Learn about Italian citizenship including the laws regarding who can apply and a checklist of what you need to become a citizen of Italy.
The Carnation Revolution hit Portugal on the 25th April 1974. It was one of the most peaceful political revolutions in history.
On July 13, 2016, Theresa May became the United Kingdom’s second female Prime Minister after Margaret Thatcher.
Mark Meechan (Count Dankula) has recently been convicted of "grossly offensive" hate speech after posting a video of his girlfriend's dog carrying out the Nazi salute. Will this case set a horrifying precedent for future convictions of hate speech in the UK, a grey area that remains very ambiguous?
Treason is serious crime against your own country. When that crime is committed by a peer of the realm with rank and privilege, the deed or deeds ought to be severely dealt with - but are they always?
Estonia has started implementing its plan to have fast-charging electric vehicle (EV) stations nation-wide, including its largest islands.
EU Habitat Directives means turf cutters are not allowed to cut turf anymore. If you break the rules you will face a very large fine.
The European Union already weak is being overburdened by a flood of refugees who seek not to assimilate, but to dominate.
The small country of Northern Ireland has occupied a large part of the global headlines during the last 40 years. Learn about the cause of the violence and how it can be stopped here.
The now infamous quote by Theresa May stating "Brexit means Brexit" is coming under increasing scrutiny as complications arrive as Britain attempts to leave the EU.