BerlinWith only four days to go the German parliamentary election, some thought-provoking posters have popped up in the center of Berlin, just a stone's throw from the parliament building, the Reichstag.
French riot police discovered this week that they had been booked in the same hotel as the migrants whose camp they had just cleared out.
WashingtonA US defense budget contains a small amendment which could lead to a ban on broadcasting RT in America. The architects of the provision, are Senators McCain and Graham, the usual anti-Russian suspects.
BrusselsA Brussels police officer is currently behind bars because he had been leaking information to terrorist suspects about investigations against them.
MoscowGeneral Sergei Rudskoi, a Russian military spokesman suggested during a media briefing that the "US Secret Services" has had a tough week in Syria.
Ever heard of "justice pricing"? The man behind a policy based on charging higher admission to white males says he used a Muslim name to promote it because he was concerned about a backlash that could risk his safety.
HelsinkiFinland is suffering a dire demographic fate. Bloomberg reported that Finland, a first-rate place in which to be a mother, has nevertheless registered the lowest number of newborns in nearly 150 years.
BarcelonaWith less than two weeks to go for the scheduled referendum on secession from Spain by Catalonia, Spanish national police continue their searches for voting papers and ballot boxes to confiscate in an attempt to stop the vote.
LondonNigel Farage has threatened to stop paying his TV licence unless the BBC apologises for a report inwhich it stated that Farage "had blood on his hands".
ReimsThe University of Reims, URCA, said it could no longer guarantee the safety of students and has been forced to close temporarily after being illegally occupied by migrants.