The decision to charge just one soldier for Bloody Sunday – when 14 people were killed and others seriously injured – is a democratic outrage.
Spain’s minority PSOE (socialist) government has fallen and new elections are scheduled for 28 April.
The protestors of the ‘gilets jaunes’ (yellow vest) movement have inflicted a humiliating defeat on French President Macron. He has been forced to climbdown and, in a Presidential tv address, has offered a series of reforms in order to try to head off the movement, including a €100 a week increase in the minimum wage.
In the course of 2018 the US launched an offensive against China on multiple fronts.
There is a systematic effort by the British government and its allies to renege on its international agreements and treaties in relation to Ireland.
The far right Sweden Democrats did not make the big electoral breakthrough in the latest general election that its supporters had threatened.