• Fifteen Glimpses of Berlin

    By on July 29, 2014

    Berlin is one of the most booming cities in Europe. The desire to break with it's recent past has produced a multicultural city where every street corner is action packed. Musicians, painters, photographers, activists... There's room for everyone in the German capital. This photo gallery will bring you closer to a small community that's emblematic of the vast, youthful web that populates Berlin.


    By on July 19, 2014

    After an aeroplane disappeared under strange circumstances a few months back, a Malaysia Airlines plane has been in the spotlight once again, but with an aircraft accident this time.

  • YouthCan, Tunisian Youth's Turn              

    By on June 30, 2014

    Tunisia's youth are scram­bling to leave their ide­o­log­i­cal dif­fer­ences be­hind and work to­gether as they did three years ago, when they suc­ceeded in over­throw­ing Ben Ali's for­mer regime. Youth­Can is a new or­gan­i­sa­tion that is try­ing to unite all of this strength in order to put a stop to Tunisia's real prob­lem of the day: its lack of prospects for youth.


    By on June 27, 2014

    Every new elec­tion pe­riod re­veals the ef­fec­tive bi­par­ti­san­ship that ex­ists in our coun­try, de­spite the emer­gence of a great va­ri­ety of new, short-lived par­ties. The 15-M rev­o­lu­tion meant a fun­da­men­tal shift in Span­ish cul­ture with­out know­ing, to this date, the im­me­di­ate po­lit­i­cal con­se­quences. Is a meta­mor­pho­sis in Span­ish po­lit­i­cal life to be ex­pected?

  • Liz Green, the Singer that Wanted to Lead a Normal Life

    By on June 26, 2014

    During the latest edition of the Europavox festival, I had the opportunity to talk with the singer Liz Green, and what at first I predicted would be a calm chat full of good cheer ended up becoming the most depressing interview of my life. I present to you, Liz Green, the talented and innovative singer-songwriter from Manchester that only wanted to live life like a normal person.

  • Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, The African 'Iron Lady'

    By on June 22, 2014

    Press con­fer­ences that fol­low big sum­mits have us ac­cus­tomed to promises about big pacts and enor­mous num­bers for eco­nomic co­op­er­a­tion. That's why it comes as a shock to find a woman like Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, the chair­per­son of the African Union (AU) Com­mis­sion, that is down to earth and refers to peo­ple as in­di­vid­u­als.

  • A Finger to Insult Everyone

    By on June 22, 2014

    There are times when words aren't enough. Times when a sim­ple ges­ture can sum­ma­rise a mood, whether it be joy or anger. Those mo­ments when rea­son, or it's frame­work, com­pletely van­ishes to un­leash a merry-go-round of non-ver­bal lan­guage. It is in those mo­ments when rais­ing a fin­ger, specif­i­cally the one in the mid­dle, can det­o­nate a bomb.

  • Paula Bonet: "We're Not Allowing Ourselves to Enjoy or Suffer from the Here and Now Anymore"

    By on June 21, 2014

    Halfway be­tween nos­tal­gia and op­ti­mism, blue's tran­quil­ity and red's strength trap us in the cre­ative uni­verse of Paula Bonet, the Va­len­cian il­lus­tra­tor that has found the best gallery for get­ting closer to the pub­lic is the In­ter­net. We talk with her about arm­less houses, paper prawns and her new book, writ­ten and il­lus­trated en­tirely by her.