Miro Guzzini's Articles

The Greek referendum is likely to widen the gap between Europe and Greece, as well as dangerously dividing the country itself. Nonetheless, it is also a profoundly democratic reflex

Alexis Tsipras insists that negotiations continue, with EU finance ministers meeting tonight- Default still seems inevitable

Point of no return reached this morning, the pilot must now face four days and nights on his own for a very historic achievement

The new government will be eager to seek allies as it only has minimal support in parliament

Egypt's extradition request is to be assessed Monday by Berlin's high court. Charges against Ahmed Mansour are still unclear, lawyers denounce 'political allegations'

Religious organisations take to the streets as Italian PM Matteo Renzi's government is preparing a civil unions law

Right-wing coalition expected to form a government, with pledges to restrict immigration and re-negotiate aspects of EU relationship

As the fast begins, the Communist Party is encouraging members and public servants not to participate

Beyond a cinematic career spanning six decades, aged 91, the Lord of the Rings actor made the charts with a heavy metal cover

With Expedition 42 safely back from the ISS, an Italian astronaut has set new space travel records

The famous politician and human rights activist is in Beijing to discuss security and the future of economic ties. Many are hoping for a statement on human rights

Ahram Online analyses the results of Turkey’s parliamentary elections

Preliminary results show simple majority for ruling party, yet overall the election remains close. Electoral process hindered by violence in several regions.

Junior minister and regional politicians under investigation over allegedly fraudulent contracts for migrant centres

El-Sisi arrived in Berlin on Tuesday for a two-day visit

The solar-powered aircraft is currently on a pioneering journey around the world

German commentators divided on Egypt ahead of President El-Sisi's visit

The exiled former president receives a new citizenship and a high office in a country battered by civil war

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