Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
Summer came late to the Costa del Sol his year they say- but now the humid heat is searing.
Nobody moves inside the white stucco walls and pantiles which is the new-as-old style of the Casares del Mar holiday apartment complex. (more…)
Afghanistan’s leading presidential candidates have disputed the election results since the first round of voting in April. The potential for political implosion is very real now.
The chimneys of Mariupol – where one the the biggest integrated steelworks in the world dominates the city skyline outside for miles – the new strategic significance in Ukraine.
From everyone here, tales of how the IS come into your town or village and offer you the chance to convert to Islam, get out of town and your home – or be killed by bullet or beheading.
Thousands of Iraqis, predominantly from the minority Yazidi ethnic and Christian groups, have fled to mountainous regions to escape an advance by Islamic State fighters in northern Iraq.
Summer happens. Get over it. Surely we don’t need safety advice for normal weather events?
This is precisely the kind of act guaranteed to wipe the gloss of the weekend euphoria as US Secretary of State John Kerry flew in to Kabul to broker a deal between arch-rivals.
A 24 per cent spike in civilian casualties in Afghanistan in the first half of 2014 suggests the Taliban and other insurgent groups are on the march again.
You can’t really complain about a shadow over Rangers and the effect on the club’s value when the club itself has broken the rules.