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After the Second World War, thousands left Italy to move to socialist Yugoslavia. Ttwo new studies on the basis of unpublished documentation

In Volos, central Greece, people are struggling for the quality of air and for public ownership of water

25 years in search of Selma: the child disappeared in 1995 during the capture of Srebrenica

Multimedia

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Political parties do not seem to take cybersecurity seriously. Yet, there are dangers for their members’ data, their executives’ communications, and even their countries’ infrastructure....
video iconHow agriculture changes in Serbia
Temperatures are rising, winds are blowing the humus away and extreme weather events are increasing: a problem for agriculture in Serbia. A video report
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For nearly two weeks Bulgaria has been shaken by street demonstrations against the Borisov government. The heart of the mobilization is the center of the capital Sofia, where thousands of...

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In more than 35,000 European municipalities, average temperatures have risen by more than 2°C over the last fifty years. From big cities to small villages, the climate crisis reaches every corner of Europe – but citizens are rising up, and people in power are finally taking action 

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