Porn video streaming platform Pornhub has published its annual report of visitor statistics, laying bare the sexual fantasies of internet users across Europe. Here are the hard facts.
At first glance, Yuri’s life is unextraordinary. He’s been living in Moscow for five years, has a profile on CouchSurfing, and welcomes tourists into his home every now and then. His home, however, is a little unusual; not least because it’s several metres underground.
These days it's hard to ignore civic tech - a collective term for the startups and platforms that seek to provide solutions to social, economic and political problems. In Paris, Liberté Living-Lab is looking to support a new sort of startup.
In light of recent events, the division of a potentially utopist Europe seems more possible than ever. Thanks to new research, though, we have found a way to lift your spirits. Presenting our selection of the best of the New Europe 100: a group of individuals in Central and Eastern Europe that are going to change the world.
The Dark Web is strange to many, often labeled as a cesspool of criminals thanks to stories like Silk Road, the online marketplace for illegal drugs. But there is a lighter side to this shadowy part of the Internet.
The world turns and we turn with it. Sometimes we may feel as though we're on a treadmill, running too fast to jump off. So just how does Generation Y free itself from the shackles of everyday life and its associated stresses? We spoke to three people who make very different uses of their free time.
Cafébabel is 15 years old! When we sat down to discuss how best to celebrate this glorious event, we weren't short of ideas. An interview with Queen Elizabeth II on the subject of Brexit? A rooftop party at European Parliament? An #EUtoo report beamed down from the moon? We finally settled on the magic of film! Here it is, made especially for Babelians everywhere: our anniversary video.
"It's important that you take to the streets. Young people need to spread outside of their circle of friends and acknowledge that they are part of a collective that ignores its own existence." The second part of our interview with Christophe Nick, the co-founder of the operation aimed at passing the mic to Europe’s youth.
Most people only spend an hour or two in Tokyo's cyber-cafés. It's one thing to spend a sleepless night in front of a screen, and another to spend your whole life bathed in an electric glow. Masata and Hitomi live in a four square metre cubicle. For them, despite sleeping on the floor, the Manboo café is home. The latest documentary from our partners at 99.media.