Syrian
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Migrant Crisis: The New Stress Test of European Values

The European migrant crisis has been publicly debated for over a year. Actually, it is very hard to remember at what point exactly the casualties in the Mediterranean Sea stopped being treated as domestic and “extra-ordinary” news and became a European policy issue. It is of the utmost importance to keep …

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asylum
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The Journey of an Asylum Seeker in Italy.

Giovanni Papotti is an Italian Law student from the University of Turin (Italy) with a passion for  international law and human rights. He has been working on migration law for more than two years, both in academia and on the ground. Giovanni is currently working with  the Refugee Law Clinic in Torino, where …

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Lesvos
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Diary of a Volunteer in Lesvos.

Gaia Giletta is an Italian 25-year-old graduate student in Paediatric Nursing. She started doing her first volunteering experiences in high school and these eventually transformed into medical missions with the evolution of her professional formation. She went to Kenya 7 times, collaborating directly with an orphanage and with their heart …

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Lesvos
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The True Story of the Migrant Crisis in Lesvos: #NoFilter.

Gaia Giletta is an Italian 25-year-old graduate student in Paediatric Nursing. She started doing her first volunteering experiences in high school and these eventually transformed into medical missions with the evolution of her professional formation. She went to Kenya 7 times, collaborating directly with an orphanage and with their heart …

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Iranian Tomcats formation flight by Shahram Sharifi - Licensed under GNU Free Documentation License via Wikimedia Commons Iranian Tomcats formation flight by Shahram Sharifi - Licensed under GNU Free Documentation License via Wikimedia Commons
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The Iran and Saudi Arabia Rivalry

Saudi Arabia’s execution of 47 Saudi-Shias and their cleric leader, Nimr al-Nimr, has further aggravated Iran and Saudi Arabia relations. Nimr’s death is not just about the Saudi-Shia’s rights movement, but it is the Middle East’s two leading powers’ struggle for power in the region. Who was Nimr al-Nimr? Nimr Baqir al-Nimr …

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Istanbul
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ISIS and terrorism : Istanbul attack

Suicide Bomb Attack in Center of Istanbul 2016 has just started and terrorism strikes again. This time in Istanbul, Turkey, on Tuesday the 12th of January, where a suicide bomb attack killed ten people. The beauty of Istanbul ’s monuments mixes, on a quiet sunny morning around 10am local time, …

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Jessica Jones
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Jessica Jones: Broken Heroine, Broken Show

Who is Jessica Jones? Jessica Jones sets out to redefine the superhero genre. At heart, every hero rendition aims to explore what it means to be human. At least the good ones. Yet, Jessica Jones also pursues other themes. What is guilt? How to think about personal responsibility? How can …

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Calais
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Of mud, hope, and borders: inside Calais unofficial refugee camps

At the French coast, next to two ferry terminals leading to the UK, two refugee camps have been existing for years, though never officially recognised by the French authorities. Calais and Dunkerque have grown significantly in recent months, as it has been getting more and more difficult for the asylum …

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Netflix’s Making a Murderer: Guilty until Proven Innocent

A True Crime Documentary Series We all love a good courtroom drama. TV justice is always the best kind of justice and, almost always, bad guys are punished and good guys exonerated. That equation changes, however, when TV and real life intersect.Making a Murderer, a new Netflix true crime documentary …

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Reporters
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Reporters Without Borders: The Round-up of Journalists Killed Worldwide 2015

The balance of Reporters Without Borders is cruel. Yes, a strong word, how strong must be the reaction of those who imagine the job of a reporter. The non-governmental organization (RSF) reports of about 110 journalists killed in 2015, bearing in mind that two-thirds of these victims died in countries where …

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