Welcome to this week’s European Roundup! We have Italian homophobes, new energy sources in Iceland, and dictators and weddings for you.
This week, Spanish police discovered hundreds of pounds of explosives and bomb making equipment, Armenia sets its sights on turning out the best chess players ever, and a Finnish poll shows a number of disturbing trends. We also have royal business, opinions on how France’s veil ban ties into recent revolutions, and a Danish Elvis fan who took things to the extreme. Lots to enjoy on this week’s version of European Roundup. Read More Weekly European Roundup
Welcome to another week of Euro News! This week: wreckage from the downed AirFrance flight of two years back is finally located, a police officer in Northern Ireland is killed by a car bomb, and an arrest was made in Sweden’s torture/sex chamber case. Read More Your Weekly European Roundup
With most of the world focused on Japan, Bahrain, and Libya, news from Europe has been somewhat sparse this week. However there have been some interesting, sad, and triumphant moments. Read More Your Weekly European Roundup
Euro Persephone here with all of the latest news and information from across the pond. This week includes the shocking revelation that Hamlet was not actually Danish, a discovery that ancient Spain took part in ritualistic mushroom trips, and the former French President Jacques Chirac is set to stand trial. Replete with links and alphabetized for your pleasure, do enjoy this week’s European news roundup: Read More Your Weekly European Roundup