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Inside Europe is a weekly news magazine exploring the topical issues shaping Europe. The program, hosted by Helen Seeney, includes interviews with newsmakers and personalities, background features and cultural reports from correspondents throughout the continent. Produced by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster.
In Germany, more Serbs than Syrians apply for asylum. But even Serbia grapples with refugees from Asia and Africa, amid increasing protests from the local population.
Some pro-EU protesters have remained on the streets of Kyiv after riot police moved in to break up blockades of government buildings. The EU's top diplomat hopes talks can defuse Ukraine's political standoff.
The founder of a now-defunct French company that used industrial-grade silicone in breast implants has been given four years in prison for fraud. Hundreds of thousands of women received the faulty implants.
Ukrainian security forces have moved in on pro-EU demonstrators. Reports have emerged that police have encircled protest camps, dispersed demonstrators and stormed the main opposition party's headquarters.
Authorities have deployed riot police outside of Kyiv's city hall as protesters refuse to step down. Meanwhile, President Yanukovych has said he will pursue a "national roundtable" to end anti-government rallies.