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School strikes for climate protection migrate to Germany. Call for immediate end to coal mining to meet 2020 climate targets.
German cities and states will have access to a €1.5 billion fund to implement air quality improvement measures.
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Open banking could potentially radically alter how customers engage with the world of finance
On June 28-29, the European Council will meet to discuss migration, security and defense. The EU is unlikely to agree on a policy for distributing refugees across its member states....
Charting the radical economic response to the worldwide threat of the end of work, from Kenya to Finland. Add new examples
In a nod to U.S. President Trump, the small Central American nation will move its embassy two days after the U.S. does
Recent renewable projects in Europe could signal an acceleration of subsidy-free energy endeavours.
The top stories WikiTribune's working on and what we recommend: Trump says DACA deal 'probably dead'
German universities demand open access and fair pricing from academic publishing house Elsevier
The top stories WikiTribune's working on and what we recommend today: Merkel in trouble, Mugabe hanging on, China on Rohingya
The collapse of talks has left Germany's chancellor in uncharted territory - plus recommended further reading
The question "if" Brexit could be overturned is, for a growing number of UK citizens, becoming more about "how"
Top stories WikiTribune's working on and what we recommend today - take part: Military judge sentences Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl and more
Angela Merkel is a "scapegoat" for Germany's problems but her ability to lead a united government has been weakened by an election result that has implications beyond its borders.