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June 2017 - page 3

Media repression series: Ukraine calling

in Politics/Society
Yevhen Hershov writes about media repression in Ukraine in the 2010s; published as part of a LeipGlo series on the theme.
Yevhen Hershov writes about media repression in Ukraine in the 2010s; published as part of a LeipGlo series on the theme.

How much has Ukraine really changed after Euromaidan? We hear from a young Ukrainian studying media, society and international relations at Leipzig and Wroclaw universities.

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WGT and Stadtfest become fast friends

in My Leipzig/What's on

In a time when everything seems increasingly polarised, this weekend Leipzigers and visitors from all over the world came together to celebrate life.

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Stellenbosch’s fortified mental juice

in Society/Travel
Stellenbosch has been a fascinating place to spend a study period - for both its pretty and ugly bits. And of course, for the wine.
Stellenbosch has been a fascinating place to spend a study period - for both its pretty and ugly bits. And of course, for the wine.

Did they put something in my wine? Cuz words are just pouring out of me.

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How to eat your way through Rome

in Food/Travel
An American foodie's favorite stops during her delicious tour through Rome, Italy.
An American foodie's favorite stops during her delicious tour through Rome, Italy.

Italy is obviously known for its amazing food, and Rome is no exception. But what exactly should you eat, and where should you get it??

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The touristy and the macabre in Key West

in History/Travel
Sunset in Key West.
Sunset in Key West.

A city of alcoholic sippy cups and doll houses, ruled by a scary doll, Hemingway and hurricanes.

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