Politics

Religion and Coronavirus: Testing the Faithful

As coronavirus fears continue to grip southern Europe, many countries are questioning how to approach the pandemic from a religious…

Malta and Cyprus Attempt to Beat Back Coronavirus

Malta and Cyprus are seeing a gradual but steady increase in the number of people that are testing positive for…

Spain’s Heroic Struggle to Turn the Tide

Spain is struggling to handle what is currently the second largest outbreak of Covid-19 within Europe, after Italy. The country…

Europe’s New Migration Crisis

As desperate migrants flee Syria, Turkey has become little more than a stopover. Already home to an estimated 3.6 million…

Covid-19: How Will Europe Cope?

In a matter of weeks, new cases of Covid-19 dropped off in China but exploded everywhere else, with the World…

The Floodgates Open as Europe Finds Itself Underwater

At least 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in an airstrike in northern Syria on February 27th, kicking off a round…

Portugal Takes on Fake Drugs to Save Tourism

If you’re offered drugs in Lisbon, there’s a decent chance that they’re fake. Those who live in the central touristy…

It’s Not the Germs That’ll Get You

The coronavirus has taken the world by storm. The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared it a global emergency late…

Spain’s Rhodes Law Seeks to Prevent Child Abuse

On February 10th, Spain’s Unidas Podemos leader and Deputy Prime Minister Pablo Iglesias of the new coalition government announced that…

Parliament Dissolves as North Macedonia Vies for Accession

North Macedonia is set to hold new elections on April 12th, a full eight months earlier than expected. Not long…
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