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Mashable
Greeks talk of betrayal and revenge after harsh bailout agreement
The Greek Government agreed to new and tougher austerity measures imposed by the eurozone leaders.
Mashable
With fear of Grexit, Greeks give up meat, hide money around the house and pray for a miracle
Greeks adapt to the exhausting waiting for a new agreement with the EU.
Mashable
‘Disaster will happen’: Despair on the streets of Athens over financial crisis
The greek crisis escalated last weekend when the government decided to shut down its banks for a week, until after the national referendum on Sunday when Greek voters will decide whether to accept new austerity measures proposed by the “troika” of the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, and the European Central Bank.
Mashable
No time to unpack: The refugees in constant motion across Croatia
A struggle in transit in Croatia’s makeshift refugee camps.
Mashable
Police separate refugee families on the Croatian border
Some families have been separated on the border between Croatia and Slovenia.
Refugiados encurralados na Croácia. Já há famílias separadas
O drama dos refugiados que estão em campos improvisados nas fronteiras da Croácia com a Eslovénia e a Sérvia.
The Christian Science Monitor
Without jobs, Iberia’s youth organize – and reassess what they want
In Southern Europe, a new class of restive young workers adapts and fights against becoming a lost generation.
The Christian Science Monitor
In Europe, a fresh blow to confidence in mainstream politics
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann stepped down this week, another casualty on the continent of loyalties that have shifted amid economic stresses and concern over refugee policy.
The Christian Science Monitor
Why are young Portuguese suddenly having more babies?
Recessions usually cause couples to hold off on children. But in 2015, Portugal’s birthrate increased for the first time in five years.
The Christian Science Monitor
Without jobs, Iberia’s youth organize – and reassess what they want
In Southern Europe, a new class of restive young workers adapts and fights against becoming a lost generation.
The Christian Science Monitor
In Europe, a fresh blow to confidence in mainstream politics
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann stepped down this week, another casualty on the continent of loyalties that have shifted amid economic stresses and concern over refugee policy.
The Christian Science Monitor
What happens to a country without a government? Take a look at Spain
The country’s bureaucracy continues to trundle on, but the deadlock exposes political and economic risks that could have long-term effects – both positive and negative.
Notícias Magazine
No país onde as mães têm medo de engravidar
El Salvador tem uma das leis do aborto mais restritas do mundo e algumas mulheres chegam a ser condenadas a 40 anos de prisão por sofrerem abortos espontâneos. Em nome da proteção da família e dos filhos que estão por nascer, esta lei deixa famílias desprotegidas e filhos sem mãe.
Expresso
Em busca da terra prometida
Donald Trump interrompeu a diplomacia norte-americana face ao conflito no Médio Oriente quando optou por não insistir na solução dos dois Estados. Mas em Israel e nos territórios ocupados da Palestina há quem já há muito pense numa outra alternativa. Em duas sociedades altamente divididas de que se fala quando se fala num Estado só?
Notícias Magazine
Os portugueses no Reino Unido, o Brexit e a dúvida: devo ficar ou devo partir?
Incapazes de prever as consequências de um Reino Unido fora da União Europeia, os portugueses em Londres fazem apostas. Há quem preste fidelidade à rainha, aprenda a cantar o hino e ganhe uma nova nacionalidade. E há quem não goste dos valores que o brexit revelou e prefira deixar o país que os acolheu.