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Spanish politicians are spinning the Catalan crisis to suit their own interests | Carlos Delclós
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/oct/21/spanish-politicians-catalan-crisis-nationalism
#Catalonia #Worldnews #Spain #Protest #Thefarright #Europe
 
Prosecutor files charges over 2018 killing of Ján Kuciak and his girlfriend, which sparked mass protests

Slovak authorities have charged four people over the murder of an investigative journalist and his fiancee in a case that led to mass protests against high-level corruption and forced then-prime minister Robert Fico to resign.

A statement by the state prosecutor said the six charges filed over the 2018 killing of Ján Kuciak and his partner, Martina Kušnírová, included premeditated murder.
Slovakia: four people charged over murder of investigative journalist
#Slovakia #Journalistsafety #Europe #Media #Worldnews
 
Local media say 15-year-old boy fell out of seventh-floor window in city of Córdoba

A British child has died in the city of Córdoba in southern Spain, reportedly after falling out of a seventh-floor window while on a school exchange trip.

According to local media, the child was a 15-year-old boy who fatally fell from an apartment block on Saturday at about 11.30pm.
British child dies in Spain 'after falling out of apartment window'
#Spain #UKnews #Europe #Worldnews
 
Europe is fed up with Brexit, but it’s still best for all if Britain stays in | Timothy Garton Ash
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/oct/20/europe-fed-up-brexit-best-stay-in-macron-extension
#Brexit #Europe #Worldnews #UKnews #EuropeanUnion #Foreignpolicy #Politics #BorisJohnson #ViktorOrbán
 
‘Everybody hates us’: on Sofia’s streets, Roma face racism every day
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/oct/20/bulgaria-sofia-racism-roma-everybody-hates-us-anti-gypsy-abuse
#Bulgaria #Roma #GypsiesandTravellers #Race #Europe #Worldnews
 
Oligarchs at war in London over mystery of missing Siberian
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/oct/20/missing-siberian-man-oligarchs-at-war-in-london
#Russia #Worldnews #Politics #Europe #VladimirPutin
 
Investigation launched into safety regime at alluvial mine in remote Krasnoyarsk region

At least 15 gold miners were killed when a dam collapsed, flooding a mining encampment in a remote part of Siberia, officials said.

Heavy rains had weakened the dam and water broke through, sweeping away several cabins where the miners lived, about 100 miles south of the city of Krasnoyarsk.
Dam collapses at Siberian gold mine, killing at least 15 people
#Russia #Europe #Worldnews #Mining
 
MPs delivered their latest defeat to Boris Johnson in accepting an amendment by Oliver Letwin to withhold approval for the prime minster’s Brexit withdrawal agreement until relevant legislation has passed. Find out how the vote broke down, and how each MP voted.
EU withdrawal deal: How did your MP vote on the Letwin amendment?
#Brexit #Politics #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Foreignpolicy #UKnews #Worldnews #HouseofCommons #BorisJohnson #OliverLetwin
 
Matteo Salvini’s League joins rightwing parties in ‘Italian pride’ protest

Thousands of protesters are gathering in Rome for an “Italian pride” rally that brings together the rightwing League of Matteo Salvini, the far-right Brothers of Italy party led by Giorgia Meloni and former premier Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia.

Salvini’s League, which remains Italy’s largest party, called for the mass demonstration to protest against the government forged by two former arch-enemies, the centre-left Democrats and the 5-Star Movement.
Thousands take to streets in Rome for far-right rally
#Italy #Thefarright #Europe #Worldnews #MatteoSalvini
 
Jean-Claude Juncker hits out after missed deadline, saying EU should ‘keep our promises’

Leaders of the EU institutions have condemned the refusal to open membership talks with North Macedonia and Albania as a “historic mistake”.

In a blow to pro-EU politicians in the small Balkan states, EU government leaders missed a deadline to approve the launch of talks.
EU refusal to open talks with Albania and North Macedonia condemned as 'historic mistake'
#NorthMacedonia #Albania #Europe #Worldnews #EuropeanUnion #Jean-ClaudeJuncker #DonaldTusk
 
Polling suggests climate crisis will be a key factor for more than a quarter of voters

More than 27% of Swiss voters say the climate crisis will be a determining factor in their vote, prompting predictions of a green surge and a fall in support for the nationalist Swiss People’s party (SVP) in parliamentary elections on Sunday.

Most voters have already cast their ballots by post in the nationwide poll, which elects 245 members of Switzerland’s federal assembly - 200 to the lower house, known as national council, and 46 to the upper house, the council of states.
Green surge expected in Swiss elections as climate concern grows
#Switzerland #Europe #Worldnews
 
Caffè Greco has welcomed patrons from Charles Dickens to Princess Diana – but a rent hike is forcing the management company out

Stellario Baccellieri has been Caffè Greco’s artist in residence for more than 40 years, capturing the conviviality of Rome’s oldest coffee bar on canvas every day and painting the portraits of its illustrious patrons.

“I’ve seen everything and everyone,” he said on a recent visit by the Guardian, as he pointed towards a closed-off area where the Italian capital’s cultural and political elite would meet to debate in bygone times. “The most important people have been here … this place is not only a bar, it’s a museum.”
'The most important people have been here': Rome's oldest cafe fears closure
#Italy #Worldnews #Europe #Heritage #Culture
 
Beyond the bonhomie at EU summit, leaders fear PM’s deal could meet same fate as his predecessor’s

There wasn’t even a Brexit deal yet when the Democratic Unionist party announced it could not support it. “As things stand we could not support what is being suggested on customs and consent issues and there is a lack of clarity on VAT,” the party said in a dawn statement.

Customs, consent and VAT: three technical issues that have weighty implications for Brexit and the UK’s political future. Customs and consent had been the two big stumbling blocks since serious talks on Boris Johnson’s renegotiation of the Brexit deal began this month. The tricky VAT problem wasn’t yet settled when the DUP put its cards on the table, raising the possibility of the EU’s worst nightmare – a fourth rejection in the Commons of the withdrawal agreement.
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