Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Today's Links : 23th July

After Karadzic, hunt switches to Mladic. Anne Penketh and Vesna Peric Zimonjic, The Independent (en)
A triumph for all of Europe. The Independent (en)
Word on the street: 'I cried with happiness. Today, for the first time, I feel like the war has ended'. Nikolina Sajn, The Independent (en)
Europe to use solar power from Sahara. Foreign Staff, The Times (en) **
EU hits Zimbabwe with new sanctions package. Rory Watson, The Times (en)
Venezuela and Russia forge links. Benedict Mander, The FT (en)
Brussels warns Bulgaria on corruption. Kerin Hope and Theodor Troev, The FT (en)
Judges to decide fate of Turkey’s ruling party. Vincent Boland,
Comment: How to restore European resilience. Holger Schmieding, The FT (en) **
Berlusconi wins immunity from prosecution. The FT (en)
Italian shock that realised Mestrallet’s dream. Paul Betts, The FT (en)
£37bn plan to power EU with the Saharan sun. Alok Jha, The Guardian (en)
A new thaw in EU-Russia relations? Edward McMillan-Scott, The Guardian (en)
Protocol be damned: how Juan Carlos became the cuddly king. Lucy Mangan, The Guardian (en)