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Latest news from Dw.com - Europe feed

  1. Catalan police head appears in Madrid court for sedition allegations

    10.06 / 09:28 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Spain's national court has begun quizzing senior members of the Catalan police force. Later in the day, Prime Minister Rajoy will consult advisors over an impending unilateral Catalan declaration of…
  2. Russia is hacking and harassing NATO soldiers, report says

    10.06 / 05:17 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    The latest efforts by the Kremlin to disrupt NATO deployment include face-to-face harassment of soldiers using personal data. Some experts have said these tactics can easily turn…
  3. Report: Russia is hacking and harassing NATO

    10.06 / 04:10 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    The latest efforts by the Kremlin to disrupt NATO deployment include face-to-face harassment of soldiers using personal data. Some experts have said these tactics can easily turn…
  4. Macron expresses concern over growing nationalist sentiment in EU

    10.06 / 01:39 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    The French president said the European Union cannot afford to go back to days of nationalism. He called for an EU-wide strategy to stem the rise of…
  5. Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko aims to redefine eastern conflict

    10.06 / 01:39 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Ukraine is seeking to politically redefine the situation in its eastern separatist-held areas. Petro Poroshenko has put forth a bill labeling Russia an aggressor and reaffirming his commitment to the Minsk II…
  6. Spike in radioactivity measured in Germany, other European countries

    10.06 / 01:39 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    German authorities have measured an increase in radioactive material in the air. Officials say there is no risk to human health whatsoever, but are puzzling over its…
  7. Prepare for 'very hard Brexit,' German industry group warns

    10.06 / 01:39 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    The Federation of German Industries (BDI) has urged businesses in this country to draw up plans for an unregulated exit of Britain from the EU, meaning the UK leaves the bloc without a deal to shape future…
  8. Opinion: EU silence on Spain-Catalonia dispute won't help

    10.06 / 01:39 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Two stubborn forces are squaring off in Spain and Catalonia. The EU should attempt to mediate in the independence dispute, even though the legal situation seems crystal clear, says DW's Bernd…
  9. Catalan separatist movement driven by more than just economics

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Some 700,000 people took to the streets in Barcelona to protest police violence during Catalonia's referendum. Now, separatists are hoping for a declaration of independence. DW's Mariel Müller reports from …
  10. Finland wins admirers with all-inclusive approach to defense

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Finland's comprehensive approach to keeping its population safe is seen as a model for Europe. Constantly honed resilience training prepares the country's military and civilians for deep freezes or deadly…
  11. Donald Trump's threats cast shadow over Europe-Iran Forum

    10.04 / 17:27 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    EU businesses are striving to expand trade with and investment into Iran. But US policy has added uncertainty to the already complicated but potentially robust economic relationship between the European Union and…
  12. Hungary ready to fight European Commission

    10.04 / 17:27 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    No refugees, new regulations and more sovereignty? How long will Viktor Orban's government keep playing the bad boy in Brussels? Tim Sebastian meets international government spokesman Zoltan…
  13. Theresa May ignores Brexit to focus on domestic agenda

    10.04 / 17:27 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    The embattled UK prime minister’s keynote speech in Manchester was overshadowed by a coughing fit and a surprise interruption. Samira Shackle r…
  14. Italian, German police seize millions, bust Sicilian mafia ring

    10.04 / 17:27 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Police in Germany and Italy have arrested 37 people, including two members of the Italian Carabinieri, over suspected involvement in a Sicilian extortion ring. The mafia organization sold drugs, but also frozen…
  15. Russia's Putin mulls financial aid for Venezuela

    10.04 / 17:27 dw.com Dw.com - Europe
    Russia says it may restructure Venezuela's debt payments as oil continues to flow between the two allies. Embattled Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro is due to meet his Russian counterpart amid an economic crisis at…