RefAid, the free app created to help refugees
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RefAid, the free app created to help refugees

A private British company, Trellyz, devised a free app that helps refugees find the services they need through geolocation: Refugee Aid App or RefAid. Continue reading

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Costas Lapavitsas writing on The Guardian about Greece hopes and plans for a new Europe

A spark of hope for the whole Europe: “The Syriza government is inexperienced, but it would be a mistake to think of it as a group of agitators picking fights with all and sundry. What it is actually doing is applying the “line” – in old-fashioned leftwing terms – by which it won power. To … Continue reading

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The Telegraph’s David Blair reporting Stoltenberg’s worries about Russian warplanes

Provided that The Telegraph is clearly biased and that’s blatant in the wording and in the lexical choices of the article (it’s definitely NOT my favourite newspaper), it made me think of my long standing question about Russian marginalisation and isolation. As I said elsewhere, squabbling with Russia in a revival of the Cold War … Continue reading