Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, insists it doesn't need a government bailout amid reports of a rescue plan in case it can't pay off fines owed to the US.

Leaders of four EU countries lashed out at Germany for insisting on migrant quotas as the German chancellor paid a visit to Poland, a staunch opponent of Berlin’s strategy on refugees.

The stories and images of children suffering in the midst of brutal wars often become highly symbolic. But not all get the same attention - despite being equally harrowing. Gayane Chichakyan reports on the people whose plights remain unheard.

A botched coup in July resulted in over 250 deaths as Turkey's military attempted to overthrow its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He's a divisive figure in a country that is politically and geographically torn between East and West. Bloomberg QuickTake explains what this means for the people of Turkey and the nation itself on the international stage.

August 08 -- One of the biggest clouds hanging over the 2016 Rio Olympics is the Russian Doping Scandal. So how many Russian athletes made it to Rio how did it all unfold? (Video by Tom Gibson and Austin Brown)

University of Chicago Booth School of Business Professor Luigi Zingales and Bank of America Merrill Lynch Head of Global Rates Research David Woo discuss the plight of European banks and the future of the European Union. They speak on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

In another fallout from the Brexit referendum, London’s position as Europe’s primary financial hub seems to be under threat. And cities such as Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin are eager to hasten its fall by luring in big business.

Should we stay or should we go? That is what the Brits will have to decide this summer in a referendum that will determine if the United Kingdom remains part of the European Union or cuts economic ties. Bloomberg Quicktakes explains the reasons for, against and consequences of a 'Brexit.'

A chilling internal French police report has revealed that as many as 90 'kamikazes' may be roaming the EU. The report also states how terrorists are mastering encryption and bomb making techniques to help them achieve their aims.

Neville Hill, Credit Suisse chief euro-zone economist, discusses the outlook for the euro region and why Europe might not survive the next recession.

In western Germany, a public swimming pool in one town has forbidden entry to male refugees aged over eighteen. Anti-migrant sentiments have been evident elsewhere in Europe since the start of the year. In Austria, a bar in a small town in the east of the country has banned all refugees.

Chancellor Angela Merkel is expected to discuss the string of mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve in cities across Germany, when she speaks in parliament later on Wednesday. The attacks are suspected of being carried out by migrants. Following those assaults, the government is now set to change its deportation laws. RT’s Daniel Bushell has more.