Spanish riots over rapper’s imprisonment escalate

Spanish riots over rapper’s imprisonment escalate


Barcelona and several other Spanish cities woke up on Sunday morning to looted stores and damaged property after a fifth consecutive nigh ...
Alarming backsliding in press and media freedom in Europe

Alarming backsliding in press and media freedom in Europe


We all were shocked seeing the blank TV screens and blank front pages of newspapers in Poland last week, in protest against the governmen ...
The Brief, powered by FACEBOOK – The horse and his cart of euros

The Brief, powered by FACEBOOK – The horse and his cart of euros


The €750 billion Eurobond to pay for the bloc’s recovery from the COVID pandemic “will pave the way for a treasury and common EU taxation ...
Sexual harassment claims expose Greece’s hidden secret

Sexual harassment claims expose Greece’s hidden secret


An increasing number of Greek artists and athletes have come forward in recent weeks to report cases of sexual harassment in the world of ...
Cyprus slams Turkey over asylum-seeker ‘burden’

Cyprus slams Turkey over asylum-seeker ‘burden’


Cyprus hit out at Turkey on Friday (19 February) for acts it said were behind the creation of a new migration route that had “disproporti ...
Italy’s ‘Super Mario’ Draghi wins parliament backing for new government

Italy’s ‘Super Mario’ Draghi wins parliament backing for new government


Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Thursday (18 February) secured final parliamentary approval for his government of national unity, ...
Why Fidesz faces a tight race in 2022

Why Fidesz faces a tight race in 2022


At present, it is impossible to predict with confidence who will be the winner of the Hungarian parliamentary elections in 2022, writes S ...
EU condemns Slovenia PM’s online attack on journalists

EU condemns Slovenia PM’s online attack on journalists


Brussels on Thursday (18 February) condemned Slovenia’s prime minister for online personal attacks against journalists reporting on the d ...
EU urges five countries to codify anti-racism law

EU urges five countries to codify anti-racism law


The European Commission on Thursday (18 February) told five EU countries — Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Poland and Sweden — to quickly put ...
Commission wants to ‘explore options’ for India trade, investment

Commission wants to ‘explore options’ for India trade, investment


The European Commission said on Thursday (18 February) that it wants to “explore options” for expanding the EU’s trade and investment wit ...
One year after the Hanau attack, NGOs demand concrete anti-racism strategy

One year after the Hanau attack, NGOs demand concrete anti-racism strategy


This Friday (19 February) marks the anniversary of the Hanau attack. To improve prevention against such attacks, the German government pr ...
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