Ukraine's future depends on a delicate power game in the east of the country, says Adam Swain
If Crimea is re-annexed to Moscow, the numbers fleeing could create a humanitarian crisis
Sarkoleaks: Bruni mocked French president about his salary, while adviser called him 'the dwarf'
A third of women in the EU have suffered sexual or physical violence, a new report has found
Fraudsters dupe investors into buying worthless shares and spend the cash on fast cars and villas
The CDU is a collectivist party, deeply suspicious of the Tory individualist ethos, says Daniel Hough
Time to press pause on Nordic noir thrillers and consider the real-life fate of a brave Dutchwoman
Raffaele Sollecito said Knox was 'very agitated' on the day after Meredith Kercher was killed
A young restaurateur in Reims has joined the ranks of three-starred chefs. So, where's the champagne?
Pussy Riot shows the way: social media coverage is the best answer to Kiev's 'wicked problem'
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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