Protesters Lay Mock Coffins In Milan Over Workplace Safety In Italy

One of Milan's iconic squares, was filled with symbolic coffins by Italy's second-largest union to highlight the issue o... Read more

Seven People Die After A Bus Plunges Off A Bridge In St. Petersburg

A bus swerved off a bridge and descended into a river in St. Petersburg, killing seven people on Friday, Russian officia... Read more

The Netherlands' Joost Klein Is Kicked Out Of Eurovision, But The Dutch Can Still Vote

The organisers said the Swedish police are investigating after a complaint was made about Klein by a female member of th... Read more

Floods Kill More Than 300 People In Northern Afghanistan, UN Says

Flash floods from unusually heavy seasonal rains in Afghanistan have killed more than 300 people and destroyed over 1,00... Read more

Xi's European Tour: Some Euro, No Vision

For China to revive its fortunes, it must fundamentally change course, abandoning its version of predatory state capital... Read more

The Best Things To Do And See (or Watch) In Europe This Week

We've got an eclectic selection for you this week: think filthy basslines, Studio Ghibli characters brought to life on s... Read more

The Hunt For Gollum: Do We Need Another LOTR Film?

Andy Serkis is set to star and direct 'The Hunt for Gollum', a new Lord of the Rings film produced by Peter Jackson. But... Read more

Art Meets Football: Philip Colbert Teams Up With AS Roma Players To Create Charity Painting

In a unique fusion of art and football, British artist Philip Colbert has teamed up with AS Roma players, including Paul... Read more

A Eurocrat's Guide To Watching The Eurovision Grand Final

From rural areas to climate change: There’s more EU policy in this year's Eurovision entries than Europapa. Read more

Brussels, My Love? What's On Voters' Minds, One Month Before Mammoth Elections

In this edition, we zoom in on the spike in violent attacks against politicians and check what topics will get European... Read more

Why Does Venice Have Canals Instead Of Roads?: Questions From Travelling With My 5-year-old

Exploring Italy with my curious five-year-old gave me a new perspective on travel. Read more

Is It 'high Time' For Europe To Recognise The Human Right To A Healthy Environment?

The Council of Europe is the only regional human rights system that has not yet explicitly recognised the right to a hea... Read more

If The Russians Go Through Ukraine, Do You Think They Won't Go To Europe? - On Odesas Front Line

Dima runs a perfume shop in Odesa that has now doubled up as a place where volunteers can restock supplies. He told Euro... Read more

Is Part-time Work Fuelling Germanys Economic Woes?

The minister president of Saxony, Michael Kretschmer, says a return to the 40-hour week is necessary to maintain economi... Read more