Europe

“Panama Papers”… are still burning April 25, 2016 08:52

“Panama Papers”… are still burning

The investigation into the mysterious web of limited companies whose prime raison d’être is to hide wealth is uncovering as many suspects as it [...]
 
The forgotten ones of Calais and their endless nightmare April 17, 2016 03:39

The forgotten ones of Calais and their endless nightmare

Around 6,000 people continue to live in squalor in Calais, amongst which are more than 400 unaccompanied children whose future is unclear. Meanwhile, people [...]
 
Diego Gómez Pickering & his political dialogue with the UK April 3, 2016 21:55

Diego Gómez Pickering & his political dialogue with the UK

He has been the Mexican Ambassador to the United Kingdom for two and half years, and his role is based on strengthening existing bilateral [...]
 
 
Spring Spanish Film Festival April 3, 2016 00:34

Spring Spanish Film Festival

From the 14th to 17th of April, Spanish art will be the protagonist in the English Capital. A number of films in the line-up [...]
 
European Union:  end of a strategy? March 6, 2016 14:19

European Union: end of a strategy?

The neoliberal model in place in the European Union has not only led to a fundamental attack on the Welfare State but is damaging [...]
 
Molenbeek: a place for radicals and radicalisation? February 28, 2016 01:34

Molenbeek: a place for radicals and radicalisation?

Suspicions of attacks, terrorist threats and police investigations are becoming daily life in today’s Europe. In the work to untangle the plots all roads [...]
 
 
European migration tragedy:  children… the biggest victims February 27, 2016 08:03

European migration tragedy: children… the biggest victims

More than 60,000 people arrived in what is called the ‘Old Continent’ in January, a figure several times greater than the 5,500 recorded in [...]
 
The EU: A predictable death? January 31, 2016 19:34

The EU: A predictable death?

The EU faces a challenging year and a possible community partnership. 2016 has unfinished business for the bloc and the rebellious attitude of some [...]
 
Afghanistan braces itself for the worst January 31, 2016 10:58

Afghanistan braces itself for the worst

But the worst, if it hasn’t already arrived, is likely to do so very soon. This was indicated in a report by TOLOnews, an [...]
 
 
Greece: fighting to put an end to debt December 6, 2015 11:17

Greece: fighting to put an end to debt

This country is nearing the close of a tumultuous year, which was profoundly marked by three milestones in the calendar when its citizens took [...]
 
Dave Young: a trip to the real Jungle December 6, 2015 11:17

Dave Young: a trip to the real Jungle

The director of “Jungle Life” speaks. While governments are deciding the future of thousands of families of refugees, journalists are looking for a good [...]
 
The refugee crisis in Europe, a  humanitarian and moral duty November 16, 2015 07:54

The refugee crisis in Europe, a humanitarian and moral duty

The European states have a moral obligation to take in victims fleeing warzones, and to treat them humanely. The crisis poses a major challenge [...]
 
 
The Paris attacks November 16, 2015 05:32

The Paris attacks

Islamic State attacks in Paris. Over 130 killed. Another massacre by inhuman terrorists. Hitting at innocent people, simply enjoying their lives. A direct hit [...]
 
The War in Yemen: destroyed by the Arab League November 16, 2015 02:23

The War in Yemen: destroyed by the Arab League

Since bombing started on 25th March, there have been 2,355 deaths in the Asian country according to the Office of the High Commissioner for [...]
 
Migration crisis: Europe  has  lost its moral compass November 9, 2015 07:08

Migration crisis: Europe has lost its moral compass

2015 saw approximately 720,000 immigrants arrive in Europe only to find a mountain of obstacles blocking their way forward in the region’s richest nations [...]
 
 
 

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