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Uncertainty as Ashton visits Kyiv
Faulty breast implant company PIP founder Mas gets four years in jail
The founder of a now-defunct French company that used industrial-grade silicone in breast implants has been given four years in prison for fraud. Hundreds of thousands of women received the faulty implants.
Nowak: 'We have a new East-West conflict'
An OSCE meeting took place in Kyiv as Ukrainians held pro-European protests. But, the group has lost its importance, says international law expert Manfred Nowak because the West and Russia are drifting apart.
EU exports its crisis to the Balkans
The EU’s financial and economic crisis has severely affected the Western Balkans. The countries’ heavy dependence on the EU and their national deficits leave them little room to improve the situation.
Syrian refugees struggle in Turkey
Turkey expects to receive a million Syrian refugees by the end of the year. Turkish assistance is considered to be effective - but with the increasing numbers, the aid is being stretched to its limits.
Turks win perks for taking back migrants
The deal between Turkey and the European Union is nearly done and dusted: In return for taking back illegal immigrants to Europe, the EU is prepared to ease restrictions on granting visas to Turkish citizens.
Children and Families
The plight of Europe's 'euro orphans'
Millions of Eastern European children are left behind when their parents leave to work in another country. They only see their parents occasionally, or stay in touch via Skype. New EU laws could improve their plight.
EU's same-sex policy: 'It's up to the countries'
European parliamentarian Michael Cashman tells DW what the EU can do to help LGBT people against restrictive national laws. More importantly, he tells DW what it cannot do and how the EU parliament hopes to change that.
Same-sex marriage ban divides Croatia
Despite a relatively tolerant climate toward homosexuals, same-sex marriage is not recognized in Croatia. A referendum is being held on December 1 that would define marriage as being between a man and woman.
Eurosur - surveillance or protection for refugees?
The Frontex border protection agency uses high technology to coordinate activities on the EU’s external borders. But even before its launch the new Eurosur system has drawn criticism in matters of human rights.
Cameron attacks a fundamental freedom
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron wants to restrict access for immigrants to the welfare system. EU officials have harshly criticized the proposals. With his campaign, Cameron is attacking a pillar of the EU.
Is Portugal the new 'India of Europe?'
Portugal is one of the eurozone's poorest countries. But there's one bright spot: the outsourcing industry. Multinational companies are increasingly turning to Portugal as a base.
The future German government plans to revise the law on prostitution. Women’s rights activists want to legally ban the practice. France also plans to go further and impose fines on prostitutes’ customers.
Reality TV makes school more popular
A British secondary school which featured in an eight-part fly-on-the-wall documentary has seen improved behaviour and attendance rates. Cameras captured pupils and staff at the Thornhill Community Academy over weeks.