The Slovakian economy is booming. The EU member has become a flagship for international automakers. Billions of euros in aid from Brussels provided the fuel for the upswing. But the EU money […]
Erasmus brought Christina, Angela and Yuriy, as well as universities from five EU Member States, together and it changed their whole way of working.
Lukasz Wójcik shows us his home town, from the market square to the Jewish district, Kazimierz, and he explains what locals mean when they recommend Adam as a meeting place.
A Danish movement labelling itself the Friendly Neighbours is building bridges between Danes and newly arrived asylum seekers.
Austria is a country divided, at least as far as the presidential runoff goes. This is a re-run of an election held six months ago and so far the count is too […]
The European Union’s Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, has rejected accusations of anti-American bias in the EU’s tax investigations. Ms Vestager was speaking during her first trip to Washington since the ruling that […]
Does Saxony’s biggest city live up to the hype? Check-in presenter Nicole Frölich tries to find out.
At least 290 people have been killed in the earthquake that hit Italy last week. Among the dead was an eight-year-old girl who died shielding her younger sister. The four-year-old was pulled […]
Frankfurt is laying the groundwork to become Europe’s next financial capital after Britain leaves the EU. Promoters say the city combines high-tech infrastructure with low costs compared to other European financial centers.
A true capital of culture, Athens is strewn with reminders of the gifts the gods left in their wake: theatre, poetry and sculpture. Yet modern Greece has faced financial ruin, crippling austerity […]