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Europe And Immigration, An Honest Proposal From Italy


Worldcrunch.com / LA STAMPA  â€‹-Analysis- TURIN — Thousands of people — calling them people, i.e. men, women and children, is the first step — have died in the Strait of Sicily since 2010.

Eurovision Contestants 2015: Georgia


Photo: Eurovision Song Contest Nina Sublatti, Georgia’s entry for this years’ Eurovision Song Contest, wrote the song she will perform, “Warrior”, in just three hours in the middle of the night.

FULL MOON IN TAURUS - April 20-26


  (March 21 to April 19) This New Moon encourages professional initiatives. For those working on their own or in the communications sector, from Monday it will already be possible to make new contacts or small movements that will prove useful to your business.

Migrant Tragedy Aftershock, South Africa Arrests, Kim Climbs


EMERGENCY EU SUMMIT AFTER MIGRANT TRAGEDY European Union leaders are holding an emergency summit in Luxembourg to discuss a common response to the ongoing migrant crisis.

World Front Pages After Migrant Tragedy


Worldcrunch.com / WORLDCRUNCH Newspapers around the world featured the tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea on the front pages of their Monday edition, after as many as 700 migrants reportedly died when their boat capsized.

Extra! Mediterranean Tragedy Seen From Italy


La Repubblica, April 20, 2015 The Migrant Apocalypse. Rome-based daily La Repubblica, like other newspapers around Italy and the world, featured the deadly accident in the Mediterranean Sea on the front page of its Monday edition.

Don't Ask If I'm A Feminist, Ask Why Women Earn 22% Less


Worldcrunch.com / DIE WELT -OpEd- BERLIN — Yes, I am a feminist. Please forgive my yawn as I say so, but I really can’t listen to it anymore.

April 20

In Birmingham, High-Tech Hub Rises From British Industrial Rust


Worldcrunch.com / LES ECHOS BIRMINGHAM — "History in the making."  Signs with those words are nailed on numerous construction sites in the center of Birmingham to remind passersby that a new chapter in Britain's second-largest city is being written right in front of their eyes.

In Birmingham UK, High-Tech Hub Rises From Industrial Rust


Worldcrunch.com / LES ECHOS BIRMINGHAM — "History in the making."  Signs with those words are nailed on numerous construction sites in the center of Birmingham to remind passersby that a new chapter in Britain's second-largest city is being written right in front of their eyes.

Under Their Feet: A Filipino Village Taps Geothermal Energy


Worldcrunch.com / PortalKBR MONTELAGO — This village rests on the coast of Mindoro’s Lake Naujan, whose waters are the main source of food and livelihood for its 1,900 residents.  Montelago is connected to the island’s power grid, but just barely.

April 19

Disconnection Effect, Paradoxes Of Our Social Network World


Worldcrunch.com / EL ESPECTADOR -OpEd- BOGOTA — Once upon a time our cities had physical spaces and institutions that allowed people of different social groups to mix and interact, at least to a degree.

April 18

Game Of Thrones, The Global Battle To Host The Set


Worldcrunch.com / LE MONDE REYKJAVIK — “Welcome to the Bloody Gate ...” The solemn announcement is made by Asthor Agustsson, a local tour guide who could easily pass for a Viking warrior.

Can Startups Change The World? A French Alternative To Silicon Valley


Worldcrunch.com / L'OBS PARIS — It was a funny tribe that got together one late March afternoon at the “Archipel.” In the nave of this former convent in the French capital, more than 200 people who previously knew each other only through Facebook messages finally met up IRL, “in real life.” They call themselves the “Barbarians,” an odd nickname that can make them sound aggressive, even violent.

Eurovision Contestants 2015: France

Photo: Eurovision Song Contest France hasn't won the Eurovision Song Contest since 1977,when Marie Myriam moved the audience with her song “L’enfant et l’Oiseau”.

Yemen Chaos, Remembering Germanwings, Chewie's Home


AL-QAEDA GAINS AMID YEMEN CHAOS Airstrikes from the Saudi-led coalition against Yemen’s Houthi rebels have “indirectly helped empower al-Qaeda in ways the group had not enjoyed before” because the focus elsewhere leaves them “unopposed,” The New York Times writes.

The Unstoppable Art Market: Is A Billion-Dollar Painting On Its Way?


Worldcrunch.com / LE TEMPS GENEVA — Gauguin must be rolling over in his grave. The French painter, who fought all his life to be able to live off his work and ended up destitute and depressed, would be stunned to hear that just over 100 years after his death, his painting Nafea Faa Ipoipo (Tahitian for “When Will You Marry?

Extra! TIME Magazine Unveils 100 Most Influential People


TIME Magazine, April 17, 2015 TIME Magazine revealed, as it does every year, its list of the 100 most influential people in the world, with five different covers.


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