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Speaking the British way: with or without a sense of humour December 15, 2014 04:29

Speaking the British way: with or without a sense of humour

Irony and sarcasm form the bases of British humour along with those sentences whose intended meanings are far from what they might appear   [...]
 
Paranoia on the rise in modern society December 15, 2014 02:52

Paranoia on the rise in modern society

Paranoia is “a fear of family and close friends”. It means being afraid of… everything. In the United Kingdom, one in three people suffer [...]
 
In Ipswich, churches aren’t just for mass December 15, 2014 02:00

In Ipswich, churches aren’t just for mass

They say that it is an English city with many churches but few church-goers. For this reason, the Anglican Church is struggling to maintain [...]
 
 
‘Travel the world in your own city’, a way to redefine multiculturalism December 14, 2014 03:48

‘Travel the world in your own city’, a way to redefine multiculturalism

Multiculturalism. A word we hear every day. We all know that we live in multicultural cities such as London. We hear stats bandied about [...]
 
Companies grow rich on the misery of others in Uganda December 14, 2014 02:42

Companies grow rich on the misery of others in Uganda

It is a fact of the globalised world: companies want to use oil to get rich at the expense of these regions. The Africans [...]
 
Climate Summit in Peru December 1, 2014 00:54

Climate Summit in Peru

From 3rd to 13th of December in Lima, the capital of Peru, the Climate Summit will take place to protest for the protection of [...]
 
 
Damascus: in the midst of walls, jasmine and mosques December 1, 2014 00:24

Damascus: in the midst of walls, jasmine and mosques

Come in, come in, says a man at the entrance to his handicrafts shop, while all around him there is the hustle and bustle [...]
 
United to save the ecosystem November 30, 2014 21:00

United to save the ecosystem

From 3rd – 13th December, Peru’s Climate Summit will bring activists together to call for greater protection of the natural world.   Organised by [...]
 
Adolescents, living with or dying from depression November 23, 2014 19:16

Adolescents, living with or dying from depression

  Depression is an emotional disorder where pessimistic thoughts and sadness predominate. During adolescence, which is a normal but long period of time, very [...]
 
 
Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim November 17, 2014 01:31

Indigenous Victoriano: the Panama Canal’s first victim

Aby Martínez and his son René, who trained at the San Antonio de los Baños Film School in Cuba, spent a decade working on [...]
 
Squatters in London November 17, 2014 01:29

Squatters in London

About 40% of homeless people have squatted throughout their life. They are part of a movement, a philosophy and a necessity.   Virginia Moreno [...]
 
Being bipolar: living on an emotional roller-coaster November 17, 2014 01:10

Being bipolar: living on an emotional roller-coaster

It is a psychological disturbance characterised by recurring periods of psychic elation known as mania which alternate with periods of depression   José A. [...]
 
 
We are ‘Cyborgs’, soon to be a reality November 16, 2014 21:19

We are ‘Cyborgs’, soon to be a reality

Technology, which already forms an essential part of our lives, has taken another step forward, and in the not too distant future could also [...]
 
Journey into the ‘Tamale’ November 16, 2014 09:22

Journey into the ‘Tamale’

In Costa Rica the festivals (above all the Christmas ones) have always inevitably included this unique Indian food. And the same happens in other [...]
 
“Survival of the fittest” is coming to London November 16, 2014 00:26

“Survival of the fittest” is coming to London

For the first time, this ten kilometre marathon will take place in London. In this event, different obstacles have to be overcome in order [...]
 
 
 

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