Recently, Europe’s attitude toward the US has further sparked discussions on the decline of US influence.
Even though there’s little talk of Fridays for Future anymore, Green parties and policies are finally getting closer to government across Europe.
Departing from Nanchang, the capital of China’s Jiangxi province, a cargo train loaded with medical materials against COVID-19 arrived in Paris.
Europe’s most powerful countries urged the European Union to better prepare for the next pandemic after chaotic responses to the coronavirus, as Moscow emerged from lockdown despite Russia still being in the grip of a surging epidemic.
Even as Europe is fighting to bring COVID-19 under control at home, it is also playing a leading role in building global solidarity.
The huge uncertainties brought by the pandemic will lead to reduced investment and demand for durable consumer items.
Swathes of Europe began the long process of re-opening from coronavirus lockdowns on Monday. As Britain plotted a path to normality, France and Spain basked in relaxation of restrictions.
Bundesliga will be the first major European league to return to action next week.
Germany’s top court will rule on mass bond-buying by the European Central Bank, a tool the Frankfurt institution has deployed like never before to cushion the impact of the Coronavirus.
Europe prepares for a further cautious easing of coronavirus restrictions.
The United States reports its millionth coronavirus case.
Coronavirus deaths surged past 100,000 in hardest-hit Europe on Saturday as hundreds of Americans frustrated by lockdown orders and egged on by President Donald Trump staged protests in several US cities.
Covid-19 death toll shot past 20,000 in EU and Trump refuses to quarantine New York.
The rising number of victims in the COVID-19 pandemic is shocking Europe, much as the Lisbon earthquake did 265 years ago.
Run for your lives – that seemed to be European governments’ motto at the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis.
As the virus continues to infect ever more people, scientists are starting to expect a global outbreak. This will mean each and everyone one of us doing our utmost to prevent infections.
Pompeo’s reply to German President’s opening speech showed that Europe – or at least Berlin and, even more so, Paris – is further away from Washington than ever.
Hundreds of flights and train services were cancelled across northwest Europe on Monday as Storm Ciara swept in packing powerful winds after lashing Britain and Ireland, where tens of thousands of homes were left without power.
Because the EU must rely on building an internal consensus among member states, its action is more effective when it employs economic rather than political or even military power.
Hun Sen to visit Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria to sign bilateral cooperation documents.
Forecast: By 2030, Europe’s vehicle inventory of 280 million expected to drop to 200 million, China’s to grow by 50%
Germany first attacked Poland 80 years ago. A long time has passed since that day, the outbreak of World War II, yet the many consequences of that global conflict for so many people makes it feel as if it only just came to an end.
Europeans are living in a time of great uncertainty filled with both enormous opportunities and profound risks for the future of the common European project.
Five of the IMF’s 11 leaders have been French nationals.
Workers in Europe had to adapt to high temperatures in recent days. But the impact of heat stress on people and the global economy by the year 2030 will be severe, according to the UN. The world’s poorest will be worst affected.
The original intention of the US might lie in containing China’s further development through decoupling from China.
German airline group Lufthansa says it has revised lower its 2019 outlook due to intense competition from low-cost carriers.
Two generators from Europe to help Cambodia deal with the power crisis, PM says.
Philips said it expects sales to accelerate in coming months.
Notre Dame is more than just a cathedral. That’s why we should welcome, rather than criticize, the donors pledging vast sums to help rebuild this unique edifice, writes DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl.