What hit the art headlines ten years ago?

Join the carriage for a whistle-stop tour of what the art world was concerned about in 2006. Tomma Abts won the Turner prize in 2006, after being nominated for her...

Ukraine’s ‘anti-communist laws’ stir controversy

KIEV – Such an everyday influence has lead way for a set of four new laws governing what is deemed as “unacceptable communism.” Such anti-communist attitudes have prospered within...

Ukraine asks Facebook for support

KIEV - Pro-Ukraine bloggers state that the suspension of their Facebook accounts has been caused by “the Kremlin bots” controlled by Russian government with the aim to prevent the...

UK re-elects Tories, electorate in shock

After a result no one could predict, the UK General Elections ends with a re-elected Prime Minister and tremendous victories and losses for the constestant parties. Throughout the months that preceded the...

General Election 2015: Millions registered to vote in the UK’s most contested election yet

Follow the general election live on The Global Panorama LONDON - Millions of voters all across the UK are rushing to the polling stations. Six weeks of campaigning will finally provide...

Ukraine denied a peacekeeping mission

EU limits its involvement in civilian assistance after President Poroshenko asks for peacekeepers to be sent to Eastern Ukraine KIEV—The Minsk II Agreement has been described as the “last chance”...

Greece will need to tap €2bn to pay its workers

Different parts of the state administration have been lending Greece money to be able to pay the workers ATHENS - Greece will need to acquire €2 billion in order to pay...

Metadata: Australia’s new data retention law explained

Australian parliament passed metadata retention bill which allows government agencies and telecommunications companies to store metadata for up to two years. CANBERRA - The Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention)...

German MP on trial for child pornography possession

German MP Sebastian Edathy is to pay a fine of €5000 for a charge of possessing child pornography BERLIN - German MP Sebastian Edathy has been found guilty of his...

Ukraine crisis: Fighting still ongoing despite ceasefire

Hopes for the peace vanish as the fighting is ongoing despite a ceasefire agreement between Ukrainian and Russian sides reached just a few days ago KIEV - Special Monitoring Mission...