The Eurovision will be a bit more awesome this year, because Australia will send a participant. We’re all Europe now!
One nice thing about living in Europe is that you can be in another country in less than two hours, airplane not even necessary. For the weekend, I train-traveled around Belgium.
Yes. There will be something about camel wrestling later, but let’s have some news first.
Greetings, citizens, and welcome to another week of sheer misery. I haven’t even got an animal-related story for you. Booo.
Greetings, citizens! Europe’s various power struggles continue this week, with deaths in Ukraine, German-Swiss discussions in Berlin and confusion over the future of Scotland. Let’s get right to it.
“They let a cow loose in the Palm Woods.” So begins last night’s text conversation with my sister. I typed the only logical reply:
Welcome back from your long weekend ““ just in time for a new European Roundup! Germany is currently finding its way out of the nuclear power era, cucumbers are experiencing a crisis on the European market and Berlusconi is in (serious) trouble.
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 […]
Welcome to the Persephone ESC Countdown! Today we’ll look at Belgium and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Hello from Europe! We’re some of the Persephone writers, who from now on will write weekly updates on what’s going on in Europe. All neatly summarized and with a link for more information. So let’s start the first week with a lying minister in Germany, protests in Greece, elections in Ireland and more!