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17
JUN

Inside Europe: 17.06.2021

An assessment of President Biden's weeklong visit to Europe — Germany's domestic intelligence says the lockdown has spurred extremism
— A Greek party island deploys drones to spot tourists breaking safety protocols — A slimy mass of 'sea snot' off Turkey threatens an ecological disaster — Hungary's parliament passes an anti-LGBT law — and more!
10
JUN

Inside Europe: 10.06.2020

US President Joe Biden begins whirlwind tour of Europe — Turkey offers the US a 'historic opportunity' to reset diplomatic ties — Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic loses his genocide appeal — COVID pushes Italians to relocate from cities to 'smart villages' — European Parliament approves digital COVID certificate — and more!
03
JUN

Inside Europe: 03.06.2021

Europe demands answers after US-Danish spying claims — Frustration with the German government's handling of the vaccine program — Italian transgender sprinter Valentina Petrillo goes for gold — Ethnic groups in Namibia reject reconciliation agreement with Germany — Are abortion rights under threat in Catholic Croatia? — Spain's ambitions to become climate neutral by 2050 — and more!
27
MAY

Inside Europe 27.05.2021

A special focus on Belarus following the forced diversion of a commercial plane and the arrest of a dissident blogger - Turkey is gripped by a mobster’s allegations against the government - The pandemic leads to a surge in pet ownership. But is that really good news for our furry friends? Taking a ride on a new driverless bus in Paris - How the pandemic has impacted pilots and planes - and more
20
MAY

Inside Europe 20.05.2021

Life gets back to almost normal in the UK, but has Britain opened up too quickly? - Tensions between Morocco and Spain lead to an influx of migrants -Should borders in the Balkans be redrawn? - The benefits of urban green spaces - Dutch role in the international slave trade - A Swedish company beefs up IT skills in eastern Ukraine - We’ll shoot the breeze with avatars at a virtual bar in Berlin
13
MAY

Inside Europe: 13.05.2020

Greek authorities accused of illegal pushback of migrants — German Catholic churches bless same-sex couples, defying The Vatican — Gay conversion therapy: a report from Northern Ireland — Lifting restrictions: Germans bask in the sun after a long pandemic winter —Russia develops the first coronavirus vaccine for animals — and more!
06
MAY

Inside Europe: 06.05.2021

Boris Johnson and the cash-for-curtains scandal — EU planning a summer opening for foreign tourists — A grim outlook for Turkey's summer tourism industry, though — Denmark's new coronavirus pass — Germany and other EU member states send help to India — and more!
30
APR

Inside Europe 30.04.2021

Germany's Greens ahead of Merkel's CDU/CSU in new poll — France plans museum to remember terror attacks — A scandal over a seating arrangement hits the headlines in Brussels — Spain plans trial of four-day work week — Turkey puts 108 Kurdish politicians on trial — and more!
23
APR

Inside Europe 23.04.2021

Is Sweden having second thoughts about its covid strategy? - The very brief rise and fall of the European Super League. - The electoral race to replace German chancellor Angela Merkel takes shape - The ‘ecological uprising’ underway in Serbia - And a special focus on meat consumption in DW’s podcast On the Green Fence
16
APR

Inside Europe: 16.04.2021

Turkey finds itself in the middle of the latest Russia-Ukraine flare-up — Who could succeed Angela Merkel as German chancellor? — Bosnians protest their government's poor handling of the COVID pandemic — Britain's royal family mourns the death of Prince Philip — and more!
09
APR

Inside Europe 09.04.2021

A Polish salt mine provides relief for post-Covid patients - The Dutch go techno to learn more about easing coronavirus restrictions - Is the EU about to reset ties with Turkey? - What kind of impact will the pandemic have on Rome’s historic centre? - Greenland’s rare-earth election - A spat between Latvia and Russia over a war memorial - Protests in France over veggie school lunches - And more…
01
APR

Inside Europe 01.04.2021

Joy, as England emerges from a three month lockdown - Serbia wins friends by vaccinating its neighbours - Why Turkey's reliance on Chinese vaccines is proving a huge political and medical gamble - Spain to exhume thousands of civil war victims - The problems facing LGBTQ refugees in Bosnia-Herzegovina - We’ll be checking out the winner of the European Tree of the Year Award - And much more...

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