Greetings, citizens. Europe has its very own measles outbreak now, isn’t that nice? Not. More about that later.
Greetings, citizens. Things are heating up again in Ukraine, and everyone and their dog are busy wondering why.
The Eurovision will be a bit more awesome this year, because Australia will send a participant. We’re all Europe now!
This week in Europe, all eyes are on Greece and its new government.
I know! Not fair. (But hey, it’s good news for some women, just not me.)
Yes. There will be something about camel wrestling later, but let’s have some news first.
The news this week has mostly been about the fall-out from the Charlie Hebdo attacks. It’s not often you get such a clear picture of the state of the world just by looking at the news headlines.
Citizens, there’s a ghost haunting the corridors of Westminster. A demented, racist ghost with delusions of grandeur.
Greetings, citizens. What noise does a goat make? We’ll get to that later.
In 2006, which feels like a million years ago, I went to Ukraine for a weekend. It was an eventful two days, and I’ve just come across the pictures on a photo disc (that’s how old-fashioned we’re talking about here), so let me tell you all about it.
Greetings, citizens. This week, we’ve got some bits and bobs from the non-mainstream media, and for those interested in EU matters, it’s fascinating stuff.
Welcome to another news roundup, this week with mainly Russian news. It’s weird, sad, scary and also occasionally wonderful.
Greetings! Here’s some Ebola-free news for you all.
Greetings, citizens. It’s Scottish referendum day! History in the making! I’m firmly in the let’s-wait-and-see camp, so go follow the news broadcaster of your choice and meet me here next week to discuss the results.
Welcome, citizens, to a week that has one crisis smouldering and another looming. And the Scottish referendum isn’t even happening until next week.