Inside Europe: 16.08.2018
How Turkey's tit-for-tat dispute with the US impacts Europe — Aquarius rescue ship strikes migrant-sharing deal — Prague Spring 50 years after the Soviet-led invasion — Russia's cheesemaking industry thrives amid spiraling sanctions — Germany's craft beer producers thirst for change — Romania to probe alleged police violence at protest
Inside Europe 09.08.2018
Germany debates bringing back national service - Migrants in Paris get creative at a pop-up theatre - Military athletes from 32 nations battle it out at the International Army Games - We visit the graffiti capital of Europe - A high ranking Turkish NATO officer boldly escapes to Brussels - A special report on Norway's sharp decline in migrant arrivals.
Inside Europe 02.08.2018
Street harassment in France — US imposes sanctions on Turkey over US pastor Andrew Brunson — Saving the planet with food waste in Austria — Spain's emergency migrant plan — A campaign to liberate Santorini's donkeys — How does the travel industry treat people with autism? — A bridal fashion show with a difference — The environmental impact of tourism in Wales — A quirky museum in Berlin
Inside Europe 26.07.2018
A huge political storm kicks off after a German soccer player quits the national team - Rescuers continue their search for victims of Greek fires - Undocumented migrants try to make a living on Spain's Costa del Sol - Militant vegetarians attack butchers' shops in France - Special report: Organized mafia crime in Italy and children of the 'Ndrangheta
Inside Europe 19.07.2018
Putting the Trump-Putin summit into perspective – Football and France's immigrant neighborhoods? - The EU's 5 billion dollar fine on Google? – A scoop from Bologna's gelato university – Recovery and loss in Greece –What’s driving anti-Semitism - Parkrun: the global phenomenon - Sweden's great outdoors and the right to roam - And German winemakers adapt to climate change.
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Inside Europe 12.07.2018
Theresa May's government in chaos after Brexiteers resign – Mixed feelings about the Pope’s visit to Ireland - The Cameroonian model creating his own fashion label in France – The job market for migrants in Germany – Romania’s chief anti-corruption prosecutor is fired - A new migrant flashpoint in Spain - Orangemen and the marching tradition
Inside Europe: 05.07.2018
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's last-ditch deal to end a dispute over migration —Harley-Davidson caught in the crosshairs of a transatlantic trade dispute — NATO discusses the clash between US President Donald Trump and Merkel ahead of a Brussels summit — Norway's electric vehicles and why some car dealers are trash-talking them — Spain's resort island of Palma, Majorca outlaws Airbnb and more.