Co-operation - Weimar Triangle needs a few more notes

Published on 8 February 2011 at 16:02


Weimar Triangle needs a few more notes

Gazeta Wyborcza

At their February 7 meeting in Warsaw the Polish, German and French leaders agreed to bolster their trilateral cooperation. High time, writes Gazeta Wyborcza, to counter fears of a two-tier EU.



Rape - has Sweden got it wrong?

Le Monde

The ongoing case to extradite WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange from the UK to Sweden, where he is accused of sexual assault and rape, has triggered a major debate about the issue of sexual consent.



High profile crackdowns to please EU




Basque left breaks with ETA

El Correo



Sentences served, but still in jail

Die Tageszeitung



Diplomatic anger over secret burial

De Volkskrant



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