You are here

Eurotopics.net

Subscribe to Eurotopics.net feed
euro|topics
Updated: 10 hours 47 min ago

Debate: Djoković gets his marching orders

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
After much back-and-forthing a federal court in Australia has ruled that the revoking of tennis star Novak Djoković's visa was legal. The Serb was classified as a risk by the Australian Department of Immigration and forced to leave the country on the weekend. The European press has little sympathy with the unvaccinated world number one tennis player.
Categories: European Union

Debate: Berlusconi as Italy's president?

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
The election of the successor to Italian President Sergio Mattarella is due to begin in the united chambers of parliament on 24 January. The centre-right parties have agreed on Silvio Berlusconi as their candidate. The ex-premier had all but disappeared from the political scene as a result of various scandals and was banned from office for years. His comeback would be a scandal, the press judges.
Categories: European Union

Don't let him run | ctxt.es - Spain

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
Categories: European Union

Sadly not a joke | La Stampa - Italy

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
Categories: European Union

Debate: High energy costs: Europe shivering in the dark?

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
Electricity and gas prices have risen significantly over the last few months in Europe. They are now roughly a third higher than a year ago and are expected to rise further in 2022. Europe's consumers are increasingly feeling the pinch, especially because the higher energy prices are making food more expensive too. The fact that only very few governments have taken countermeasures does not bode well, warns Europe's press.
Categories: European Union

Debate: Ukraine conflict: can it be defused?

Mon, 01/17/2022 - 12:26
Despite intensive diplomatic efforts, the crisis in the Russian-Ukrainian border region continues. Germany's new Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is now making new attempts to defuse the situation with meetings in Kyiv and Moscow. Europe's press makes suggestions and laments the EU's irrelevance.
Categories: European Union

Debate: Germany: life for Syrian torturer

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 12:19
The Higher Regional Court in Koblenz, Germany, has sentenced Anwar R. to life in prison for crimes against humanity in the world's first criminal trial on state-led torture in Syria. The former director of operations at a Syrian secret service prison is alleged to have been responsible for the systematic torture of at least 4,000 people. Europe's press welcomes the verdict, but sees a need for further action.
Categories: European Union

Pages

THIS IS THE NEW BETA VERSION OF EUROPA VARIETAS NEWS CENTER - under construction
the old site is here

Copy & Drop - Can`t find your favourite site? Send us the RSS or URL to the following address: info(@)europavarietas(dot)org.