Author: Sean Quinn
Sean Quinn is a barrister and scriptwriter. When not searching for new hiking trails, she can be found obsessing about politics and film.

Chaos reigned on the road between Musso and Dongo, two small towns north of Lake Como. (More…)

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“I’ve applied for Irish citizenship.” Pre-Brexit, this would have been amazing to hear in a cut-glass accent by a late-middle-aged upper-class British woman. But Brexit was looming and she didn’t want any hassle commuting to her country home, in France. (More…)

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Picture this: You are the captain of an NGO rescue ship that has been stranded at sea for weeks awaiting permission to dock at the nearest port. (More…)

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NGO crews patrolling the Mediterranean for refugees have noticed a change in the treatment of some of their ships. (More…)

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Pity Il Capitano. Italy’s macho deputy premier is having a rough week being bested by highly-skilled women. (More…)

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The corpses of security guards lay strewn among broken glass and crumpled cars on Via Fani. A dead body, displayed in fetal position, in the trunk of a red Renault 4 and a dejected, thin-faced man with a wry smile posed before the flag of his captors. (More…)

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