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gallery iconCybersecurity and politics
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....
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After Covid-19 reached a small village in Georgia - last spring - birds occupied empty schoolyards, wall clocks ticked louder, people began to remember what they saw in their dreams at ni...
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In November, in Taraclia, southern Moldova, it is harvest time. In this photogallery Piotr Velixar meets a family of winemakers

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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 

Rijeka – European Capital of Culture 2020

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