Our correspondent admits to growing sense of unease as a seemingly endless round of protests continue in Greek capital.
Voters are trying hard to prevent a repeat of electoral fraud that had sparked the Orange Revolution in 2004.
Ten years on from event still shrouded in mystery, Russia's authorities believe there are no more questions to answer.
Former Bosnian-Serb president, standing trial in The Hague, presents himself as a man of medicine and peace.
Parisians divided over offer of millions of Qatari dollars to regenerate some of the city's poorest suburbs.
Plans to replace officers with contractors raise fears over policing for profit.
British hospitals are not royal palaces, but they're both funded the same person - the UK taxpayer.
Privatisation of language services within the UK justice system has led to fears of miscarriages of justice.
WikiLeaks' founder says he hired Sydney lawyers to look into whether he has been defamed by Julia Gillard.
Ordinary people say Syrians are their brothers while those in power have voiced concern over strained relations.
Many feel they have paid too high a price for Saakashvili's reforms, including the eradication of petty corruption.