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BBC News Europe Producer. Based in Brussels, will travel.
Over 100,000 irregular migrants have arrived in #Greece this year. More than 400% rise on 2014 - and this, when Greece is beginning negotiations on a third international bailout to save its financial future. Most migrants pass on through to northern Europe - but the most desperate need to stay in...
Estonian PM Taavi Roivas interviewed by BBC Europe Editor Katya Adler, in Tallinn.
Another critical week looms in #Greece. The new government is defiant - and the Troika is its enemy. Chris Morris explains - with the help of music & metaphor - what the Troika is. Producer is Lucy Burns.
Everything you need to know about Greek politics today in 2 mins 25 seconds - @BBCChrisMorris reports, @inglesi produces. #ekloges #syriza
A new way forward #Syriza #Tsipras - @BBCChrisMorris reports from Athens, I produce.
Last gasp campaigning - piece for @BBCR4Today including a Cretan mandolin, the Clash and an excl int with Alexis Tsipras - @BBCChrisMorris reports, I produce
#Greece holds a general election on Sunday - and after two international bailouts and five years of savage cuts it looks like the radical left coalition #Syriza will lead the next government. It wants to end austerity and renegotiate Greece's huge debt burden. But politicians from Germany and...
#Greece might soon be heading for another general election in which the radical opposition party Syriza could come to power. The Greek parliament will hold a first round of voting today in the country's Presidential election. If parliament fails to approve the government's candidate after three...
While the Berlin Wall stood, people tried many different routes to escape the East. Jens & Marion took an extreme way out - via China. Only one of them made it to the West. Jenny Hill's report starts at the Berlin Wall memorial. For BBC Radio 4 Today Programme with Piers Scholfield producing.
Our last day in the #Kobane area - from west to east along the border - air strikes, ferocious street fighting; and a big crowd of Kurds in the village of Dewsan - gathering to show solidarity with their cousins across the border. Including a Finnish Kurd called Martin, who used to work on the...
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2nd Feb 2012 marks the 30th anniversary of the massacre at Hama. Under President Hafez al Assad - father of the current Syrian leader, government troops entered the town to put down an uprising by what they described as muslim terrorists. Estimates of the dead range from 10,000 to well over...