His chief rival, Marine Le Pen, was campaigning as the “candidate of the forgotten” years before Donald Trump entered politics.
A Baklava shop tells the bittersweet story of Turkey's refugees.
Refugee children are increasingly being forgotten once they arrive on the continent.
When asked whether their country is a democracy, Russians struggle to find a comprehensive answer.
Should we welcome or resist developments like the plan to transform a former concentration camp in Montenegro into a luxury hotel?
Labour cannot leave the question of reforming the EU to the right.
Were the recent Cologne sex attacks a deliberate assault on western values and a middle-class sense of decency?
Why can't we always take sexual assault as seriously as we do when migrants and Muslims are involved as perpetrators?
In 1975, Labour divided over Europe. In 1983, they were split - and crushed. Will the same happen to the Tories today?
Let’s just keep sticking up for the women. As far as being a black man of African descent goes, the racists in Germany and elsewhere hate us anyway.
More must - and can - be done to prevent families being torn apart.
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