Compensation demanded in Sweden.
Laurie Penny meets the Russian punk-protest group.
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan wants to cast women as mothers, sisters and wives, and those who oppose him should be careful that their imagery doesn’t do the same.
Inequality, not immigration, was what sparked the unrest.
Once at the heart of the Christian world, Turkey's Greek Orthodox minority finds its fate inextricably bound up with the Erdogan government's troubled shift away from secularism.
After the closure of ERT, the country's political future hangs in the balance, writes Yiannis Baboulias.
What began in an Istanbul park has tapped in to years of grievances.
A journey to the troubled heart of the Balkans.
The Celluloid Liberation Front speak to the Italian literary collective Wu Ming, whose work draws readers in to exchange, sharing and confrontation.
Glosswitch has always had a love for all things German, so she's happy to learn that everyone else agrees.
The certainties that sustained notions of European unity and social solidarity are collapsing. The financial structures that formed the foundations of old Europe have warped and are destroying it. So, where next?
Up to 2.5m Britons watch the Kremlin-funded TV channel, which is so strongly critical of Western governments it's known as the "anti Fox News". But does it have a blind spot when it comes to Russia's own failings?
The Bundesliga has gone back to basics.
In praise of the Bundesliga and more besides.
Since the minister in charge of tax avoidance was forced to admit to a secret Swiss bank account, François Hollande’s entire government has begun to look shaky. How did it go so wrong, so fast?
The Brits are losing out.
The Greek journalist, who was instrumental in the publication of the "Lagarde list" of major tax evaders in October 2012, talks to the NS's Daniel Trilling.
It is now 98 years since 1.5m Armenians were systematically massacred. Recognising what happened is the only way to help us all move forward.
Hollande's silence on the alleged discrimination against black and Arab employees is indicative of the president's recent decision to chase popularity by playing to the centre-right.
Austerity has caused more than just tear gas usage to rise - heart attacks have spiked in the republic.
One in six Romanians now lives abroad. How has this wave of emigration transformed their nation? Photography by Petrut Calinescu.
The Arctic spring.
Peter Wilby's "First Thoughts" column.
Perhaps the Russian oligarchs’ days of hassle-free, tax-free, risk-free banking are finally over...
Greece's opposition leader on meeting with Labour officials, and his views on the "self-destructive" Cyprus bailout.
Chancellor says Brits in Cyprus on military or government service will be protected from the levy.
It's not just Berlusconi...
For centuries the Germans were at war with a shifting cast of hostile neighbours. Upheavals in the 19th century and two world wars brought about a settlement, but Germany today is both too strong and too weak to assume its rightful position in world polit
A letter from the border.
Government resigns as high electricity bills force people onto the streets.