Survival at the Russian-Norwegian border, Turkish power ships and the race to alleviate Ukraine's energy misery, the arrest of Italy's most notorious mafia boss and accusations of police violence in Germany. Also: Croatia adopts the euro, an interview with Kosovo's president, Pompeii's lesser known twin reveals its secrets, and the launch of an exciting new investigative podcast.
Shock result in the Netherlands, Finland closes border crossings with Russia, and choppy waters ahead for Spain’s Pedro Sanchez. Also: Erdogan’s double game on the Middle East, Italy's mafia mega-trial, the EU's AI Act, and a night out at the circus.
A deal to retake power in Spain, the Dutch front-runner who does not want to be Prime Minister, David Cameron’s comeback and an update on Ukraine’s NATO membership bid. Also: an inter-faith initiative in Paris, a Living Library in Düsseldorf, intersecting migration journeys in Serbia and a tech summit in…
Migration talks in Berlin, a new pact between Italy and Albania, and Germany's NFL fanbase turns out for the Dolphins. Also: We get a lawyer’s perspective on democratic backsliding in the UK, why 90 Percent of Danish Jews survived the Holocaust, France cracks down on migrant crossings from Italy, and…
Ukraine conflict intensifies, ship-spotting to stop Putin, and an exhibition of Palestinian art in Paris. Also on the show: The Guardian's Ajit Niranjan on his carbon bomb reporting, a visit to a Portuguese wave energy site and a rousing dose of Milanese rap.
Ukraine's worst week of the year, ship-spotting to stop Putin, and an exhibition of Palestinian art in Paris. Also on the show: The Guardian's Ajit Niranjan on his carbon bomb reporting, a visit to a Portuguese wave energy site and a rousing dose of Milanese rap.