Britain votes for Brexit: Europe's biggest test

By euro topics on June 24, 2016

For the first time in history a country has voted to leave the EU. Just under 51.9 percent of British voters cast their ballots in favour of Brexit, while 48.1 percent voted to remain. Prime Minister Cameron has announced his resignation. Is this just a warning for the Union to get its act together or the beginning of the end?

Euro 2016: Wales, hear the dragon roar

By Gwenno Edwards on June 23, 2016

The 2016 UEFA European Football Championships are underway in France. With the competition extended to 24 teams, Euro 2016 promises a longer tournament, with several sides making their grand debut. Cafébabel gives you a run down of a few of the national sides, covering the general mood, some quick predictions and even current fashion trends. It's Cymru's turn to shine.

Map of the Week: Where can gay men give blood in Europe?

By cafebabel pl on June 14, 2016

After the shooting that took place last Saturday night in an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida, local authorities put out a call for blood donations to help those wounded in the attacks. Yet, in the US, sexual active gay men cannot give blood until one year after their last homosexual encounter. What’s the situation like in European countries?

Termini Underground: Dancing as integration in Italy

By Lidija Pisker on June 8, 2016

Under the platforms of Rome's largest station, the hum of commuter traffic gives way to a different kind of sound. The Termini Underground dance studio helps integrate migrants into Italian society through hip-hop and breakdancing. While departing trains might shake the walls of the studio, it's the performers who shake it out on the floor.