Category : Updates

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

Back in the USSR – again

At 44, Belarusian writer Viktar Martinovič has already ‘lived three lives’: a Pioneer shortly earlier than the fall of the united states, a successful Belarusian writer after his country's independence, and at present a dissident. Because the u...

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

2021 as seen by Tom

2021 was nothing if not intense: the return of Covid-19, natural catastrophes, social unrest, COP26 in Glasgow… Voxeurop invitations you on a comic tour with Tom Janssen, gathering some of his greatest drawings of the previous yr.

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

Dead end Sarajevo

As getting into the European union in Croatia has turn into harder and dangerous, migrants who have arrived in Bosnia find themselves stranded. Having exhausted their assets and with the Bosnian government stopping NGOs from aiding them, they surviv...

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

A turning point for illiberalism in Europe?

Whereas we will anticipate pretty much more of the identical as in 2021 almost about the pandemic, the upcoming round of elections may depart Poland as the only remaining EU country ruled by right-wing populists, says skilled Cas Mudde.

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

RANKED: The best hospitals in Spain

Listed here are the ten greatest hospitals in Spain, including public and private institutions, based on a new research which ranks one of the best health centres within the country based mostly on health staff' opinions.

by Prague Examiner - 4 months ago

Spain approves record 2022 budget

Spain's fragmented parliament gave remaining approval Tuesday to the most important price range in the nation's history, with billions of euros from EU's large Covid-19 restoration fund.