Forum brought together hundreds of business leaders to discuss how to avoid crises in the euro zone.
The Brief From Brussels: US, Germany ties under strain after Trump tweets
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of today’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
What will the new Franco-German relationship look like?
The director of the Centre for European Policy Studies comments on new Franco-German relations
Germany stands-up for EU 'precious legacy'
In the face of rising populism and nationalism, Germany’s newly-elected Federal President has delivered a message of defiance in the European Parliament.
MEPs scold EU governments on car emissions
A group of MEPs have accused EU governments of delayed stricter car engine emissions tests and failing to check up on cheating vehicle manufacturers.
Schulz eyes bid to become German Chancellor
Former European parliament president Martin Schulz looks set to be the Social Democrat candidate for German Chancellor.
Euronews meets some of our refugee friends one year after fleeing war
Euronews Insiders visits people we met a year ago: a Syrian family now living in Germany, and an Iraqi man who fled Iraq for Sweden. Let's see how their lives have changed.
Two years on: young refugee family secure German future after fleeing Syrian conflict
Kawa and Emina fled their home-town of Kobane when ISIL captured hundreds of Kurdish villages in northern Syria.
Merkel is 'problematic' - EU politicians react to fourth Chancellor bid
Candidate for a fourth term, German Chancellor Angela Merkel could confirm her status as the most influential leader of the European Union again next year.
The Brief from Brussels: Obama, Merkel fire warning shot to Trump
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.