A week of horrible carnage, and more pain as the powerful take refuge in clichéd policies that once again turn the wheel of violence.
The unity in Portugal has been made possible by a very evident left turn on the part of the Socialist Party.
The German political scene is in turmoil and such turbulence has opened the way to healthy change, but now, in my view, it can lead to great dangers.
If there is a lesson to be drawn from the Nov. 1 Turkish elections, it is that fear works.
It's important what's going to happen between now and the runoff election.
The UN General Assembly voted on Cuba's resolution calling for "an end to the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed by the U.S. against Cuba."
In Portugal there is a presidential election in January 2016, in which Cavaco Silva's actions will surely be an issue.
The coup in the West African country has evidently been reversed by the opposition of sections of the army loyal to the interim government.
The question of whether Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho will stay on, and on what basis, is the subject of intense negotiations.
After 25 years of unification, annexation, or occupation, the only safe predictions in Germany still seem to be the ones about lunar eclipses.