Things are finally ready. Our reportage project Beyond the Curtain is going into its final phase. Starting today, our five binational reporter teams will go out looking one last time for new stories between East and West.
The situation in Europe is critical, putting in jeopardy also the democratic values of the state union. Many Europeans call for more participation in politics. But lacking transparency lets the gap between political administration and population grow steadily.
The young Frosina Doninovska from Skopje, Macedonia had a chance to be entitled a Youth Reconciliation Ambassador after participating on a unique gathering of 20 young enthusiasts from Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.
The enthusiastic 19-year old Stanislav Slavev from Bulgaria is part of a team who have created a revolutionary device. BLITAB is the name of their product, a special tablet computer that will help blind and visually impaired people worldwide to benefit from the newest technologies be part of the modern social community.
It has been awhile since this position has been vacant, and we are looking for one young, energetic and creative native English speaker to fill it. Apply, if you think you have what it takes.
By attacking Charlie, they were targeting freedom of the press and freedom of expression.
How does a native New Yorker end up in a small-town in eastern Europe? Meet Casey Angelova, the American culinary expert who raises cherries, asparagus and three children in rural Bulgaria.
What is the situation in Catalonia after the Independence referendum on November 9th? How people are living this situation?
Austria would like to expropriate Hitler's home in Branau because it is afraid of “nazi pilgrimage”. Dictator's list is very long: how do their cities (and their countries) deal with it?
A bunch of German journalists from major media titles and with migration background go on German tour with their "hatepoetry".