Is Britain now on course to leave the EU?
Could the UK leave the European Union? Well, it could be the British people themselves who to get to decide. Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday promised to hold a referendum on whether to stay in the EU or leave, provided his Conservative party wins the next election in 2015. Inside Europe spoke about Cameron's speech with UK correspondent Lars Bevanger.50 years of Franco-German friendship
Fifty years ago, France and Germany sought reconciliation and resolved never to return to their dark past. Back in 1963 when the treaty was signed in Paris by Konrad Adenauer and Charles de Gaulle, Germany and France were only just emerging from the devastation of the Second World War. Our Paris correspondent John Laurenson tells us what the French and Germans really make of each other these days.The crisis in Mali reaches the suburbs of Paris
France is home to about 100,000 people from Mali. And they're closely watching the fast-moving events in their homeland, where French and West African forces are helping the government beat back Islamist extremists. One of the biggest Malian communities is located in the Paris suburb of Montreuil - earning it the nickname of "little Bamako." Lisa Bryant visited the town and has this report.The masterpieces collecting dust in Geneva
Which is the world's best art museum? Where can you see the most famous or valuable works of art? Is it the Louvre in Paris? The British Museum in London? Or the Museum of Modern Art in New York? Well, as it happens, some very famous works are stored in some very unlikely places … and the chances of seeing them are pretty unlikely too. Imogen Foulkes has more from Geneva.It's risky business trying to leave gangs in Denmark
Denmark's prison service claims that scores of convicts are queuing up to leave criminal gangs. The service is working to help defectors from groups like the Hells Angels and rival immigrant street gangs create new crime free lives. But trying to abandon a criminal past can be hazardous as Malcolm Brabant reports from Copenhagen.Will privatization give Spanish healthcare a shot in the arm?
The economic crisis in Spain has led to a barrage of austerity measures and reforms by the conservative government of Mariano Rajoy. But the country's regional governments are also reforming and tightening their belts. In Madrid, healthcare workers are up in arms over plans supposedly aimed at making their sector more efficient. Guy Hedgecoe has more.Life behind bars in Turkey's maximum security prisons
A new film in Turkey is causing a stir by revealing the harsh conditions of the country's F Type prisons. These special jails mostly house people convicted of terrorist offences and political prisoners. They's supposed to comply with EU standards. But the film has raised concerns about the harsh conditions within the prisons. Dorian Jones reports from Istanbul.European court ruling forces UK to mull prisoner voting rights
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Britain must allow prisoners to vote. The coalition government is considering a number of options to help it comply with the judges demands, but it's not going down well with the British public. Ashley Byrne has been speaking to victims, former prisoners and policy makers in the North West of England.