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Live Blog European Elections 23-26 May

Follow the stories of our reporters from four European cities

Features

Orbán’s FIDESZ remains the largest represented Hungarian party in the EP

Written by Chirine Aboussaad and Charisa Chotoe For many years now Hungarian politics is being led by Orbán’s FIDESZ party ...
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No place for the modern feminist in traditional Slovakia

By Romy Caverlé and Marijn Butter For many years now, women rights are a big issue in Slovakia. Women in ...
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“You can’t make a choice for another person”

Written by Chirine Aboussaad and Charisa Chotoe  ZAGREB, 25 May 2019 – On Saturday 25 May, Election Silence Day, Zagreb ...
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Interviews

Freedom in Bratislava

By Fleur Withagen Freedom is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or ...
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Why Budapest is the place to study

By Maxim Etty & Dave Lantinga Cheap housing, a vibrant urban environment, different cultures, prominent buildings, underground bars and a ...
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Air pollution in Hungary

by Naomi de Ridder, Dyonne Onyema and Diogo Baptista Clean Air Action Group tries to create awareness towards air pollution ...
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World

Freedom in Bratislava

By Fleur Withagen Freedom is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or ...
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Streetart in Budapest

By Fleur Withagen Budapest, already known for its bohemian atmosphere, electric nightlife, tasty cuisine and laidback cafe culture attitude, is ...
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Orbán’s FIDESZ remains the largest represented Hungarian party in the EP

Written by Chirine Aboussaad and Charisa Chotoe For many years now Hungarian politics is being led by Orbán’s FIDESZ party ...
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Amsterdam

“Moving here created a huge sense of independence”

Written by Lindsey Maycock Every year many students all around the world leave the comforts of their home country to study ...
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Climate justice, NOW!

Written by Chirine Aboussaad ­Climate change is a hot topic. The people of The Netherlands came together in Amsterdam to ...
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The iron triangle

A piece by Maxim Etty, Dave Lantinga and Diogo Baptista Alongside the peaceful, slow floating waters of Amsterdam’s canals, we ...
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Opening free programming school

By: Dalla Coulibaly and Babette Res This week Codam has opened it’s doors. Codam is a free school where you ...
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Overtourism In Amsterdam

The center of Amsterdam is turning into a Disneyland. Streets and canals are filled with tens of thousands of tourists all ...
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Opinion

‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ Review: A Thrilling Illusion

Written by Chirine Aboussaad, 14 May 2019 | THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD | DIRECTED BY: PETER JACKSON | RUN ...
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With jelly or without?

Making choices has never been more difficult Written by Melanie Schlemmer Our grandparents and parents fought for big, social revolutions ...
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“Oh my god, I love your top!” – Becoming a compliment monster

By: Laura Hornberger During my exchange program in Amsterdam, I suddenly became a compliment maker. I found myself complimenting my ...
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