Spending £200 on one day in Liverpool could sound outrageously expensive. But for Martin, a 20 years old Argentine studying in London, it’s worth it. As a fan of The Beatles he would’ve missed anything for the inescapable Liverpool Beatles’ tour, which allows himself to plunge in the universe of these iconic singers. Travelling, socials, or dinners, young people are looking for experiences, sometimes at … Continue reading Spend, Spend, Spend, The Young do not save anymore!
Two weeks ago, Syria’s city Khan Shaykhun was hit by a chemical weapon resulting in more than 80 casualties. A few hours after the attack, Western countries without evidence, alleged that the attack was carried out by Bashar al-Assad’s government. Continue reading Chemical Attack in Syria: the subjectivity of Russian and American media coverage
Extremism organizations offer a new life opportunity for women and girls who can’t identify themselves in western societies. The rejection and the cultural integration failure of the Islamic community by the west, became a powerful argument for the Islamic State (ISIS) or other extremist organizations, to enhance their recruitment. Continue reading The changing role of women in extremism
Accused of human rights violation, opposition to democracy and rejection of free trades laws, the four founder members of the Mercosur agreement, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, request the expulsion of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela from the block. Continue reading The Venezuela, more isolated than ever
The miseducation on Islam in western societies is strongly embedded and Malika Seriba Coulibaly, a young Nigerian living in London, has breached those misinterpretations, created on a religion the west seems doesn’t understand. Continue reading Malika Story: The miseducation of the West regarding Islam
From a Victoria gothic style, the massive and toweringly high structure of the Royal Court of Justice, reminds to any judges, lawyers, tourist or visitors, the nobility and power of one of the largest court of Europe. Continue reading Typical day to the Royal Court of Justice
Comme beaucoup d’entre vous l’ont appris à l’école, le drapeau tricolore serait apparu en 1789 symbole de la Révolution française ! Si l’information n’est pas fausse, elle n’est cependant pas tout à fait vraie. Continue reading Le Drapeau Français à 223 ans