Barefoot on gravel.
Frank Dor, a man who takes kidneys from healthy people and transplants them into the sick, said: “It is one of the most beautiful things to do.”
Did the Spanish government give any thought to the history of nationalism when they sent police to beat up Catalan voters last Sunday?
The world faces a crisis of leadership highlighted by the Syrian gas attacks.
Britain is debating with itself over Brexit. So says Leo Varadkar, the Irish Taoiseach.
So many questions flow from the bizarre connection of Donald Trump’s election campaign to Russia that it’s easy to forget the important one: why?
Tomorrow Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. We stand on the verge of a second American revolution. Everything is new. The 21st Century so far is noted for the rejection of the old idea of states and the demand for something different.
There’s a war memorial wherever you go.