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The early morning at Petra starts after you walk through a small gate. You already wonder why you did not arrange to stay in Jordan longer.
It may come as no surprise that Armenia ranks as the world’s #2 suffering country (after Bulgaria) in Gallup’s latest global wellbeing poll.
After a recent wave of incidents, Serbian authorities have promised draconian measures against hooligans, but seem unable to effectively tackle the problem.
On November 9th, twenty years ago, the artillery of the Bosnian Croat army destroyed the Mostar Bridge, a treasure of Ottoman architecture and one of the symbols of Bosnia and Herzegovina. People reacted on instinct to the news.
Levi's rollout of its latest sustainable apparel line, the Dockers Wellthread collection, is another step in responsible supply chain sourcing.
Georgia's interior ministry is taking the lead in fighting blasphemy, an offense category not usually a pressing concern for "European-style" governments these days.
As part of an overhaul of reproductive-health policies, Azerbaijanis facing the double whammy of low incomes and infertility may soon be entitled to state-sponsored in-vitro fertilization.
When Brazil erupted in protests earlier this year in June, many were surprised except for Brazilians exasperated with the country’s corruption and transport system.
A tribute to Milan Konjovic. The journey of the last of the fauves from Sombor to Paris and from Paris to Sombor, the splendor of the Gallery dedicated to him in his home town in Vojvodina.
The Armenian capital is throwing a birthday party today. Yerevan has turned 2,975 years-old.
A keyboard player in one of the major Macedonian punk rock bands of the 80's, Badmingtons, is now promoting a unique project and a national brand: the Macedonian Ruby. The story of Dejan Škartov, better-known in Skopje as Deko.
Thanks to the hash tag #ModelLife, Fresno has the highest per capita of models of any other place in the USA, if not the world.