With historical photos and traditional music, this interactive game takes you inside the head of a refugee fleeing persecution.
It may be pseudoscience, but the bitter cacao bean is becoming the drug of choice at wild raves around the world.
Familiar faces are lining up to replace Theresa May, but the job isn’t about to get any easier.
Brooklyn native Avi Feldman is hoping to revive a population that, in official terms, does not legally exist.
With Netflix ramping up its European offerings, traditional broadcasters on the Continent could turn to drastic solutions.
Cuts in the police force coupled with austerity measures are leading to a wave of knife crime in the U.K.
Let’s be honest, a second Brexit vote is not going to settle this matter. Let’s make it best two out of three.
Swedish literary critic Mikaela Blomqvist, 31, is bringing a new perspective to an old, male institution.
From helping immigrants or the elderly to building their economies, once-hesitant governments are now warming to the notion of sharing.
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For two decades, parties like the center-right European People’s Party have dominated EU politics. That’s changing now.
Ten thousand Swiss youth broke a Guinness record and solidified Switzerland’s role in the design world in the process.
Threats against members of Parliament are at “unprecedented” levels.
- Fast Forward
The French, with their 35-hour workweek and café culture, might be poised to attract the next great tech talent.
- Good Sh*t
The art world first welcomed Olaf Breuning’s satirical style in the ’90s. Now, he’s using social media to stay relevant.