Minister in trouble The terrorist attacks in Brussels are possibly going to have big consequences for the Dutch Minister of Security and Justice Ard van der Steur.
Radicalization, heavy drinking, bullying and a high profile library ban are just some of the major topics in this week's UK press. Rachel Barr looks
Last week, Norwegian media focused on the referendum in Crimea, a terror attack in Somalia by a Norwegian-Somalian man, and the fact that some import
From sanctions over Crimea to the retirement of a German skiing legend. Maria Wokurka provides a summary of the week in the Bottom Line for Pandeia.
With exactly six months to go before the September 2014 referendum on Scottish Independence, Rachel Barr tests the water of what news on the potential
With news that the president of Bayern Munich has been jailed for tax fraud and Chancellor Angela Merkel warning Russia about its actions in Crimea,
There's been talks, debates and protests across the world this week. From Taiwan and China's historic talks to a question of parody in LA, Pandeia
This week's news has focused on the British Government's response to the Syrian refugee crisis, as well as the trials and tribulations north and south
The Bottom Line nails the big talking points and the lessons to be learned from the past week across the globe. This week, Sean Gibson
This week in France has seen developments in several news stories which shine a light on some of the complexities of French society today. The