That smooth-tasting Americano you need every morning? You have a German housewife-turned-entrepreneur to thank.
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Personal memories of the Bosnian War inspired Jasminko Halilovic to create a museum that explores growing up in wartime.
The sport’s popularity is emerging as a way to take advantage of the country’s economic and political chaos.
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Vilma and Paolo Stella are the last urban farmers in Turin, Italy, where “urban farming” means tractors and overalls, not hydroponics and gentrification.
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Ailbhe and Isabel Keane saw a gap in the market … and filled it with color and design for wheelchair users.
Ireland’s boom years are long gone, but the Celtic Tiger’s tax breaks for foreigners are gifts that keep on giving.
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Led by Faye Jarvis, a group of attorneys at a London law firm is working pro bono on an overdue reckoning.
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Next up in the Brexit imbroglio: new U.K. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab. But what does it mean?