Day: April 11, 2018

Bearing the Brunt of Civilisation

11th April 2018

This is Mashutka, a brown bear from the Four Paws Domazhyr Sanctuary. Photo: April McLennan.   The brown bears of Ukraine have been the victims of abuse for numerous years. But with the country turning their back on Russia and moving towards the European Union, their future is beginning to look more bright.  Mashutka paces back and forth in her spacious enclosure, […]

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Ukrainian government fails youth

11th April 2018

Students supporting the Euromaidan, with demands of European values in Ukraine, specifically educational. Photo: Commons With the current government reigning in Ukraine, students are feeling hopeless and uninspired. The political climate is harsh and one of the more specific examples of this is the way in which education is impacted “When we are talking about […]

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Sexual war crimes: the memory that keeps haunting Kosovar victims

11th April 2018

Photo: Pixabay Nearly two decades have passed since the war, but thousands of woman are still labelled and isolated. “My cousin was only 17 when she was raped,” says Linda –who’s real name is concealed to protect the identity of her cousin– as she remembers the story that left a mark in her family. “Ten […]

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The future of Gibraltar is on the line

11th April 2018

While it is still uncertain what affect Brexit will have on the border between the British territory of Gibraltar and Spain, 8,000 commuters continue to cross the border each day to work in the British territory. Photo: Jesper Gynther Euroviews has talked with two Spaniards and a Gibraltarian – who all work in Gibraltar and […]

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