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What will we do with our Mondays?

in Opinion/Refugees
Without LEGIDA, what will we do on Mondays?

After we cheer our new found peace, we can think about what’s next.

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Curators in South Korea: Babi Badalov

in Arts/Politics/Society
Babi Badalov Car-Pet-Alism

Fighting the good fight: the multicultural future of humanity.

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Farzad Kohan: Migration Stories

in Arts/Glocal/Philosophies
Farzad Kohan: Migration Stories, photo care of Ayyam Gallery, Dubai

Farzad says the reason we move is we no longer feel comfortable where we are.

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Saxony: the deadly cost of missed communication

in Opinion/Politics
Photo via Visualhunt.com

The unwillingness to keep a translator nearby and not providing linguistic support for callers reporting a crime (or a criminal’s whereabouts) demonstrate a lack of commitment to tackling the complex demands of living in a globalised city.

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How do we tackle online hate speech?

in Opinion/Society

A disturbing picture is emerging, of a government forced to resort to censorship – and related arrests – in the face of fear.

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When a terrorism suspect sleeps over

in Community/Politics/Society
Paunsdorf, Leipzig neighborhood where terrorism suspect was caught on Oct. 9. Photo by Ana Ribeiro.
Paunsdorf, Leipzig neighborhood where terrorism suspect was caught on Oct. 9. Photo by Ana Ribeiro.

We went by the house of the Syrians who caught the terrorism suspect in Paunsdorf, but left with more questions than answers.

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