Tag: asylum seekers

Abortion is legal in Austria within the first three months of pregnancy, after consultation with a doctor. And every year, around 30,000 abortions are performed in the country. Women of colour make up for more than a third of those who undergo an abortion, and nearly half of them are foreign-born. Why is this? (More…)

For thousands of years, Samos was known as the idyllic homeland of Pythagoras, a land of white wine. And for decades, a destination for sun-hungry tourists. (More…)

Greece is a niche subject. That is if the street art of the German capital is the decider. Off the walls for the better part of the last decade, Athens hasn’t figured prominently since the 2008 economic crisis, when it appeared everywhere. That is, until now. (More…)

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

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