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10 December 2020
The Belarusian Inquisition
“I was beaten only once. Probably it was my fault – I was rude to the officer,” 20-year-old Yulia said.…
28 November 2020
The Revolution Will Be Advertised
Until a few years ago the question of whether Belarusian brands might take advantage of political events in their advertising…
28 November 2020
How AI will affect workforce and money making
AI-trained robots work in real estate brokerage in the U.S. They may offer virtual reality tours or answer buyer’s questions…
28 November 2020
Mapping biodiversity, bees and smells
Mumbai, a metropolis of 20 million inhabitants, just got its first biodiversity map. The Indian cartoonist, Rohan Chakravarty, created the…
28 November 2020
Archeological discoveries in Egypt, Italy and Greece
Archeologists in Egypt found over 100 painted coffins in a necropolis of Saqqara, around 30 kilometers south of Cairo. They…
26 November 2020
Grannies Against the Right
Since 2017 the organization of Grannies Against the Right is fighting right-wing extremism and xenophobia in Austria. Following their motto:…
21 November 2020
“I’m going out.” A courtyard where change is born
The protests, which began in Belarus immediately after the announcement of the presidential elections’ results, have not stopped for several…
13 November 2020
Green companies during crisis and troubles of Russian wine farmers
It pays off to be “green”. The companies more engaged in the ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance) initiatives are…
13 November 2020
World’s highest minimum wage and the unprecedented taxation in Oman
The canton of Geneva in Switzerland introduced the world’s highest minimum wage. It now stands at around 25 USD per…
13 November 2020
Bribe for child delivery and the dangers of being a woman vaccinator
Pregnant women in Zimbabwe are forced to pay bribes to healthcare workers to be offered help in childbirth. The whole…
9 November 2020
Mass testing for coronavirus in Slovakia
6 November 2020
Robots building houses and the architecture inspired by sponges
The structure of the deep-sea sponge skeletons could inspire the technology for stronger and more durable architecture, like buckle resistant…

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