Palestinians in the West Bank, quickly being sealed off behind a barrier, continue to live their lives in limbo. Kit Gillet looks at the reality on the ground following the collapse of the latest round of peace talks with Israel
On the Road with Football’s Outsiders
VP Joe Biden is making the highest level US visit to Cyprus in 50 years, after a European court last week ordered Turkey to pay Cyprus for its 1974 invasion of the island.
British media and politicians warned that work-seeking Romanians and Bulgarians were set to swarm the UK this year. Except they never did, according to new government figures.
The complications and contradictions of China in a time of great change
Investors trying to gauge whether the Ukraine crisis has turned the corner or is headed for further escalation will likely get some important cues in the next few weeks.
A trip along the length of the second longest river in Europe
Few countries straddle the line between Russia and the European Union’s spheres of influence like Moldova, but that balancing act is fast approaching a crucial junction
Assessing the problems facing Romania's capital, where hundreds of ornate buildings in the historic centre are in real danger of collapse
Russian military drills have been reported in Trandsniester, a strip of land sandwiched between Ukraine and Moldova
Making long-term predictions about precipitation is virtually impossible. But scientists believe that the recent proliferation of heavy rainfall events and heatwaves is proof that climate change is taking hold.
Russia's annexation of Crimea could have "profound adverse consequences for trade and investments between Ukraine and Russia.
With the Crimea crisis souring relations between Russia and the European Union, many European nations are increasingly concerned about their heavy reliance on Russia for natural gas.