Ennio Morricone passed away at the age of 91. We remember the life and works of one of the most important soundtrack composers of the 20th century.
Much uncertainty remains in the transition period. Here’s what EU citizens living in the UK, and vice versa, should know about and expect from Brexit.
We must decide: in a post-Covid world, will we put emphasis on sustainability to achieve a green recovery or dust ourselves off and continue as before?
Humanity has not yet failed. Greta Thunberg is back with a podcast
Greta Thunberg asks leaders to do more for our climate in a podcast written during lockdown: the pandemic has taught us how to face a global emergency, she says.
Black Lives Matter’s Trahern Crews shines a light on Minneapolis and racism
Black Lives Matter spokesperson Trahern Crews tells us about Minneapolis, the US city that has become a symbol of racism, police brutality and inequality.
Indigenous Chief Allan Adam beaten and arrested in Canada
A video shows the violent arrest of indigenous Chief Allan Adam, who was beaten by two Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers.
Venezuelan refugees caught between coronavirus and the desire to return home
Venezuelan refugees are vulnerable to the worsening outbreak in South America: while coronavirus doesn’t discriminate, it does affect some people more than others.
We are Earth, we are nature. Patenting biodiversity means stealing the nature of life
The patenting and piracy of biodiversity and nature is a violation of spiritual, ecological, biodiversity and human rights laws.