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07
DEC

Inside Europe 06.12.2018

A victory for the Yellow Vests in France - George Soros-funded university is forced out of Hungary - The far-right makes gains in Spain - Ireland advances the Occupied Territories Bill - Uncertain times in Mariupol - Boom and bust for Turkey’s construction industry - The Dutch clergy rally to prevent a deportation – The Dutchman who wants to change his age - An Italian man who's also a mother.
30
NOV

Inside Europe 29.11.2018

Irish concerns over Brexit deal - Could Russia and Ukraine's naval standoff escalate to a war? - Making Waves for refugees in Berlin – Yellow Vest protests over fuel tax hikes in France - Dutch rail to pay compensation for transporting Jews to Nazi death camps – Latvia to publish files on KGB agents – ‘Black Pete sparks protests in the Netherlands – Greek kids pay the price for austerity.
23
NOV

Inside Europe 22.11.2018

The OPCW to name and shame those behind chemical weapons attacks - The growing rift between Italy and the EU – Italy's divisive debate on divorce - The Czech Republic's same-sex marriage debate – The AfD introduces a controversial online platform for kids - Former prime minister of Macedonia claims asylum in Hungary – Separating church and state in Greece - We try out Sweden's new McVegan burger.
16
NOV

Inside Europe 15.11.2018

The possibility of a Polexit – The EU and Magnitsky sanctions - Which British sandwich filling has the worst carbon footprint? – The tourism boom in Iceland - Austria celebrates 100 years of being a republic - Greek universities are plagued with drug addicts and dealers – The countdown to the European elections – A new way to see graffiti
09
NOV

Inside Europe 08.11.2018

What the US midterm election results mean for Europe – Growing support for Spain's right-wing Vox party - 100 years since the end of World War I - Germany commemorates the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht - What to do about state corruption in Hungary? - Are renewables and reforestation enough to stop global warming – How to be a polyglot - We visit Europe's oldest distillery.
02
NOV

Inside Europe 01.11.2018

The end of Merkel's era in Germany – Are NATO's military exercises out of touch with the times? - Moscow wants to roll out face recognition technology - Brexit and the British rush to buy real estate in France - Marriage equality in the Czech Republic – Saving the Alps from the rigors of tourism – Courting Europe's pink vote – Ireland and citizenship – The Third Man draws tourists to Vienna
25
OCT

Inside Europe 25.10.2018

What is Turkey trying to gain after the murder of Khashoggi? - Mixed European reaction to the demise of the nuclear treaty - Greece and illegal migrant pushbacks - Syrian refugees tickle tastebuds in Berlin - Czechoslovakia’s dark century - Are Croatia's Christians and Muslims setting an example - Dire living conditions facing migrant farm workers in Italy - Celebrating a musical masterpiece.
19
OCT

Inside Europe 18.10.2018

Brexit and the Irish border roadblock - The political fallout of Bavaria’s elections - Hungary bans homelessness – Venezuelans flee to Spain - The Czech connection in the Skripal poisoning - Ireland's upcoming referendum on blasphemy - German actor Jonas Nay talks about filming his latest spy thriller Deutschland 86 - The world's first Saber Fighting School in Moscow.
12
OCT

Inside Europe 12.10.2018

The EU sends asylum seekers back to Afghanistan, but is it safe? — Was the brutal murder of Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova linked to her work? — The revival of Christian pilgrimages in France — Serbia hosts a major NATO exercise — Why Romania's same-sex marriage referendum was a huge failure.
04
OCT

Inside Europe: 04.10.2018

How Germany's new immigration laws are opening the door for non-EU citizens to work in the country - Macedonia's name-change referendum - Greece's failure to cope with a mounting humanitarian crisis - France's presidency in crisis after the country's interior minister quits - Istanbul's flourishing street art scene - legendary French singer and actor Charles Aznavour.
28
SEP

Inside Europe 27.09.2018

Donald Trump's new man in Brussels talks about transatlantic ties - How EU companies plan to sidestep US sanctions on Iran - Italy's new anti-migrant law - New Polish movie upsets the Catholic Church - Northern Ireland under pressure to legalize abortions - Calls to ban the use of cages in animal farming - Campaigning against the far-right in eastern Germany – The future of fracking in England
21
SEP

Inside Europe 20.09.2018

The head of Germany's spy agency is fired. And promoted – Czech leader says no asylum for 50 Syrian orphans - The Dutch revolutionize grocery home deliveries - Turkey detains hundreds of airport construction workers in Istanbul - A dramatic U-turn by Spain on sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia - Ireland officially lifts ban on abortion - Germany's Hambach Forest: a battleground for climate action.

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