Belgian euthanasia: children given right to choose to die

Talking Point Fri 14 Feb, AT 09:39

Poll says that 75 per cent of Belgians support new law that allows euthanasia for sick children

Did Copenhagen Zoo have to kill Marius the giraffe?

Talking Point Mon 10 Feb, AT 12:00

A two-year-old giraffe at the zoo was killed over the weekend after on online petition to save his life was rejected

Swiss voter

Switzerland out in the cold after EU immigration vote

First Reaction Mon 10 Feb, AT 10:41

'All eyes will be on the reaction from Brussels' as Switzerland votes to limit immigration from the EU

Steak-frites is so passe: how the French learned to love burgers

Fri 7 Feb, AT 13:46 Nigel Horne

It's not just McDonald's – three-quarters of French restaurants are now serving burgers

Victoria Nuland

US official apologises for 'f*** the EU' comment - audio

First Reaction Fri 7 Feb, AT 10:39

Assistant secretary of state, Victoria Nuland, apologises to EU counterparts for 'undiplomatic language'

Knox and Sollecito: justice revisited in prime time

Wed 5 Feb, AT 11:17 Andrea Vogt

A soundbite in the court of public opinion is so much easier than wading through all that legal evidence

Hollande asked if Gayet affair has turned France into a 'joke'

One-Minute Read Fri 31 Jan, AT 14:17

British reporter grills French president about actress and asks if he wishes 'she was here'

Amanda Knox is a convicted killer: the decision is (almost) final

Fri 31 Jan, AT 10:30 Andrea Vogt

The media may take her side, but Amanda Knox's guilt has been upheld by a serious court of law

Francois Hollande

Frisky Francois Hollande faces grilling from British press

Talking Point Fri 31 Jan, AT 10:05

Press conference with David Cameron likely to focus on French president's love life rather than the EU

Crispin Black

Lessons from Ukraine: what if WE lost patience with politicians?

Thu 30 Jan, AT 11:52 Crispin Black

Disenchanted Britons have rioted in the past. What would it take to tip the balance today?

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