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MH17 bodies out of rebel area
20:09 22.07.14
A train carrying the remains of most of the victims of the MH17 plane crash arrives in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, out of rebel-held territory.

UN chief: 'Start talking' over Gaza
20:22 22.07.14
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon pushes for an end to the Gaza conflict with a call in Israel for both sides to "start talking".

US court deals setback to Obamacare
20:08 22.07.14
A US appeals court strikes a blow to the president's signature healthcare law but hours later another court upholds the law, on the same issue of patients' subsidies.

'Foreigners' killed in Kabul attack
11:50 22.07.14
A suicide bomber outside Kabul airport kills at least one Afghan and at least three foreign security guards, officials say.

Iraq conflict breeds cyber-civil war
14:32 22.07.14
A cyber-war is being waged alongside the conflict involving Isis in Iraq, suggests research by security firms.

Joko Widodo wins Indonesia poll
17:41 22.07.14
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.

Human body parts dumped in Tanzania
15:09 22.07.14
Eight people from a Tanzanian medical institute are arrested after 85 bags containing human body parts are found in the city of Dar es Salaam.

Attack on Congo barracks 'repulsed'
18:20 22.07.14
An attack on the military barracks of the presidential guards in Kinshasa has been repulsed, the DR Congo government says.

Turkish police held in wiretap probe
15:13 22.07.14
At least 67 Turkish police are arrested on suspicion of wire-tapping linked to a corruption inquiry targeting the prime minister's inner circle.

Nigerian leader vows to free girls
20:08 22.07.14
Nigeria's president tells parents of the girls abducted by militant Islamists that the government is doing everything to secure their release.

Saudi market to open to foreigners
20:01 22.07.14
Saudi Arabia's stock market is to open up to foreign investors for the first time, the country announces.

Real Madrid seal£71m Rodriguez deal
16:47 22.07.14
Real Madrid sign World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from Monaco for a fee that could rise to£71m.

Kepler sees world with distant orbit
14:04 22.07.14
The Kepler Space Telescope has spotted a distant world with the longest year of any planet in the mission's inventory.

US halts all flights into Israel
20:21 22.07.14
The US Federal Aviation Administration suspends all flights into Israel's Ben Gurion airport for 24 hours after Israeli police confirmed that a rocket landed near the airport.

Texas deploys troops to US border
05:09 22.07.14
Texas Governor Rick Perry orders 1,000 troops to the US border with Mexico, saying the federal government had failed to secure it.

China signs Venezuela oil deal
03:44 22.07.14
Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed an oil deal with Venezuela, as part of a four-day tour of Latin America.

Mexico children's home owner freed
04:05 21.07.14
The owner of a children's home in the Mexican city of Zamora at the heart of an abuse scandal has been released by police.

'Exciting' drug flushes out HIV
07:31 22.07.14
Scientists say they have made an "exciting" step towards curing HIV by forcing the virus out of its hiding places in the body.

Call to end FGM 'in this generation'
19:25 22.07.14
David Cameron has said female genital mutilation (FGM) and childhood forced marriage should be stopped worldwide "within this generation".

Ukraine rebels give up 'black boxes'
09:44 22.07.14
Rebels in eastern Ukraine have handed over two flight-data recorders from the downed MH17 plane to Malaysian officials.

Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe in ODI
18:21 22.07.14
Afghanistan cause a shock by beating Zimbabwe, only their second victory over a Test-playing nation, in a one-day international.

EU to widen Russia sanctions
20:00 22.07.14
The EU will widen sanctions against Russia to include more individuals and consider targeting the defence sector, the Dutch foreign minister says.

Children dead in French bus crash
19:30 22.07.14
Five children and an adult are killed in a minibus crash near the French city of Troyes, south-east of Paris, officials say.

Iraq monastery 'seized by militants'
18:25 21.07.14
Islamist militants who control the Iraqi city of Mosul are reported to have seized a nearby ancient monastery and ordered the monks to leave.

France condemns 'anti-Semitic' riot
16:17 21.07.14
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls attacks "anti-Semitic" violence that broke out during a protest against Israel's action in Gaza.

UK experts to retrieve MH17 data
20:23 22.07.14
British air accident investigators will retrieve data from the black boxes of crashed flight MH17, says Prime Minister David Cameron.

Poisoned spy death inquiry announced
19:20 22.07.14
The government announces a public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko, the former KGB officer poisoned with radioactive polonium in London.

Yahoo buys app analytics firm Flurry
04:03 22.07.14
Yahoo acquires an app analytics firm, Flurry, in an attempt to help boost its advertising revenue from smartphones.

Credit Suisse posts quarterly loss
09:12 22.07.14
Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse reports its biggest quarterly loss in almost six years after being hit by its settlement with US authorities over tax evasion charges.

Shipment warning hits Harley-Davidson
19:01 22.07.14
Shares in Harley-Davidson fall more than 6% after the motorbike maker says it will ship fewer bikes this year than previously forecast.

Boxer Evans out of Glasgow Games
18:51 22.07.14
Gold medal hope Fred Evans is out of Glasgow 2014 as Team Wales suffer yet another major setback in the build-up.

Buttler replaces Prior for England
18:52 22.07.14
Jos Buttler replaces Matt Prior as wicketkeeper in the England squad for the third Test against India at the Rose Bowl.

Chambers pulls out of Commonwealths
18:14 22.07.14
British 100m champion Dwain Chambers withdraws from the Commonwealth Games to focus on the European Championships in Zurich.

Reporter 'made error' at crash site
13:44 22.07.14
Sky News reporter Colin Brazier admits he was wrong to handle victims' belongings at the MH17 crash site in Ukraine.

British films to premiere at Toronto
20:07 22.07.14
A trio of major British films are to receive their world premieres at this year's Toronto Film Festival, including Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything.

YouTube star sued over copyright
15:58 22.07.14
The entrepreneur is being taken to court for alleged copyright infringement by a record label whose own artist Kaskade has come forward to defend her.

VIDEO: Joko Widodo wins Indonesia election
18:53 22.07.14
Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo has been declared the winner of Indonesia's hotly-contested presidential election.

VIDEO: 'Scenes of devastation' in Gaza City
19:30 22.07.14
The BBC's Paul Adams reports from Gaza City where rescue workers try to retrieve bodies from buildings brought down by missile strikes.

VIDEO: Plane debris 'may have been changed'
14:35 22.07.14
OSCE monitors at the site of the MH17 crash say that pieces of the plane have been cut into or changed - Natalia Antelava reports from the scene.

VIDEO: Floral tributes for MH17 victims
18:57 22.07.14
Hundreds of flowers have been laid outside Schiphol airport in Amsterdam in remembrance of the victims of the Malaysian airliner which crashed in Ukraine.

VIDEO: 'I was forced to marry a stranger'
09:22 22.07.14
BBC News hears from a 17-year-old in Zambia who was forced into marriage against her will.

VIDEO: MH17 bodies in Ukrainian territory
16:55 22.07.14
A train carrying victims of the MH17 crash has arrived in the city of Kharkiv. Meanwhile there are claims the plane wreckage has been interfered with.

VIDEO: Indonesia's cheap fuel challenge
12:02 22.07.14
Indonesia's next president faces challenges including cutting the country's controversial fuel subsidies.

VIDEO: Drones homing in on wildlife poachers
19:34 21.07.14
Civilian drones are being tested across Africa's game reserves in a hi-tech battle with poachers threatening the continent's wildlife tourism industry.

The children left behind in hot cars
02:23 22.07.14
Why so many children die in hot cars

Day in pictures: 22 July 2014
14:44 22.07.14
A selection of striking images from around the world

Has the US finally fallen in love with soccer?
12:12 22.07.14
Has the US finally fallen in love with the beautiful game?

The Zambian children forced to marry
02:18 22.07.14
Zambian child bride tells of being forced to marry a stranger

Germany and Russia's contradictory relationship
17:13 22.07.14
Why sanctions on Russia are hard for Germany

In pictures: One man's HIV campaign
04:04 22.07.14
An Indonesian prisoner's campaign against HIV

The 90-year-old sex guru
02:07 22.07.14
The wisecracking 90-year-old whose agony column is a cult hit

The EU's nuclear links with Russia
02:01 22.07.14
The EU's dependence on Russian-designed power plants

VIDEO: Graffiti revitalises Miami neighbourhood
02:01 22.07.14
How street art gave a Miami neighbourhood new life

Can drones tackle wildlife poaching?
01:43 22.07.14
How drones may be used to fight wildlife poaching in Africa

Bobbi Brown's billion dollar idea
22:39 15.07.14
When Bobbi Brown introduced her eponymous lipstick line to Bergdorf Goodman back in 1991, she never expected all 10 pinky-brown shades to fly off the shelves in just one day.

'Queen' of Macau's gambling empire
12:15 15.07.14
The 'queen' of Macau's gambling empire is about to unveil a new palace.

The dress that launched an empire
16:56 08.07.14
When Diane von Furstenberg first unveiled her wrap dress back in 1974, she never expected the DVF brand and dress to reach such iconic status in the world of fashion.

Breeding kamikaze mosquitoes
20:58 17.07.14
The Aedes Aegypti mosquito is just two to three millimeters long but its impact is devastating. Of the thousands of mosquito species, this one bears primary responsibility for one of the world's deadliest and fastest growing diseases.

Incredible tech inspired by biology
20:58 17.07.14
When the body comes under attack by flu, dendritic cells rush to the site of infection and identify the alien forms attacking it. Millions raise the alarm and the immune system is fired into action.

A house made of sand and bacteria
20:58 17.07.14
Peter Trimble found his formula through trial and error. A design student at the University of Edinburgh, he was aiming to produce an artistic exhibition for a module on sustainability, when he stumbled on "Dupe," a living alternative to concrete.

Solar flares light up sky
11:53 21.07.14
A solar flare creates a beautiful display of movement in space and technology has allowed us to capture these brilliant bursts from the sun.

Zero gravity training with NASA
14:06 10.07.14
CNN's Becky Anderson looks at how practicing underwater is the perfect way to prepare for spacewalks.

Driving the Curiosity rover
19:45 30.06.14
NASA has built an SUV-sized robot equipped to explore Mars' surface and determine whether life has existed on the planet. CNN's Max Foster reports.

Prince George turns one
13:51 22.07.14
Prince George isn't your average one year old. He started walking before he was one. Oh, and, he's going to be king -- of 16 countries. I had to remind myself occasionally of that latter fact as I stood outside the hospital in London where the he was born... for a week before he was born.

Doing time on prison islands
20:09 22.07.14
Pristine beaches, unspoiled nature and few tourists -- a stretch on these former penal colonies is no longer a punishment.

'The world must choose sides'
15:29 22.07.14
In the wake of the attack on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, "every country, including Russia," must determine whether it is "together with the terrorists or together with the civilized world," Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Monday.

Vladimir Putin's big blunder
05:43 21.07.14
Daniel Treisman says that when the Russian leader tied his fate to the Ukraine separatists, he set the stage for his current risky predicament

MH17 mother: 'Waiting for bodies'
20:15 21.07.14
A mother who lost her son and his girlfriend in the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash has appealed to Russian President Vladimir Putin to help bring their bodies home to the Netherlands.

Moscow tributes: 'Forgive us'
15:35 22.07.14
Outside the Dutch Embassy in Moscow, people have left flowers and cuddly toys at a makeshift memorial for the lives lost in a conflict-scarred corner of eastern Ukraine.

Who will speak for MH17 victims?
06:05 22.07.14
The front-page headline put it plainly: "MURDERERS," it accused in huge capital letters, trying to capture the national mood in the Netherlands during a time of grief and anger.

My love affair with Istanbul
13:44 21.07.14
CNN's Ivan Watson pays homage to the city he's called home for the past 12 years.

An arsenal that can reach the skies
15:15 20.07.14
Under a blazing sun in early June, a group of pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine were digging amid pine woods near the town of Krazny Liman.

Is this how to secure the scene?
07:50 20.07.14
Bodies, backpacks, passports and other piles of debris lay splayed across a miles-long area in the remote area in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came down. The crash site is massive -- an international observer called it "one of the biggest -- or the biggest -- crime scenes in the world right now."

Who should investigate?
13:10 20.07.14
Jim Hall and Peter Goelz say there should be an immediate and thorough investigation into what happened to MH17.

Is Putin backed into a corner?
17:51 20.07.14
Few things are ever certain in the murky world of post-Soviet politics, but the balance of evidence as it currently stands points overwhelmingly towards pro-Russian separatists as the perpetrators of Thursday's missile attack that caused the death of 293 people on-board Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.

Ukraine: 'Russia officer downed MH17'
16:58 22.07.14
A Ukrainian government official says he's certain that a Russian officer pushed the button to shoot down MH17. Moscow has denied the claims.

MH17: A mother's regret
20:01 22.07.14
The mother of two brothers killed in the MH17 plane crash has spoken of her regret at not taking her youngest son's fears over the flight seriously.

Man cheats plane death twice
20:05 22.07.14
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on one passenger who swapped flights twice avoiding both Malaysia Airlines disasters

Grieve MH17 through love
20:08 22.07.14
The father of a woman who died in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing says that the relatives and loved ones of victims of MH17 should try to extend love to the perpetrators, and not embrace a lust for revenge. Jim Swire adds that the U.N. should also oversee immediate sending of an international team of investigators, covered by force if necessary.

Ukraine's pro-Russia rebels
14:37 22.07.14
The horrifying crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has put the pro-Russia rebels operating in Ukraine's eastern regions center stage -- and raised all kinds of questions about who they are, what they want and who's in charge.

MH17 investigators look at all clues
19:54 22.07.14
With the black boxes handed over, CNN's Deborah Feyerick finds out where the investigation will go.

Opinion: Europe must increase sanctions on Russia
19:23 22.07.14
With their invasion of Crimea and their support for the violent -- and now murderous -- pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, the Russian government has grossly and blatantly violated international law, international treaties and international norms that have underpinned post-World War II and post- Cold War Europe.

Calls for end to female genital mutilation
19:45 22.07.14
Pakistani schoolgirl activist Malala Yousafzai added her voice Tuesday to calls for an end to female genital mutilation, a procedure affecting millions of women and girls worldwide.

Ukraine forces take control of Donetsk airport
17:51 21.07.14
Ukrainian forces have taken full control of Donetsk airport as they continue to fight pro-Russian rebels in the eastern Ukraine city, a Ukrainian military spokesman says.

Sky apology for rifling through victim's bag
13:41 21.07.14
Some of the most heartbreaking images to emerge from the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash scene have been those of passengers' belongings.

Prince George at one: Profile and protection
08:52 22.07.14
Prince George isn't your average one year old. He started walking before he was one. Oh, and, he's going to be king -- of 16 countries. I had to remind myself occasionally of that latter fact as I stood outside the hospital in London where the he was born... for a week before he was born.

5 things you might not know about Prince George
13:35 20.07.14
Believe it or not, it has been almost a year since the birth of Prince George Alexander Louis, the son of Britain's Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton. The baby is third in line to the British throne, behind his father and his grandfather, Prince Charles.

Grief and mourning at Amsterdam's Airport
12:23 19.07.14
Deep red roses, waxy white lilies and bright, cheery sunflowers; as single blooms and in large bouquets, they pile up close to desk 29 at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.

Crash site in Ukraine goes neglected
17:39 19.07.14
Debris from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 lay splayed for miles across silent rural fields in eastern Ukraine on Saturday. Two days after the jet crashed, some bodies remained strapped in seat belts -- wearing inflight headphones.

Germany, France, Italy condemn anti-Semitism at demos
19:01 22.07.14
The foreign ministers of Germany, France and Italy have condemned anti-Semitism after several protests over Israel's Gaza offensive turned violent. They pledged to do everything in their power to combat the problem.

EU to discuss punishing Putin following MH17 crash
15:42 22.07.14
The EU's foreign ministers are meeting to discuss new sanctions on Russia following the destruction of the MH17 passenger plane. Only the Netherlands - of all nations - is delaying proceedings.

Putin and Rutte discuss MH17 site access
10:48 22.07.14
The leaders of Russia and the Netherlands have again discussed the crashed flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, agreeing on the need for"direct and full access of experts to the tragedy site,"according to the Kremlin.

Ukraine rebels turn over MH17 black boxes, remains of victims
02:00 22.07.14
Rebels in eastern Ukraine have handed over the black boxes from downed flight MH17 and released a train carrying the remains of many victims. Earlier, the UN Security Council called for an investigation into the tragedy.

French government slams anti-Semitism after violence at Gaza protests
18:31 21.07.14
The French government has pledged to crack down on anti-Semitism a day after a protest against Israel's offensive on Gaza descended into violence. The rally had gone ahead in defiance of a government ban.

Rebecca Harms:'They're covering the tracks'
17:39 21.07.14
Rebecca Harms, co-chairwoman of the Greens in the European Parliament, believes the separatists were behind the shooting down of flight MH17. She also calls for international control of the Ukrainian-Russian border.

Friedemann: Flight recorders can't answer all questions
15:16 21.07.14
German experts will be involved in the process of clearing up the details of the Ukraine plane crash. Jens Friedemann from the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation lays out the various challenges.

Ukraine willing to hand MH17 crash investigation over to West
11:32 21.07.14
Kyiv has said it is willing to hand control of the MH17 crash investigation over to Western authorities. Amid fresh fighting in Donetsk, Dutch investigators have arrived in east Ukraine to inspect recovered bodies.

UN to vote on resolution demanding MH17 crash site access
09:01 21.07.14
The UN is set to decide on a resolution demanding international access to the crash site of a downed passenger jet in Ukraine. Meanwhile, fresh fighting has erupted between government and rebel forces near Donetsk.

'Extremism across Europe is interconnected'
06:56 21.07.14
The attacks by Anders Breivik on July 22, 2011 in Oslo and on the holiday island of Utoya were Norway's greatest postwar trauma. Bjorn Ihler was one of the survivors and talked with DW about the consequences.

IAEA says Iran eliminates enriched uranium
04:49 21.07.14
The UN's nuclear agency said Iran had met the requirements of an interim deal on its nuclear program. A report released on Sunday showed that the oil-rich country had eliminated its stockpile of enriched uranium.

Kerry: MH17 should be'a wake-up call'for EU on sanctions
20:04 20.07.14
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called the aftermath of the crash of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine"the moment of truth for Russia."He said he hoped the crash would make European countries more open to sanctions.

Bosnians bury ethnically cleansed victims
19:56 20.07.14
Thousands of Bosnians have gathered for a mass funeral for their loved ones more than 20 years after they were killed in the country's civil war. Many of the bodies were only discovered recently in a nearby mass grave.

Pressure grows on Russia to reduce tensions in Ukraine
00:41 20.07.14
There is growing international pressure on Moscow to use its influence on pro-Russian separatists following the shooting down of flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine. A reduction of tension in Ukraine is being urged.

More boat migrants die seeking to reach EU
21:38 19.07.14
Nineteen passengers aboard an overcrowded wooden boat bound for Lampedusa have died, according to the Italian coast guard. Italy's Navy has rescued more than 4,000 such migrants just in the past three days.

'Hardly any doubt the plane was shot down'
19:18 19.07.14
All parties involved in the Ukraine conflict could be responsible for the crash of the Malaysian passenger jet, says Russian military journalist Alexander Golz. It appears that the plane was shot down from the ground.

Spanish police arrest suspected Colombian crime lord
17:30 19.07.14
Police in Alicante have seized a 40-year-old believed to be the head of a Colombian drug cartel's military wing. Hernan Alonso Villa, known as"El Raton"(the mouse), is wanted in Colombia on murder charges, and others.

Ukraine says evidence proves Russians behind MH17 attack
14:29 19.07.14
Ukraine's counterintelligence chief has said his country has proof that Russian citizens were behind the missile attack that brought down MH17. Pro-Russian separatists are reportedly hindering the crash investigation.

MH17 crash: Russia in the dock
04:56 19.07.14
Russia has to take political responsibility for the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, US President Barack Obama said. As international tension increases, calls for additional sanctions could grow.

UN calls for investigation into Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine
17:55 18.07.14
The UN has called for a full, independent international investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine. US President Obama has said the plane was likely downed by a surface-to-air missile.

US Loses Patience with Europe: Washington Wants Tough Russia Sanctions
13:01 22.07.14
Following the downing of the Malaysia Airlines flight in eastern Ukraine, calls are growing in Washington for tough sanctions against Moscow. Many European governments are still hesitating, paving the way for the next big trans-Atlantic row.

Opinion: Watch Out for Little Green Men
18:52 07.07.14
When Moscow-backed troops appeared in Crimea earlier this year, the media dubbed them the "Little Green Men." Now NATO members should ask themselves how they will respond if the soldiers begin appearing in Estonia and Latvia too.

Yearning for Change: Italian Diplomacy Just Got Younger
12:39 04.07.14
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi promised change for his country. His new foreign minister, Federica Mogherini, embodies the desire to shake things up. Just 41 years old, she lacks extensive experience, but is full of confidence.

Russian Riddle: EU Can't Agree on a Natural Gas Strategy
18:13 24.06.14
European leaders agree that the Ukraine crisis has made natural gas supplies from Russia precarious. Yet they are divided over what to do about it. Poland wants a new European energy union, but others seem to be in no hurry.

Ukraine: Cossacks Thought To Be Behind Observer Kidnappings
12:08 23.06.14
Western diplomats believe that leading Cossacks could be behind the abduction of two teams of OSCE observers in eastern Ukraine, SPIEGEL has learned. A leading Cossack in the Russian parliament could have the power to free them.

Spending Spree: Anger with Greek Shipowners on the Rise
17:49 19.06.14
The Greek economy continues to suffer, but the country's shipowners are spending as though there were no crisis. Once popular, Greece's shipping companies are now widely reviled.

Commission Crusade: Cameron Outmaneuvered in Battle over Juncker
13:37 19.06.14
British Prime Minister David Cameron is determined not to let Jean-Claude Juncker become president of the European Commission. But he is increasingly isolated. He might face his Waterloo as early as next week.

Trouble for Merkel: Berlin Divided in Spat over EU Commmission
13:14 07.06.14
The appointment of the next leaders of the EU Commission has divided Europe, raising the specter that Britain could leave the bloc. London is an important ally to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and it is likely she will seek to broker a deal.

Opinion: Europe's Juncker Bond
14:15 05.06.14
Jean-Claude Juncker vehemently criticized German-imposed austerity measures during the euro crisis. By doing so, he gained support in a number of countries -- especially those which would like to see the common currency zone degraded into a debt union.

Cameron's Empty Threat: Britain Risks Losing an Ally in EU Feud
16:50 04.06.14
It appears David Cameron's strategy has backfired. His campaign to derail Jean-Claude Juncker's appointment as the next EU Commission president is failing and the British prime minister may soon suffer a loss of face. Angela Merkel is his only possible savior.

'A European War': The Fight for Ukraine's East Gets Bloodier
14:33 04.06.14
Fighters from Russia's Caucasus region have joined the separatists in eastern Ukraine, while Kiev has intensified its efforts to win back control of the region. Just 10 days after the presidential election there, the conflict is quickly turning into a war.

Interview with Marine Le Pen: 'I Don't Want this European Soviet Union'
19:07 03.06.14
In a SPIEGEL interview, French right-wing populist Marine Le Pen discusses the European election victory by her Front National, German dominance in the EU and her admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Ex-Premier Blair: 'British Understand the Folly of Leaving the EU'
18:45 03.06.14
Not much has been heard from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair lately. But in recent days, he has waded into the debate surrounding the next EU Commission president. In an interview, he also predicts that the British will vote to stay in the European Union.

Decision Time: Britain Must Choose Now If It Will Stay in Europe
12:42 03.06.14
For years Britain has blackmailed and made a fool out of the EU. The United Kingdom must finally make a choice: It can play by the rules or it can leave the European Union.

Mr. Perfect from Warsaw: The Rise of Poland's Foreign Minister
12:18 30.05.14
The Ukraine crisis has thrust Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski into the limelight as he takes a leading role in formulating Europe's response to Russian aggression. Long a star in Warsaw politics, his stature is now growing internationally.

Lurching Right: UKIP Win Creates Pressure for Cameron and Europe
18:16 27.05.14
With its clear election victory in Britain on Sunday, anti-EU UKIP and its leader Nigel Farage scored a historic triumph. The win could soon spell trouble for British Prime Minister David Cameron and his partners across the European Union.

A Real National Front: The French Far Right Aims High
17:19 27.05.14
After its triumph in European elections on Sunday, the French far-right Front National is hoping to increase its power back home, with Marine Le Pen aiming for the presidency in 2017. With François Hollande's popularity plummeting, it is not out of the question.

German Finance Minister Schäuble: 'Europe Needs More Self-Confidence'
17:06 27.05.14
What does Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst have to do with the Ukraine conflict? More than you might think, explains German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble in a SPIEGEL interview. It demonstrates the EU's greatest strengths.

Opinion: A Victory for European Democracy
14:33 26.05.14
Although voter turnout was down in many places and right-wing populists scored significant gains, this weekend's European Parliament election was historically important. It has shifted the balance of power in Europe in favor of voters.

A Continent in Motion: What Conchita Wurst Tells Us About EU Identity
16:38 23.05.14
Europe has struggled for decades to forge a common identity -- and now the Continent's response to Putin, its battle against Google and the victory of drag queen Conchita Wurst at the Eurovision Song Contest all suggest that shared values are finally emerging.