The Washington Post : Europe
08h00 27  février
Inside Russia’s mass arrests: Claims of beatings, threats and war’ against rights monitors
Robyn Dixon
More than 11,000 people were arrested during protests for jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Their stories are starting to emerge.
18h04 26  février
Prince Harry defends his public service and the queen urges Brits to get their covid jabs, in dueling royal interviews
Karla Adam
The back-to-back TV appearances came as the Sussexes and the palace continue to hash out their differences.
16h19
U.K. Supreme Court rules woman who joined Islamic State as teen cannot return to Britain
Adam Taylor
The right to a fair hearing does not trump all other considerations, such as the safety of the public, the court said in a statement.
08h00 27  février
Inside Russia’s mass arrests: Claims of beatings, threats and war’ against rights monitors
Robyn Dixon
More than 11,000 people were arrested during protests for jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Their stories are starting to emerge.
18h04 26  février
Prince Harry defends his public service and the queen urges Brits to get their covid jabs, in dueling royal interviews
Karla Adam
The back-to-back TV appearances came as the Sussexes and the palace continue to hash out their differences.
16h19
U.K. Supreme Court rules woman who joined Islamic State as teen cannot return to Britain
Adam Taylor
The right to a fair hearing does not trump all other considerations, such as the safety of the public, the court said in a statement.
11h00
One woman’s bomb-filled garden in Nagorno-Karabakh points to lingering perils from war
Jack Losh
Unexploded munitions dot the enclave after last year’s fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
05h00
The end of Cold War thinking
Ishaan Tharoor
On the 75th anniversary of a defining Cold War moment, does the U.S. need to devise a strategy of containment for China?
14h30 25  février
A megachurch was one of France’s first covid clusters. One year on, 600 members sang and mourned in an indoor service.
Rick Noack
The Open Door evangelical church in Mulhouse remains divisive.
17h05 24  février
German court convicts Syrian ex-intelligence officer in historic torture trial
Loveday Morris
A court in Koblenz on Wednesday sentenced the former officer to four-and-a-half years in prison.
11h00
In a forgotten attic, a Moldovan photographer found 4,000 images of vanished village life
David Stern
Victor GaluÈ ca, a Moldovan filmmaker and photographer, happened upon what he called a treasure: some 4,000 negatives documenting village life in the former Soviet republic from the 1950s through the 1970s by an unheralded Moldovan photographer.
16h16 23  février
A Spanish rapper was arrested for tweets praising terrorists and mocking royals. Then the protests began.
Adam Taylor
Since Pablo Hasél’s arrest a week ago, there have been protests every night in major Spanish cities.
13h49
Georgian opposition leader arrested, deepening the political crisis in the South Caucasus country
Isabelle Khurshudyan
Nika Melia was dragged from his party headquarters early Tuesday, less than a week after Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia suddenly resigned over the plans to arrest him.
19h55 22  février
First real-world coronavirus vaccine data in Britain show decline in infections, hospitalizations after first dose
William Booth
Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined next steps in lifting the country’s third national lockdown, an exit road map intended to be cautious but also irreversible.
18h04
E.U. imposes sanctions on Russian officials after Navalny imprisonment
Michael Birnbaum
The action follows a disastrous visit by the E.U. foreign policy chief to Moscow this month.
11h17
RIP Kevin’: Peacock who became a London lockdown symbol of hope is killed by foxes
Jennifer Hassan
The bright blue bird swiftly became a local treasure, weaving color through the darkness of the pandemic.
05h00
France and the spectral menace of Islamo-leftism’
Ishaan Tharoor
Ahead of elections next year, France’s political establishment has found its bogeyman.
21h28 21  février
Can I choose my covid vaccine? Strong opinions on Oxford vs. Pfizer emerge in U.K.
William Booth
Some people want the English one. Some want the posh one.
17h18 20  février
In a Russian court, Alexei Navalny loses again but still has the last word
Robyn Dixon
The opposition leader has used his trials to ram home his message that the Russian justice system is a sham.
19h01 19  février
Prince Harry and Meghan lose their patronages, won’t return as working royals’
William Booth
Queen Elizabeth II confirmed that the couple could not keep the perks if they did not put in the work.
14h27
Britain’s Supreme Court rules Uber drivers are ’workers’ entitled to minimum wage and paid vacation
Karla Adam
The ruling is a high-profile loss for the company and its business model.
11h00
Oxford vaccine developers Sarah Gilbert and Andrew Pollard on working under the world’s microscope
William Booth
The last time there was such intense interest in health science was four decades ago.
05h00
The pandemic leads to new forms of inequality
Ishaan Tharoor
From vaccine distribution to big-city life, the pandemic is accelerating growing global divides.