Violent groups infiltrated a peaceful climate change march in Paris, smashing shop windows and torching dustbins en route, Kim Willsher of the Guardian reports.
President Trump pressed the Ukrainian president in a July call to investigate Joe Biden’s son, an apparently blatant mixture of foreign policy with his 2020 re-election campaign, New York Times reports.
The euro will pose a fundamental question to the Europeans over the next five years, Jan Techau thinks. Will Europe create political unity where economic integration dictates it?
I hope the answer is yes.
Something this bad has to be good, right?
“This massively enlarged prostate of a film can only make you wince with its badly acted geronto-ultraviolence,” Peter Bradshaw of the Guardian writes.
Astronomers around the world are monitoring an interstellar comet hurtling through the solar system, Marina Koren of the Atlantic reports. It’s the second time in less than two years that an object from another star swing by.
British the Brexit czar Stephen Barclay says EU must take risks with Irish border, Daniel Boffey of the Guardian reports.
As expected, the Europhobic Tories will try to make Europe responsible for their mess.