Elsewhere in Europe, the Kilkenomics festival is in swing in Ireland.
The event is a place where economics and comedy meet — it’s been described as the Davos World Economic Forum, but with jokes.
This year, the stars of the festival are the bad-boy former finance minister of Greece (Yanis Varoufakis) and Ireland’s gradually improving economy. The BBC’s Manuela Saragosa visited Kilkenny, Ireland to join all the action.
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