Al Jazeera Blogs


<P>Despite Jerome Kerviel's losses being apparently unintentional, and the fact that he did not redistribute the $5.85bn he caused his bank to lose to the poor, the "rogue trader" is seen by many in France as a Robin Hood figure.</P>

Last Modified: 8 Jun 2010 20:11

<p>Al Jazeera catches up with Robert Cooper, Director-General of the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU, to discuss Turkish accession, future expansion and the euro's current woes.</p>

Last Modified: 23 May 2010 15:23

<P>For most of us who've covered UK elections, we're used to seeing the loser leave, and the winner walk in immediately. We are unused to the hurried talks, detailed discussions and the hard bargaining of coalition building.</P>

Last Modified: 9 May 2010 22:06

<P>Even though flights from Heathrow, where I had been covering the UK election, were not grounded, the Icelandic volcano was ruining holidays and business trips</P>

Last Modified: 8 May 2010 18:33

<P>Outside Britain's seat of power, Alan Fisher witnesses a game of "political poker" as Gordon Brown, the UK prime minister, clings to office.</P>

Last Modified: 7 May 2010 11:34