What is that you say? It’s following the oral arguments to guess at the ruling.
Persephekittens and Persephecaboodles, salutations, and welcome back to another teeth-grinding, moral-punching, and soppy-biscuit-type-of-day news week. Read More Mid-Week News: She-Thang
Let’s see who’s won, shall we?
Once again, it’s time for the weekly European news roundup. The Euro is still in the dumps, there’s a lot of stuff happening in France, and (in happy news) a woman was found alive after having been lost in the mountains in Spain for 18 days. Though I strove to include the most important and up-to-date stories and sources, there’s always a chance I missed something. If so, please share in the comments. Read More Your Weekly European Roundup
Welcome to the Persephone ESC Countdown! We’re off to Cyprus and Denmark today.
And it’s time again for your Weekly Europe Roundup. This week we have news from Ukraine, where a former president has to face murder charges, Germany, where Merkel’s CDU has to deal with historically bad results in local elections, Italy, who has asked for Unesco protection for pizza, and many more.