Austrian Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst

Russia's Eurovision secret is out: voters backed Conchita

News Mon 12 May, AT 08:10

Judges in Russia, Armenia and Belarus marked her down - but it turns out the public are more tolerant

Jessica Mauboy

Intelligent punter's guide to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

Briefing Sat 10 May, AT 14:48

Our man in the Euro-paddock chooses the best bets for Saturday night's sing-song in Copenhagen

George Clooney

Italy's dark side: Clooney, Florence and the 'crucified' girl

Wed 7 May, AT 08:23 Andrea Vogt

Prosecutor who led Monster of Florence case – soon to be a Clooney film - has a new serial killer to find

Ukraine crisis: EU and US need a more joined-up approach

Fri 25 Apr, AT 09:51 The Conversation

Stefan Wolff and Tatyana Malyarenko propose a three-point plan to deal with Russian intransigence

Two RAF Typhoon fighter jets in action

RAF fighter jets scrambled to intercept Russian warplanes

One-Minute Read Thu 24 Apr, AT 10:33

Typhoon fighter jets sent to investigate Russian long-range bombers approaching UK airspace

A pro-Russia activist stands guard in the city of Slavyansk

Ukraine: calls for new offensive as politician 'tortured to death'

One-Minute Read Wed 23 Apr, AT 09:48

Turchynov to relaunch military operations against pro-Russian separatists as situation worsens

Stop rescuing the boat people, Italian right demands

Wed 23 Apr, AT 08:22 Andrea Vogt

The Italian navy is helping run a taxi service says MP as biblical exodus from Africa tops EU election agenda

Nigel Farage

Marine Le Pen accuses Farage of slander

One-Minute Read Sun 20 Apr, AT 12:02

Spat comes as founder of Ukip calls Farage a ‘dim, racist alcoholic’

Ghader Ghalamere with his son

Refugee saved after plane passengers' seat belt protest

One-Minute Read Tue 15 Apr, AT 13:45

Temporary reprieve for Ghader Ghalamere after his family's last-minute departure lounge appeal

Robert Fox

Ukraine crisis: EU and Nato's intellectual shambles exposed

Mon 14 Apr, AT 12:00 Robert Fox

A quarter of a century after the Cold War, dreams of harmony and consensus are shot to pieces

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