With a myriad of hairline cracks in the reactor pressure vessels, Germany is convinced that Belgium's Tihange 2 nuclear reactor is a huge security risk. Now, however, it appears Germany is helping secure its operation.
Details of the Brexit separation are still unknown. But nine percent of German firms with interests in Britain are already planning to move investments elsewhere, the German Chambers of Commerce and Industry found.
International magicians will be fascinating audiences during the Magic Weeks, running until the beginning of April in Bonn. DW met the European Magic Champion, Patrick Lehnen, to discuss the tricks of the trade.
Austria is required to start relocating asylum seekers from Italy and Greece after an exemption to the scheme ended on 11 March. But Austria's chancellor has other ideas and wants the exemption prolonged.
Transport network company Uber announced Tuesday that it will pull out of Denmark on 18 April, to protest new laws forcing Uber to operate with taximeters and seat occupancy sensors - in line with traditional taxi companies. Uber's spokesperson, Kristian Agerbo, explained in a press conference that it is not necessarily a final farewell. Around 2,000 ar […]