Angela Merkel

Merkel is in no position to give Eurosceptics want they want

Fri 28 Feb, AT 09:07 The Conversation

The CDU is a collectivist party, deeply suspicious of the Tory individualist ethos, says Daniel Hough

Who killed Els Borst? All the hallmarks of political murder

Thu 27 Feb, AT 10:42 Robert Fox

Time to press pause on Nordic noir thrillers and consider the real-life fate of a brave Dutchwoman

Three Michelin stars: culinary Oscar or poisoned chalice?

Mon 24 Feb, AT 15:37 Nigel Horne

A young restaurateur in Reims has joined the ranks of three-starred chefs. So, where's the champagne?

Pussy Riot

The agony of Ukraine: how to keep Putin's Russia at bay

Fri 21 Feb, AT 14:26 Robert Fox

Pussy Riot shows the way: social media coverage is the best answer to Kiev's 'wicked problem'

Ukraine

Ukraine: why did Kiev protests become so violent?

Briefing Fri 21 Feb, AT 13:16

Some analysts say violence is the direct result of Russian intervention in Ukraine

Alps murder: mountain man cleared of killing al-Hillis

News Fri 21 Feb, AT 09:45

Suspect who resembled e-fit was not involved in brutal killing of Surrey family, says prosecutor

Matteo Renzi

Matteo Renzi to the rescue: can 'Italy's Tony Blair' deliver?

Tue 18 Feb, AT 10:08 Andrea Vogt

He claims to be outside the establishment - so why did he hold a meeting with the dreaded Berlusconi?

Matteo Renzi

Renzi set to be Italy's youngest ever PM

One-Minute Read Tue 18 Feb, AT 09:55

Matteo Renzi, 39, will break Mussolini's record if he's confirmed as Italian prime minister

Bosnian unrest: a united economic uprising

Briefing Mon 17 Feb, AT 15:21

Bosnians unite as warfare is no longer divided along ethnic lines, but economic ones

Abubakar Shekau of Boko Haram

Nigeria attack: what is Boko Haram and can it be stopped?

Briefing Mon 17 Feb, AT 10:38

As Boko Haram kills dozens, the Nigerian government appears unable to rein in the Islamist group

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