Articles by Sofia Lotto Persio
The programme discussed Melania Trump and questions such as "From the East: Husband stealers or perfect wives?"
Controversy surrounding Russia's entry for the 2017 song contest has begun months ahead of the competition.
Robredo resigned from Duterte's cabinet in December after he barred her from attending cabinet meetings.
Robbers lit a smoke bomb to cover their traces and disappear through the crowd in Saint Mark's square.
Man did not resist arrest as he was seen kneeling next to his father's body and praying.
Turkey Deputy PM Numan Kurtulmus denounced killing of dozens of people in the mosque as a "war crime".
It is preparing citizens to react to an enemy attack amid increasing tensions with Pyongyang.
Moscow zoo claims ad damages raccoons' reputation as they will be associated with 'eroticism'.
Centre-right parties feast over historical defeat of Labour as Greens emerge as new political force.
Europe's most active volcano is undergoing a new phase of activity.
Support for populist parties has not diminished despite failing to deliver blow to political stability.
Ever wondered where the expressions 'Double Dutch' and 'going Dutch' come from?
Thousands of people reacted to the minister's post on Facebook, criticising her insensitivity.
The far-right leader's Freedom Party is estimated to have won 19 seats, while Mark Rutte is set to gain 31.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte said the comments were a "disgusting distortion of history".
A complete guide to the first of three crucial elections for Europe in 2017.
Erdogan has repeated his claim that European leaders are behaving like 'Nazis'.
The Dutch "from another soil" think their vote in the election matters, but are unsure about who to vote for.
With two days before the vote, the front runners debated healthcare, immigration and the economy.
The diplomatic tensions continue to escalate as Turkish president keeps attacking the Netherlands.