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World  /  Published 01.08.22

Young Germans avoid home

More than 30% of Germans aged 15 to 24 were no longer living with their parents or guardians in 2021, according to data published Monday by Germany's Federal Office for Statistics, Destatis. That...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 31.07.22

Racism: EU fallout grows

Days after Hungary's Viktor Orban decried a "mixed-race" world, EU parliament leaders issued a strong rebuke. Leaders of the European Parliament's main parties on Saturday condemned...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 30.07.22

Eurostat: inflation hits record high

Inflation in the eurozone soared 8.9% in July, setting another record increase for the 19 members of the European Union using the common currency. Last month, inflation was set at 8.6%, but the EU...
By Deutsche Welle

Business  /  Published 29.07.22

Borrell's defence

The European Union's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, on Friday hit back at criticism of the bloc's energy policy, telling DW that EU states have cut their imports of Russian gas by 50% si...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 27.07.22

EU to cut natural gas use

Russia will opt out of the International Space Station after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost, the country’s newly appointed space chief said on Tuesday. Yuri Borisov, who was...
By Matina Stevis-Gridneff, Monika Pronczuk in Brussels

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World  /  Published 26.07.22

EU reaches deal to ration gas

European Union governments agreed on Tuesday to ration natural gas this winter to protect themselves against any further supply cuts by Russia as Moscow pursues its invasion of Ukraine. EU energy min...
By Our Bureau, PTI in Brussels

Business  /  Published 19.07.22

Russia faces more sanctions

European Union foreign ministers are zooming in Monday on tightening the extensive package of sanctions on Russia and looking at ways to add a ban on gold exports in hopes that the measures might fina...
By AP, Reuters in Brussels

Business  /  Published 15.07.22

Amazon ends bias to avoid EU lash

Amazon has offered to halt online selling and marketing practices EU antitrust regulators regard as anti-competitive to try to end two investigations and avoid a possible hefty fine, ahead of EU rules...
By Reuters in Brussels

Opinion  /  Published 13.07.22

Weakening hold

The war in Ukraine, where one side is egged on by Anglo-Saxon countries and a pusillanimousEuropean Union simply falls in line behind them, is turning out to be a disastrous own goal for the Western p...
By Prabhat Patnaik

World  /  Published 12.07.22

EU okays aid

The European Union's financial assistance will come in the form of a loan. The United States has also announced an additional $1.7 billion in assistance to Ukraine. The Council of the European Un...
By Deutsche Welle


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