Italy

When the going gets tough, the tough take a gap year

Will I survive the year in Italy, stay tuned folks…

One year since Giulio Regeni’s disappearance, there is still a long way to go

A year onwards: could we do more?

Italy sanctions Egypt over stalled Regeni investigation

The Cambridge postgrad was abducted and tortured in Egypt early this year.

University officials condemned by senior Italian minister over Regeni murder

Cambridge University faces the wrath of Italian government over claims that the University did not cooperate with the search for justice for Giulio Regeni.

UK Government criticised in Human Rights Report over Regeni’s murder

The UK “has not been supporting the Italian authorities as forcefully as [Regeni’s] murder deserved”.

UK government FINALLY responds to the murder of Giulio Regeni

“We are appalled by Giulio Regeni’s murder.”

The Murder of Giulio Regeni should shock Cambridge students

The harsh realities of Middle Eastern dictatorships have inserted themselves into the Cambridge community in brutal fashion

Two Cambridge academics write an open letter to Egyptian President after the death of Giulio Regeni

You can sign it too

Balotelli Snubs Union

Man City striker, Mario Balotelli, has rejected an invite to speak at the Union.

Interrailing Made Easy

SUZANNE BURLTON offers her Interrailing pearls of wisdom, minimising the organisation you need to do independently.

Review: As You Desire Me

Although it took a while to warm up this play might just sate your desire for intelligent theatre.