Russia's war of aggression has pushed Ukraine closer to the EU. But is it enough for EU candidate status? The President of the EU Commission now wants to clarify final questions with Zelenskiy in Kyiv.
It's a big step towards phasing out internal combustion engines. The EU Parliament voted to ban new cars from emitting CO2 from mid-2030.
Chancellor Scholz has never been this close to Russia since the start of the Ukraine war: less than 200 kilometers as the crow flies from the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad, he is visiting the NATO eastern flank in Lithuania - and promising the country even more German combat troops.
Since the beginning of the Russian attack on Ukraine, Claudia Roth, Minister of State for Culture, has been campaigning on behalf of the country's cultural workers.
A minimum wage of 12 euros - that's what Olaf Scholz promised, and that's how it's to be implemented. Another decision is also to be made at the same time.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz has pledged further deliveries of state-of-the-art heavy weapons from Germany to Ukraine.Scholz stressed that the goal is to ensure that Putin does not win this war.
Cheaper rail travel, cheaper petrol: measures against high fuel prices have now come into force. Will there be a rush on trains and petrol pumps?
Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz is on a trip to Africa. His destinations there include Senegal, Niger and South Africa. His first talks could be about new gas cooperation.
Arms deliveries to Ukraine are to continue "for as long as necessary". That is the conclusion of the G7 meeting on the Baltic coast. In the afternoon, a NATO summit took place in Berlin.
For the second time, Catholic priests blessed queer couples in a nationwide action on Tuesday - against the will of the Vatican. The blessings could soon even be officially permitted in Germany.
A hooded protest in a church suddenly made her famous. Ten years later, the Russian punk band Pussy Riot is still fighting Putin. The musicians kicked off their European tour in Berlin.