Debate on the Dublin rules

Today I want to report an interesting interview given to the broadcaster Euronews by the European Union commissioner for Migrations Dimitris Avramopoulos. We are talking about the Dublin Regulation and its possible amendments in order to cope with the current migratory emergency. Here is the link:—eus-migration-commissioner-reflects-on-divisions Good vision.

Forgotten Ukraine

The crisis in Ukraine began in 2014 with the invasion of Crimea by Russia and still continues today between clashes and continuous violations of the ceasefire agreements signed in Minsk. Although it is now forgotten by the media, the crisis continues to reap casualties among civilians and in many villages close to the front life … More Forgotten Ukraine

In memory of Daphne

The woman in the photo is the Maltese blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia, author of one of the blogs most followed by the inhabitants of the small island of the Mediterranean. Daphne was also an investigative journalist who discovered in time almost all the dirty business and corruption in the high spheres of Maltese politics, so … More In memory of Daphne

The desire for independence in Catalonia

In Catalonia, the desire for independence has never been so much: millions of people have shown in Barcelona to ask for the definitive separation from the government of Madrid, considered oppressive and also contrary to the will of the Catalan people. The Spanish government is accused by the Catalan independence of clip the wings to … More The desire for independence in Catalonia

Terror in London

Fear in London this morning: at 8:20 local time an explosion in a subway wagon, the mythical tube, has created panic among travelers who every day use the train to go to work or study. The whole city has fallen into the nightmare of terrorism that has already hit the British capital, causing deaths and … More Terror in London