• Fifteen Glimpses of Berlin

    Por En 29 de Julio de 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.


    Por En 19 de Julio de 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              

    Por En 30 de Junio de 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.


    Por En 27 de Junio de 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

    Por En 26 de Junio de 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'

    Por En 22 de Junio de 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

    Por En 22 de Junio de 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"

    Por En 21 de Junio de 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.